I am back agaon from a two week holiday in France where I met some interesting chess-related people, but more on that later.
My first 3 minute game after I came home showed how to take advantage of a player that refuses to develop his minor pieces..., a deadly sin Blackmar Diemer gambiteers never fall into.
Guido De Bouver - ??
1.d4 e5 2.dxe5 Qe7 3.Nf3 Nc6 4.Nc3 (diagram)
4...Nxe5 5.e4 (diagram)
A strong reply. I used to play this kind of gambits myself, but stopped doing so after a number of awfull defeats.
5...Nf6 6.Nxe5 Qxe5 7.f4 Qa5 8.Bd2 (diagram)
White's advantage is obvious.
Refusing to develop pieces...
9.e5 Ng8 10.Qf3 (diagram)
Black's position is tragicomic.
At last, a minor piece is developed - but too late...
Missing the immediate punishment 11.Nd5
Now I saw it
12...Qc5 13.Bb4 (diagram)
Black resigns as he will loose his majesty ( eg 13...Qc6 14.Bb5 )
A fair punishment for playing a gambit whilst not developing !