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Rasmus Pape vs Peter Leisebein
DEN-GER corr (1992) (correspondence), Denmark
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Bogoljubow Variation. Studier Attack (D00)  ·  1-0



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Feb-10-10  whiteshark: <21.Rg1!> was a strong alternative. Now 22.Nh4 becomes a real threat, e.g. <21...Qf6 22.Nh4 Qg7 23.Qxg6 Qxg6 24.Nxg6 >

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Feb-10-10  whiteshark: Black missed <22...Ne5> a strong resource. After <23.Nxg6 Qxg6 24.Qh3 Nxc4> the outcome is far from certain.

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White is going to win black's queen, but after <25.Rg1 Rad8 26.Nf3 Rd6 27. Rxg6+ Rxg6> black owns a small material surplus and the white King on h1 could maybe heckled by the rooks.

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  louispaulsen88888888: Nice game. This is why I just play 2...e6. The downside is you have to learn the French!
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  perfidious: No downside in learning the French at all; it is a solid defence with a fine pedigree.
Aug-30-18  whiteshark: There's nothing wrong in accepting the gambit, if you have a solid defence at hand, whereof/while the <Bogoljubow Defence> is a sharp/combative one.
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  louispaulsen88888888: I was just referring to the time involved.

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