A sacrificial orgy
by P.Leisebein (Leipzig)
The BDG is like a drug! An array of combinative motives are part and parcel of the gambiteer.
Once you mastered this, the adrenalin can increase during a game.
The following game, played during a thematic tournament, inspires by its correct course of combinations.
When you look at the game, it is difficult to see where black went wrong.
(47) Leisebein,P - Blankenberg,B [D00]
BDG04–05 DVC, 2001
1.d4 d5 2.e4 dxe4 3.¤c3 ¤f6 4.f3 exf3 5.¤xf3 e6 EUWE-DEFENCE 6.¥g5 ¥e7 7.¥d3 c5 8.dxc5 0–0N [8...£a5 A) 9.a3 £xc5 10.£d2 0–0 11.b4 £xb4?? (11...£c6 12.0–0 ¤bd7÷) 12.axb4 1–0 Richter,T-Dammkoehler,G/cr IECG 1996 (12); B) 9.£e2 ¤bd7 10.a3 ¥xc5 11.¦a2 ¥e7³; C) 9.£d2 9...¤bd7 (9...£xc5 10.0–0–0 ¤bd7 11.¥xf6 ¤xf6 12.¥b5+ƒ; 9...¥xc5 10.¥xf6 gxf6 11.£h6 ¤d7=) 10.¤b5 (10.¥b5 0–0 11.¥xd7 ¥xd7 12.¤e4 £xd2+ 13.¤fxd2 ¥c6 14.¤xf6+ gxf6 15.¥e3³; 10.0–0 ¤xc5 11.¥b5+ ¥d7 12.b4 £xb4 13.¦ab1 £a5µ) 10...£xd2+ ½–½ Leisebein,P-Dietrich,U/DESC-TOURNAMENT 2000 (29)] 9.0–0 [9.a3; 9.b4 a5 10.a3 b6 11.b5 ¥xc5 12.¤e4 ¤bd7 13.¤xc5 ¤xc5„] 9...¥xc5+ [9...¤g4 10.¤e4=] 10.¢h1 ¤c6 11.£e1! The well known "Studier manoeuver" in the "Bogoljubow-Defence"! [11.¥xf6 gxf6 12.£c1 ¢g7 13.£e1 ¦g8 14.¦d1 £f8 15.¤e4 ¥e7=] 11...h6 12.£h4! This piece sacrifice is not new, the "BDG-Novice" should remember this motive well! [12.¤e4 hxg5 13.¤xc5 £d5 14.¤e4 ¤xe4 15.¥xe4 £c5 16.¦d1] 12...¦e8! [12...hxg5?! 13.¤xg5 ¦e8 14.¦ad1 ¥d4 15.¥b5±] 13.¦ad1! [13.¥xf6 £xf6 14.£e4 g6 15.¦ad1 £e7 16.£f4 g5=] 13...¥d7 [13...hxg5 14.¤xg5 ¥d4 15.¤b5 e5 16.c3±] 14.¥xh6!! A "Blackmar motive"! 14...gxh6 15.¤g5! And one more surprise! 15...¥f8 16.¤xf7! The third sacrifice in a row! 16...¢xf7 17.¤e4 ¥g7 18.¤xf6 and black rsigns!Maybe followed by: 18...¥xf6 19.£xh6+-
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