Here are the published DDG articles I have written.
There are also a few Finnish articles.
- In Diemer Zones and the Temple of Duhm,
BDG World 5/1995 (Serial 70).
Five DDG games of mine analysed. This may be the first article
ever published on the DDG. "An old Diemer line rediscovered", wrote
editor Tom Purser.
- Alapin-Diemer-Duhm - a
Gambiteer's Best French, BDG World 1/1996 (Serial 71).
Three DDG games, one ADG and one WRG game of mine analysed. "More
strange brew", wrote Purser.
- Heikkinen - Lalic, BDG
World 3/1996 (Serial 73).
Stop the press! A draw against a GM analysed.
- In Diemer Zones and the Bust
Crusade, Chess Mail 5/1997.
Thoughts on the DDGA'96, e-mail chess and offbeat gambits. One
game of mine analysed.
- Time, Space, and the DDG,
BDG World 2/1997 (Serial 77).
Reasons for playing gambits, how to use time and space. "Enduring
mysteries of the universe", wrote Purser. Two games of mine from the
- DDG overview, GAMBIT, August
As far as I know, a short overview was published with some games.
- Lessons of a Great Battle, Chess
Motivation for playing gambits and unorthodox openings. One Brause
game given as an example.
- Heikkinen - Bongiovanni,
Chess Mail 5/2000.
The traditional gambit number features this miniature in the
gambit games miscellany.
Jensen wrote an article on his DDG game against Jacob Sylvan in
Gambit Revue 1/1996.