One of the simplest transpositions to the Blackmar-Diemer comes when Black answers 1.e4 with 1...d5, the Center Counter or Scandinavian Defense. White plays 2.d4, opening the possibility of a BDG continuation, as in this game, which ends abruptly with a Queen sac. (Notice how Queen sacs have a tendency to do that.)
White is a Hungarian IM with a 2361 rating in the current FIDE list.
Molnar,Bela - Tcebekov,Khongor
Budapest FS05 IM Budapest (5), 05.1996
BDG, Bogoljubov Defense
1.e4 d5 2.d4 dxe4 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.f3 exf3 5.Nxf3 g6 6.Bc4 Bg7 7.0-0 0-0 8.Qe1 Bf5
9.Qh4 Bxc2 10.Bh6 e6 11.Ng5 Bxh6 12.Qxh6 Qxd4+ 13.Kh1 Bf5 14.Rxf5 gxf5 15.Bxe6 Nbd7 (15...Qe5 16.Nd5 Nbd7 17.Ne7+ Kh8 18.Nxf7+ Rxf7 19.Ng6+ Kg8 20.Nxe5 Nxe5 21.Qxf6 1-0 Gedult,D-Thelliers, 1973/Game 1598 in BDG WORLD 59) 16.Bxd7 Rad8 17.Bxf5 Rd6 18.Bxh7+ 1-0 Gedult,D-Blanchere, Paris 1973/Game 1599 in BDG WORLD 59
9...Nc6 10.Qh4 Bg4 11.Be3 Bxf3 12.Rxf3 Nh5 13.Rd1 Na5 14.g4 Nf6 15.Rd2 Nxb3 16.axb3 Qd7 17.Rg2 Rae8 18.Rh3 h5 19.gxh5 Nxh5 20.Rg5 e5 21.d5 Qd6 22.Ne4 Qxd5??
The Queen had to watch f6. 22...Qa6 was probably the best move available, but White maintains the advantage. The Knight trip from c3 to e4 to f6 proves decisive in many BDG games.
23.Qxh5 gxh5 (23...f5 24.Rxg6 ) 24.Nf6+ Kh8 25.Rhxh5+ Bh6 26.Rxh6#