Sunday, May 29, 2016

Jack Clauser Wins BDG Zeller

Jack Clauser told me about a Blackmar-Diemer Gambit game he played. The line was in the Zeller variation after 3.Nc3 Bf5. His game followed a line from the “Blackmar-Diemer Gambit” by Gary Lane. On page 117 a note cites Boyarinov - Utemov, USSR 1962. Moves are given up through move 9 dxc6! After that point, Jack and his opponent deviated from that game. They were on their own. That game is given below.

Clauser asked me, “Do you have in your database the entire game? If yes, I'd like to review the game.” Jack added, “I am guessing the game continued 9...Bxf3 10.Rxd8+ Kxd8 11.c7+ Kc8 12 cxb8 (Q+) Rxb8 13 Bxb8 Bxg2 14 Bxg2 Kxb8 15 Nf3.”

A few days later Jack wrote,
“Finished my phone chess game today. See attached photo with the score handwritten. I played a guy from South Africa. My name in the app is "JackC1586". The app gave me my name. I had no input. My opponent is "Varro.kun". A friend got me into the app. He invited me via Facebook. I asked how he found the app and he said: Google App Store for Zynga Chess or use search option in Facebook by typing "Chess With Friends". Jack”

Thanks! Jack Clauser is a longtime friend. This game showed the value in playing what is probably the best move 6.Bf4.

Clauser - Varro.kun, Zynga Chess, 16.05.2016 begins 1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4 3.Nc3 Bf5 4.f3 exf3 5.Qxf3 Bc8 6.Bf4 c6 7.0-0-0 Nf6 8.d5 Bg4 9.dxc6 Bxf3? [9...Qb6 10.Nd5 Bxf3 11.Nxb6 axb6? (11...Nxc6 12.Nxf3 axb6 13.Bb5+/=) 12.c7 Nc6 13.Nxf3 Na7 (13...Ne4 14.Bd3 Nf2 15.Bb5 Nxd1 16.Rxd1+-) 14.Ne5 e6 15.Rd8+ 1-0 Bojarinov - Utemov, URS 1962] 10.Rxd8+ Kxd8 11.c7+ Kc8 12.cxb8Q+ Rxb8 13.Bxb8 [Also good is 13.Nxf3+-] 13...Bxg2 14.Bxg2 Kxb8 15.Bf3 [15.Nf3+-] 15...Nd7 16.Be2 e5 17.Nf3 a6 [17...f6 18.Rd1+/-] 18.Rd1 Kc8 19.Ng5 f6 [19...Be7 20.Nxf7 Rf8 21.Bc4+-] 20.Nf7 Rg8 21.Bg4 Bc5 22.Rxd7 Kb8 23.Rd8+ [Or 23.Nd8!+-] 23...Rxd8 24.Nxd8 g6 25.Ne6 Be3+ 26.Kd1 f5 27.Be2 e4 28.Nf8 Bh6 29.Nxh7 e3 30.Nf6 1-0

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