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David Janowski vs Emanuel Lasker
Lasker - Janowski World Championship Match (1910), Berlin GER, rd 6, Nov-20
Queen Pawn Game: Symmetrical Variation (D02)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Mar-02-08  Knight13: Two healthy passed pawns on the queen side by Lasker, very healthy, very healthy, end up catching a plague and thus couldn't do anything.
Apr-18-14  Karpova: This game was adjourned after <32.f3> [1] and <63...Rb6>.[2]

[1] Dr. Emanuel Lasker, 'Pester Lloyd', 1910.11.23, p. 9

[2] Dr. Emanuel Lasker, 'Pester Lloyd', 1910.11.25, p. 9

Feb-26-18  Serpentin: After 38.Qd2


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wKg1,Qd2,Rb8,Pe3,f3,g2/bKg7,Qf5,Rc7,Pa6,e5,g6,h7-

Lasker has one pawn up (passed pawn) (Queen and rook endings) can Lasker wins?

After 48.Rf2 black plays 48...Rd3?!


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wKg1,Qb1,Rf2,Pe3,f3,g2/bKg7,Qg3,Rd6,Pa6,e4,g6,h7-

better would have been 48...exf3! 49.Qa1 Rf6!50.Rxf3 Qd6

Nov-02-18
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  Chessical: <Serpentin>: After <48...exf3> 49. Rxf3 Qe5 50.Qb7 seems to be equal.
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