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David Graham Baird vs Emanuel Lasker
Match series (1892), New York, NY USA, rd 1, Oct-12
Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. Open (B34)  ·  0-1
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Feb-03-11
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  Penguincw: It looks like Baird got revenge D G Baird vs Lasker, 1892.
Feb-03-11
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  TheFocus: <Penguincw> Sorry, but this is actually supposed to be Baird vs. Lasker. <CG> got it wrong.
Feb-03-11
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  Penguincw: < TheFocus: <Penguincw> Sorry, but this is actually supposed to be Baird vs. Lasker. <CG> got it wrong. > Ok.Thanks. <chessgames.com> will fix it eventually>.
Jun-08-11
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  TheFocus: This is not a simultaneous exhibition game.

It is match game 1 of a match series that Lasker played against the leading players of the Manhattan Chess Club.

Lasker defeated Baird, D. 3-0.

Mar-14-16
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  TheFocus: Kenneth Whyld ends this game at move 40...e4.
Mar-14-16  Elrathia Kingi: Am I mistaken, or would 28.cxd3 have been a straightforward opposite-color bishop draw?
Mar-14-16
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  TheFocus: <Elrathia Kingi: Am I mistaken, or would 28.cxd3 have been a straightforward opposite-color bishop draw?>

I think Lasker would agree with you:

"28. cxd3, leaving Bishops of opposite colors on the board would have given him better fighting chances," - Lasker in the <New York Sun>, October 13, 1892

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