White enjoys two good Blackmar-Diemer Gambit choices against the Lemberger after 1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4 3.Nc3 e5. I cover 4.Nxe4 in Blackmar-Diemer Playbook 6 which is the traditional main line. I cover 4.Nge2 in Blackmar-Diemer Playbook 7. This line by Ernst Rasmussen became my favorite.
Lines in Playbook 6 include Teichmann Exchange 7.Qxf3 c6 8.Be3, Euwe 7.Bd3, Bogoljubow 6.Bc4, Vienna 5.fxe4, Lemberger 4.Nxe4, and Huebsch 5.Bc4.
Lines in Playbook 7 include Teichmann Exchange 7.Qxf3 c6 8.g4, Euwe 7.Qd2, Bogoljubow 6.Bg5, Vienna 5.g4, Lemberger 4.Nge2, and Huebsch 5.Be3.
These two basic opening repertoire guides use 200 diagrams to illustrate unified plans for White. Each position is followed by a brief explanation or continuation. These books offer separate plans for White, though they built on the same structure. Most of Playbook 6 differs from Playbook 7 although some introductory diagrams are the same.
My knowledge and experience intersected well with my skill and energy in 1998. That's when I hit my peak blitz chess rating of 2492. On my way up I drew the computer KillerGrob in a Blackmar-Diemer Gambit Lemberger in the 4.Nge2 exd4 line.
Sawyer (2323) - KillerGrob (2831), ICC 5 0 Internet Chess Club, 14.09.1998 begins 1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4 3.Nc3 e5 4.Nge2 exd4 5.Qxd4 Qxd4 6.Nxd4 Nf6 7.Bg5 Be7 8.0-0-0 Ng4 [8...0-0=] 9.Bxe7 Kxe7 10.Nxe4 f5 11.h3 fxe4 12.hxg4 c5 13.Nf5+ [13.Nb5! Bxg4 14.Re1 Kd8 15.Rxe4 Bd7 16.Bc4+/- with a dominating position.] 13...Bxf5 14.gxf5 Nc6 15.Rh4 Kf6 16.Rd7 Nd4 17.Rxe4 b6 [17...Rhe8 18.Rxe8 Rxe8 19.Kd2 Re7 20.Rxe7 Kxe7 21.g4+/-] 18.Ree7 [White is probably winning after 18.Bc4 Kxf5 19.Ree7 Rhf8 20.Bd3+ Kf6 21.Rxg7+-] 18...Nxf5 19.Rf7+ Kg5 20.Bd3 g6 21.Bxf5 gxf5 22.Rxh7 [22.Rd5!+/-] 22...a5 23.Rdg7+ Kf4 24.b3 Rxh7 25.Rxh7 Rg8 26.g3+ Kf3 27.Rh5 Kxf2 28.Rxf5+ Kxg3 29.Rf1 Rd8 30.a4 [30.Rf6+/=] 30...Rd6 31.Rf8 c4 32.Kb2 cxb3 33.cxb3 Rc6 34.Rf1 Kg4 35.Rf8 Kg5 36.Rf1 Kg6 37.Rf8 Rc5 38.Rf1 Rc7 39.Rf2 Kg5 40.Rf1 Rc5 41.Rf2 Rc6 42.Rf1 Rc5 43.Rf2 Rc8 44.Rf1 Rc5 Game drawn by repetition 1/2-1/2
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