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Wilhelm Steinitz vs Emanuel Lasker
Lasker - Steinitz World Championship Rematch (1896), Moscow RUE, rd 13, Dec-27
Queen's Gambit Declined: Modern Variation (D50)  ·  1-0
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May-07-05  aw1988: Qf4, what a slap in the face.
Sep-17-06
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  Chessical: Lasker's all or nothing plan to invade on the K-side commencing <25..Rh6> fails.
Mar-01-08  Knight13: <Chessical: Lasker's all or nothing plan to invade on the K-side commencing <25..Rh6> fails.> What else was he supposed to do? The center and queen side was already owned by Steinitz. King side attack was his only chance, it seems.
Sep-17-10  soothsayer8: Yeah, I thought 37. Qc4+ 38. Qf4 was a clever little maneuver
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