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Emanuel Lasker vs Julius Finn
Rice Gambit thematic m (1907), New York, NY USA, rd 1, Dec-??
King's Gambit: Accepted. Kieseritsky Gambit Rice Gambit (C39)  ·  0-1
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Nov-07-10  rwbean: I've been looking at the Rice Gambit with Rybka 4: these lines are best play up to move 12 (although Black can also choose to transpose with 10... Nh5 and 11... Nbd7). Then it thinks 12. Qxg4 is best, with a line beginning 12... Bxd4+ (eval -1.41); after 12. dxe5, prefers 12... Qxh4 (in contrast to other published analysis, eval -1.76).

This 12. Bb5 line is even worse. Best play through move 16, but if Black had found 18... Bb5 in either of these Lasker - Finn games Black would have won very quickly (eval -2.73 at 22 ply and getting better for Black by the ply).

Dec-04-14
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  TheFocus: An analytical game played in New York, New York in December, 1907. First three moves were compulsory.
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