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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Hunn
? (1983)
French Defense: Alapin Gambit (C00)  ·  1-0

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Apr-19-05  InspiredByMorphy: If the pawn sacs arent enough there aree two wonderful sacs within two moves of each other 14.Bxg2! and 16.Ndxe6+! Bravo Diemer.
Apr-19-05  Shams: I thought the point of Nd2, when transposing from French to BDG, was that you could meet ...Bb4 with c3. So shouldn't black meet 5.c4 with ...Bb4? Play might continue:

6.f3 exf3
7.Nxf3 0-0
8.Bd3 c5
9.0-0 Nc6

and I don't see that white has enough for the pawn.

Apr-19-05  aw1988: This was what John was called before he slipped into recluse and later became "Nunn".
Jul-14-05  Greginctw: "two wonderful sacs within two moves of each other 14.Bxg2! and 16.Ndxe6+! "

they are both unsound sacrifices that white does not get sufficient compensation. 17...Kf7 has white down two pieces with very little attack to speak of. Maybe diemer knew his opponent would screw up though.

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