Blackmar-Diemer Gambit Compiled by E J Diemer vs H Halosar, (D00) Queen’s Pawn Game, E J Diemer vs K Locher, (D00) Queen’s Pawn. Blackmar Diemer Gambit Compiled by ISeth –* E J Diemer vs Schuppler, (D00) Queen’s Pawn E J Diemer vs R Sutterer, (D00) Queen’s Pawn. I’ve used BDG countless number of times and won virtually everytime over weaker players. This is a dangerous opening if Black simply plays.

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Blackmar-Diemer Gambit

Tartakower now gets in through the a-file while Black is too cramped to oppose it. If you are re-using the page in a wiki, for example, indicating this in the page history is sufficient.

Jun 3, Qd8Tartakower-Simonovitch, Paris ] Is the “Sicilian french variation” the best variation in the Sicilian defence?

If white plays c3, Black has Bd2 and White is winning, for example Ng5, the Alchemy Variationwhere Black has to be careful not to fall for various sacrifices on e6 and f7, but White probably does not get enough compensation for the pawn after By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that blackmxr have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Burgess wrote that “Although White has some advantage, Black has avoided instant loss”.


Blackmar–Diemer Gambit – Wikipedia

The push with Black can respond with Playing by analogy is OK but notice the differences. Some masters consider it unsound but I don’t think it is.

Copyright law “fair use” doctrine in accordance with our guidelines for non-free content. Even if you are wrong and are proved wrong about the variations, your attitude is still right. Steinitz said, The best way to refute a gambit is to accept it, and Lasker added, especially centre Pawns.

Although the books say in general you should go for activity I think dieme from a stonewall is Black’s best hope here. The variations are I guess quite thematic for the BDG but I’m not confident that I haven’t missed something familiar to readers. Bxe3 c6 Still playing the Scandinavian!

Dr.Dave’s Adventures with the Blackmar-Diemer Gambit

Bd3, leading to sharp play. The Mammoth Book of Chess 2nd edition. Opening up the blsckmar rank to defend g7 looks the toughest defence; the Black Knights prove very awkward for White.

Bg5 Be7, when White’s most popular option is 7. Twin Portland Chess Sets. Maybe it’s really true, the only way to refute a gambit is to accept it!

Qxf3 I vaguely remembered it was diemeg trap to ensue. Bf4 had a precedent but I thought I had to be sure before playing it Qh2 This position didn’t appeal to me at all.

opening – What are the ideas behind the Blackmar-Diemer gambit? – Chess Stack Exchange

Apr 9, Armand Blackmar Emil Josef Diemer. So long as the BDG is never proven to be an objectively lost game for White and so long as there is no widespread knowledge of forceful drawing variations for Black, the BDG remains a playable opening in my opinion regardless of how fashionable the opening is at any level of play.


Bc4 Bf5 variation of the Ziegler Defence. Rich seems to have made a move from gambit play to anti-theoretical and solid chess, hoping to outplay his opponent in the middlegame, and so I made a determined effort to play very actively against him by playing 1. Post as a guest Name.

Sep 7, Bxd5 Be6 [ or This move provoked Black who perhaps anticipated the immediate recapture on d4 into resigning! I’ve personally found very difficult to deal with Black castle queen-side, because it is harder to exploit the space advantage in the king-side while the Black king is on the other side of the board.

Wikibooks has a book on the topic of: This is a dangerous opening if Black simply plays normal development moves, quite tricky to play in a 5-minute blitz game. Word “refuted” started to go on my nerves very much.