|Apr-15-02|| ||Doctor Who: 16 d5? forced Black into the winning line. I don't see what's wrong with 16. Bc3. I think it would be good to trade that almost useless bishop for that incredibly annoying knight. |
|Oct-26-04|| ||themindset: it's amazing that lasker played it out. |
|Dec-16-04|| ||who: Edward Lasker is not to be confused with Dr Emanuel Lasker former World Champion. |
|Dec-16-04|| ||who: what i don't get is why 14. Be1
it just seems to block off the rook for a very short term line on the black queen.
|Dec-22-05|| ||Honza Cervenka: <Edward Lasker is not to be confused with Dr Emanuel Lasker former World Champion.> Yes, but this game was played in fact by Emanuel Lasker in a simul, not by Edward. See http://www.chesscafe.com/text/colla...|
|Apr-09-09|| ||Chess Carnival: Don't you think the position after let's say 14...Qd5 looks like arriving from the russian game (petroff)?|
|Apr-03-12|| ||BlackSheep: So .... when <Honza Cervenka> corrected <who> s 8 year old comment 7 years ago he must have been correct because at some time between then and now CG has changed the name from Edward to Emannuel , nice knowing of things Honza .|
|May-25-12|| ||Antiochus: Probably was Berthold or Edward, but not the great Lasker.Emanuel did not participate in this tournament.|
|Dec-08-14|| ||TheFocus: From a simul in Budapest, Hungary on January 26, 1911.|
Lasker's score was +18=8-4.
|Oct-27-16|| ||OhioChessFan: 17 year old Breyer with a preview of his too-short career. He's one of a handful of people you have to ask "What could have been?"|
|Aug-19-18|| ||SeanAzarin: <OhioChessFan: 17 year old Breyer with a preview of his too-short career. He's one of a handful of people you have to ask "What could have been?">|
Yeah, he and Daniel Noteboom. Taken way too early.
|Aug-19-18|| ||SeanAzarin: Perlis, too. Though at least he lived past 30.|
|Aug-19-18|| ||Granny O Doul: <Edward Lasker is not to be confused with Dr Emanuel Lasker former World Champion.> |
Actually, he is to be confused with Emmanuel. If not those two, then who?
|Aug-19-18|| ||Honza Cervenka: 17.Bxe4 was a blunder. After 17.Nxe5 white is OK.|
|Aug-19-18|| ||Honza Cervenka: <SeanAzarin: <OhioChessFan: 17 year old Breyer with a preview of his too-short career. He's one of a handful of people you have to ask "What could have been?">
Yeah, he and Daniel Noteboom. Taken way too early.>|
<SeanAzarin: Perlis, too. Though at least he lived past 30.>
Rudolf Rezso Charousek, Paul Rudolf von Bilguer, Klaus Junge or Cecil Valentine De Vere were other great chess talents who have died very young.
|Aug-19-18|| ||GM Maybe: Honza Cervenka
Don't they consider Gyula Breyer to be one of the founders of hypermodern approach, alongside witg Reti and Nimzowitsch?
|Aug-19-18|| ||Honza Cervenka: <GM Maybe> Yes, and especially Reti valued him high in this matter. See https://reluctant-messenger.com/che...|
|Aug-19-18|| ||JimNorCal: Game label at GotD banner is Ed Lasker vs Breyer yet the game itself is labeled Em Lasker vs Breyer.|
|Aug-19-18|| ||Cheapo by the Dozen: Per the engine, the losing move was 17 Bxe4, which doomed White to have his kingside ripped open. Before that he had a small opening advantage.|
|Aug-19-18|| ||OrangeTulip: Of course the best defense against the Danish comes from a guy named Sorensen.|
|Aug-19-18|| ||SeanAzarin: <Honza Cervenka: Rudolf Rezso Charousek, Paul Rudolf von Bilguer, Klaus Junge or Cecil Valentine De Vere were other great chess talents who have died very young.>|
You know more in-depth chess history that I. Well stated.
Also, let's not forget that Ignatz von Kolisch could have been a World Champion if he hadn't quit chess at a young age to focus on business ventures.
|Aug-19-18|| ||Breunor: To answer a 14 year old post, Stockfish isn't impressed with 14 Bd1:|
1) -0.27 (21 ply) 14...Nd6 15.Bd2 b6 16.a4 Bxd3 17.Qxd3 Ne7 18.c4 Qf5 19.Qxf5 Nexf5 20.g4 Ne7 21.Rac1 Ng6 22.c5 Ne4 23.cxb6 axb6 24.Rxc7 Rxa4 25.Be3 Nf6 26.Rfc1
1) +0.48 (22 ply) 14.Rab1 Nxd2 15.Qxd2 Bxd3 16.Qxd3 Rab8 17.Rfe1 Qxa2 18.Rxe8+ Rxe8 19.Rxb7 Nd8 20.Rb8 Rf8 21.g3 Ne6 22.Rb7 c5 23.Re7 cxd4 24.Nxd4 Rd8 25.Qb5 Qa1+ 26.Kg2 Qxc3 27.Nxe6
Stockfish does agree that 16 d5 is best.
1) +0.34 (22 ply) 16.d5 Ne5 17.Nxe5 Qxe5 18.Bb4 c6 19.dxc6 bxc6 20.Rae1 Rab8 21.Bd2 Bg6 22.Re3 Rb2 23.Qc1 Qb8 24.Rfe1 f5 25.Bc3 Rxa2 26.Bb1 Ra4 27.Bb2 Rd8 28.Ba3 Rd4
We don't need a computer to see that white is lost after 17 Bxe4?
|Aug-19-18|| ||cormier: |
click for larger view
Analysis by Houdini 4: d 24 dpa done
<1. = (0.06): 10...b6> 11.0-0 Bb7 12.a4 Nd7 13.a5 Nxd2 14.Qxd2 Rfe8 15.Rfe1 Qd6 16.axb6 axb6 17.Rxa8 Rxa8 18.Qe3 Bd5 19.c4 Bb7 20.Bd3 g6 21.h3 Bxf3 22.Qxf3 Ra3 23.Qe3 Nf6 24.d5 Ra2
<2. = (0.11): 10...Re8> 11.0-0 Bg4 12.h3 Bh5 13.Re1 Nd7 14.Qc2 Nxd2 15.Qxd2 h6 16.Qb2 Rab8 17.Qb3 c6 18.Rab1 Qxb3 19.axb3 a6 20.Ra1 g5 21.g4 Bg6 22.Nd2 Kg7 23.Kg2 Rbd8 24.Bf1
|Aug-19-18|| ||Honza Cervenka: When Lasker was playing 17.Bxe4(??) instead of natural 17.Nxe5, he apparently missed 19...Rxe4!|