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Emil Joseph Diemer vs Klaus Locher
Lindau m (1948)
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Vienna Variation (D00)  ·  1-0



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Nov-01-06  Granite: So much pressure is built on f7 in this game. A very nice example of the opening of the day.
Feb-25-10  mysql: What's wrong with 15. ... fxe6?
May-15-10  sneaky pete: <mysql> 15... fxe6 16.Rxe6 Rxf3 17.Re8#
Dec-11-10  zdigyigy: what a crush
Oct-18-12  mikelmm: what if 15... fxe6 16.Rxe6 Bf7 ???
Oct-18-12  shivasuri4: <mikelmm>, if 15...fxe6, white would perhaps play 16.Bxe6+, winning the black queen for two minor pieces after 16...Bf7 (not Kh8, 17.Qxf8+ Bxf8 18.Rxf8#) 17.Bxd7 Nxd7.
Oct-19-12  nikromos: Doesn't Black hold after 15 . . .fxe6 16 Bxe6 Qxe6?
Oct-19-12  shivasuri4: <nikromos>, you are right, my line's wrong. The correct line would perhaps be 15...fxe6 16.Rxe6 Bf7 17.Rxd6, when white wins at least a piece.
Oct-19-12  master of defence: <shivasuri4> How white wins after 17...Qxd6 18.Bxf7+ Kh8?
Oct-20-12  shivasuri4: <master of defence>, darn, i miscounted. I have no idea, I'll admit.
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