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Carl Hartlaub vs Emanuel Lasker
Simul, 33b (1904), Bremen GER, Jan-28
Italian Game: Scotch Gambit. Anderssen Attack (C56)  ·  1-0
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Sep-03-03
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  AgentRgent: Wow! Lasker gets demolished! Who is this guy?
Sep-03-03
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  Calli: <AgentRgent>This was a simultaneous exhibition. 1 of 33 boards Lasker was playing. Probably most of the losses you are kibitzing on are simuls.

Chessgames: Lasker resigned after 21.Ne6+
[source: "Emanuel Lasker", v3, The Chess Player 1976, p58. ref : "Schach Echo"]

Aug-16-05  ameekmalhotra345: wow! how could you defeat a champ
Feb-12-06  DeepBlade: The opening is similar to

Morphy vs Schrufer, 1859

Great play by Dr. Carl Hartlaub

Jul-23-08
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  arsen387: Never seen world champion demolished in such way. Ladder checks by Q in moves 17-19 are instructive. I like this mating net around black K!
Dec-07-08  WhiteRook48: What about 21...fxe6? Maybe Lasker couldn't cuz he touched his King
Dec-24-08  Pesach: 21...fxe6 22.Bg5+ Ke8 23.Qe7#
Jan-01-09  WhiteRook48: Oh I see. Thanks for the analysis. Wonder why chessgames didn't include this alternate line.
Jan-21-09  WhiteRook48: nice pin on the ♗d7.
Mar-11-09  WhiteRook48: hard to believe that white leaves his queen hanging the whole time
Jul-02-11  squaresquat: Dr. H's style was hyper-classical
Nov-27-14
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  TheFocus: From a simul at the Cafe Roland in Bremen, Germany on January 28, 1904. Lasker scored +27=2-4.
Oct-12-16  Ilkka Salonen: In defence of AgentRgent I must say, that I had been thinking the simul giver playing white is usually the tradition.
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