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Emanuel Lasker vs David Janowski
Lasker - Janowski (1909), Paris FRA, rd 3, Oct-22
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. General (C68)  ·  1-0
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Apr-05-04
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  tamar: 30...g6 makes a bad game resignable. The pin on the bishop is an illusion.
Feb-21-06  McCool: These two guys look similiar

Emanuel Lasker

David Janowski

Mar-27-08
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  James Demery: All white people look alike.
Mar-27-08
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  whiteshark: ... unless they look like http://www.sunsetsoul.de/media/Pics...
Mar-28-08
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  James Demery: LOL whiteshark.
Jul-28-10  Ricosupercapo: This game must be edited, there are at least 2 moves that simply do not make sense. the first one is 11…Bc3, the second one is 15.Rd4.
Jul-02-12  rjsolcruz: This move 5. d4 exd4 was repeated in Escutin vs Sol Cruz, Shell National Youth Championship, Iloilo Leg in 2010.
Feb-01-14  yureesystem: Lasker played this endgame creatively and his pawn move 20.f5 seem suspect but his plan to push g-pawn and up the kingside was a work of art.
Dec-29-17  Count von Twothree: OK, let's start the ball rolling as late as move 27. If 27...g6, for example, how does White win?
Jun-15-19
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  bleddybear: 13. ... Nd7 looks like the mistake. 13. ... Rd7 would have taken the file and been enough given Black's superior pawn structure?
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