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Blackmar Diemer Gambit

81 Seiten, kartoniert, Chess Enterprises, 1986.

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This is a book for the chess player who likes to attack from the first move. In these pages you will find exciting, tactical chess. The advocates of the Blackmar-Diemer gambit are a worldwide band of devoted supporters of the attacking concept. You won't find the BDG played in top level Grandmaster matches, but for the club or correspondence player it remains a solid choice for fund and challenge!

Why should you play an opening which is not part of the repertoire of any grandmaster playing today? This is a question which you might want to have answered before you start to play the Blackmar-Diemer Gambit. The fact is, the BOG can help you play better chess by teaching you the art of attack. Naturally you will not succeed in unleashing a brilliant combination every time you play the BDG, but the positions which arise will give you many open lines and a large number of attacking options.

The Blackmar-Diemer is a true gambit. You give up a pawn without any real hope of regaining it. It is not completely sound against best defensive middlegame play. But this should not deter you from playing it frequently, even against strong opposition. The value of the opening lies in its tactical nature. As you learn more and more about the art of attack, you will find that your middlegame ability increases. Eventually, when you outgrow the BDG, you can apply these lessons in the position which arise in more normal openings. Furthermore, you will develop an instinct which will tell you just when a pawn sacrifice is right, bringing about attacking positions which will already be second nature. You need not fear losing a few games along the way. After all, you will also be demolishing players who fall into any of the many BDG traps, or who let their defenses down even for a moment. For the player rated 1200-1700, for whom the book is intended, the opening will probably not affect your winning percentage much. As you progress, however, you will find the lessons of the BDG applicable in a wide range of circumstances. Finally, a note to those who are already familiar with the BDG literature. This book is not a mere cut-and-paste translation of the German literature. The books by Diemer, Studier and Friedl are a lot of fun to read, but the analysis is often flawed. I have tried to correct a few of the analytical errors, and, as a result, often prefer lines which they consider inferior, if only because their main lines are often unplayable. That said, let me acknowledge their enthusiasm for the opening, and recommend their books for the sheer aesthetic pleasure they have brought, and continue to bring, to so many.

Sprache Englisch
Autor Schiller, Eric
Verlag Chess Enterprises
Medium Buch
Gewicht 100 g
Breite 13,7 cm
Höhe 21,5 cm
Seiten 81
ISBN-10 0931462525
Erscheinungsjahr 1986
Einband kartoniert

05 Introduction

06Part One: The Gambit Accepted

(1 d4 d5 2 e4 dxe4 3 Nc3 Nf6 4 f3 exf3 5 Nxf3)

07 1 Bogoliubow Defense 5...g6

14 2 Euwe Defense 5...e6

18 3 Tartakower Defense 5...Bf5

24 4 Teichmann Defense 5...Bg4

27 5 Bitter Defense 5...b6

30 6 Kaulich Defense 5...c5

32 7 Pietrowsky Defense 5...Nc6

33 8 Ziegler Defense 5...c6

35 9 Schlutter Defense 5...Nbd7

3710 Gunderam Defense 5...h5

39Part Two: The Gambit Declined

(1 d4 d5 2 e4 dxe4 3 Nc3)

40 11 Lemberger Countergambit 3...e5

43 12 Francais Delayed 3...e6

44 13 Karlsruhe Variation 3...g6

47 14 Dries Counterattack 3...c5

50 15 Pohlmann Variation 3...f5

52 16 Zeller Defense 3...Bf5

55 17 Mieses Defense 3...Nc6

57 18 Vienna Defense 3...Nf6 4 f3 Bf5

60 19 Lamb Defense 3...Nf6 4 f3 Nc6

62 20 Langeheinecke Defense 3...Nf6 4 f3 e3

66 21 Elbert Countergambit 3...Nf6 4 f3 e5

67 22 Weinsbach Declination 3...Nf6 4 f3 e6

70 23 O'Kelly Defense 3...Nf6 4 f3 c6

71 24 Daberits Defense 3...Nf6 4 f3 c5

73 25 Albrecht's Defense 3...Nf6 4 f3 g6

75Part Three: Attempts at Transposition

(1 d4 d5 2 e4)

76 26 Francaise (2...e6)

77 27 Caro Can? (2...c6)

7828 Odds, leading to quick Ends (2...c5, 2...e5, 2...Nf6, 2...Nc6) 80Part Four: The Paleface Attack (1 d4 Nf6 2 f3!?)

80 29 Paleface Attack

81 30 Afterthought

Blackmar Diemer Gambit