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Emanuel Lasker vs Edward Friederich Schrader
Simul, 7b (1902), Moberly, MO USA, Nov-26
Italian Game: Classical. De la Bourdonnais Variation (C53)  ·  0-1
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Nov-25-14
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  TheFocus: From a simul in Moberly, Missouri in November.

Lasker's score against 8 opponents is unknown.

Nov-25-14
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  jnpope: Perhaps seven opponents?

<Moberly, Mo., Nov. 27.-[...]

Doctor Lasker, the English chess champion, arrived last night, and at 7 o'clock began his remarkable game, that of playing any number of games at one time. It was thought at one time he would have thirty contestants, but when time for playing to commence arrived only seven persons had the courage to enter. Of this number the doctor beat six. The seventh contestant, Mr. Ed Shrader of St. Louis, managed to worst the champion.>

«source: St. Louis Republic, 1902.11.28, p11»

Nov-25-14
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  TheFocus: <jnpope> Whyld's book says 8, but I agree that your article is accurate.

Thank you again.

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