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Carl Hartlaub vs Emanuel Lasker
New York sim (1911)
Bishop's Opening: Boden-Kieseritsky Gambit (C27)  ·  0-1


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May-22-04  get Reti: Why not 9. Nxc6+ bxc6 10. Re1+ etc.
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  Calli: <get> Not bad, but Lasker can't take the knight at e5 anyway because Bg5 wins the queen. Therefore, simply 9.Bd3 would appear to win because Black can't so anything about 10.Ng6+ that I can see.
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  al wazir: In the game as played, white has 10. Bxd5 cxd5 11. Qxd5 Qxf7 12. Re1+ Be6 13. Qxb7+ Kd8 (or Nd7) Qxa8. White gets three pawns and a rook for a bishop and a knight. Am I missing something?
Dec-08-05  ughaibu: One of these (at least) must be analysis: Hartlaub vs Lasker, 1908
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  al wazir: Even better for white is to check first: 10. Re1+ Be6 11. Bxd5 cxd5 (11...Qxf7 12. Qxf7+ Kxf7 13. Bxe6+) 12. Qxe5. If 12...Qxf7 or Kxf7 then 13. Qxb7+, winning a ♖.

In Hartlaub's place I wouldn't have resigned.

Feb-12-06  DeepBlade: No No NO!

A great chessplayer like Dr. Carl Hartlaub shouldnt resign!

10.Re1+ Be6 11.Rxe6+
Kxe6 12.Bf4 Kd7 13.Bd3
(13. ...g6 14.Qh3+ Qe6 15.Nxh8 Qxh3 fxh3)
And White seems o.k to me.

Jul-29-14  Ke2: This is probably analysis. I can't see why anyone would resign here.
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  TheFocus: From a simul in Bremen, Germany in 1911.

Lasker's score was not kmown.

Jul-26-15  Chessist: This game is fiction as in 1911 there was no Lasker simul in Bremen.
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  TheFocus: According to Ken Whyld, in <The Collected Gamesof Emanuel Lasker>, the source is "Dr. Hartlaub's Glanzpartian 1919>, pg. 88. These moves are probably analysis to an earlier loss to Lasker.
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  MissScarlett: I think this game should be removed, because even as <analysis> it makes no sense.
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