Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Blackmar-Diemer Bajt Beats Qxf3

Published Blackmar-Diemer Gambit games end in short White wins. Black wins are long affairs where White fails to find compensation. That's no fun. Ryder Gambit is riskier than 5.Nxf3, because 5.Qxf3 offers a second gambit pawn on d4. This bold attack that works great against a poor defense. White must develop pieces quickly and activate forces as quickly as possible. In Mirko Cokan vs Hana Bajt, White played slowly with 6.h3?!

Cokan (1696) - Bajt (1756), 23rd HIT Open 2018 Nova Gorica SLO, 29.01.2018 begins 1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.f3 exf3 5.Qxf3 c6
6.h3?! [6.Be3] 6...g6 [6...Qxd4! 7.Be3 Qd8-/+] 7.Be3 [7.Qf2!= protects d4 and prepares Nf3.] 7...Bg7 8.0-0-0 Nd5 9.Bf2 0-0 10.Bc4 [10.Nge2 Qa5 11.Kb1!?] 10...Nxc3 11.Qxc3 b5 12.Be2 Be6 13.b3 a5 14.Nf3 Bd5 15.Qd2 [15.h4 a4-/+] 15...Qd6 16.Kb1 Na6 17.Rhg1 Rfb8 [17...a4-+] 18.Qc1 [18.c3 Nc7-/+] 18...a4 19.g4 axb3 [19...Nb4-+] 20.Bg3 bxc2+ 21.Qxc2 Qb4+ 22.Qb2 Be4+ 23.Ka1 Qxb2+ 24.Kxb2 Rd8 25.Ne5 f6 26.Nf3 Ra7 27.Bf2 Rad7 [27...Nb4-+] 28.Nd2 Bd5 29.Bg3 [29.a4 Nc7-+] 29...Nc7 30.Nf3 Ne6 31.h4 Bxf3 32.Bxf3 Nxd4 33.Rd3 Nxf3 34.Rxf3 f5+ 0-1

Sets: Chess Games 1.e4 Series and Chess Games 1.d4 Series
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