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Emil Joseph Diemer vs NN
? (1979)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Lemberger Countergambit. Simple Variation (D00)  ·  1-0



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Dec-19-03  Cerebrate2006: Heh wow, beuatiful ending
Oct-26-04  Apocalypse79: Good example ! poor NN..
Mar-05-05  mymt: might be worth a collection that Q-N occurs as athreat in Greenfield v J Polgar and as traps in the Budapest Defence and the 4 Knights English there are most likely other examples
Nov-06-05  DeepBlade: Emil Joseph Diemer, one of the few thinking attackers on this planet. Just look at this game E J Diemer vs Holozar, 1934, you can see who plays White, the one and only E J Diemer.
Nov-27-05  Chopin: I would like to remain anonymous after this game; NN played badly.
Jan-14-06  DeepBlade: <Chopin> I agree, the 7.Qe2 move was very obvious, its very common in such discovered Q+N mate traps.

The move 7. ...Bxc4?? actualy opens the file, thus passing the ball right in White's foot.

Jan-27-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: Games such as this prove that the Knight is more powerful than a Bishop in the opening of the game.Not mention its lethal forking potential.
Feb-04-06  DeepBlade: <Tim> I agree

The Knight does not move ''orthodox'', to put it like that. It changes from light to dark square, it cant move to the same coloured sqare, and it can attack 8 different squares at the same time. Another nice feature is, when it gives check you cant interpose a piece, making it a perfect tool to excecute forks. Knights like to move while threatning something ;)

Feb-05-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: Great perception of the knight and its power.
Feb-05-06  DeepBlade: Both pieces ♕ and ♘ are attacked, but the double check (mate) nullifies the threats.
Feb-06-06  MorphyMatt: Reminds me of A Meek vs NN, 1855
Feb-09-06  DeepBlade: Thanks for the link <MorpyMatt>!

I never really want to pull of this trick, because its too obvious in my opinion.

Feb-19-06  MorphyMatt: Great trap BTW
Aug-11-06  Chess Lou Zer: Still another incredible game! I thought Morphy's games made your mouth hit the floor until I found this guy.
Nov-30-06  Rubenus: <Chess Lou Zer> I thought like you when I found Diemer's games, but his opponents were very weak. Morphy defeated Anderssen, Paulsen enz. so he was much better.
Jul-10-08  Nullifidian: I had a game recently which went almost entirely like this, save for the fact that I had left two minor pieces en prise, and my opponent went for the knight.

It just goes to show that greed doesn't pay.

Apr-23-09  WhiteRook48: Diemer plays fantastic against these crazy players
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  OBIT: NOBODY could take down a class Z player like Diemer...
Mar-15-10  markwell: Cmon, guys. This has all the attributes of a made up game. NN is too weak for words.
Oct-10-17  posoo: in DIS game da NN stands for "NOT da NUTSOY!"
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  sea7kenp: Double your Pleasure, Double your Check!

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