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Emanuel Lasker vs R S Crohn
Simul, 8b (1907), Kansas City, MO USA, Jun-12
King's Gambit: Accepted. King's Knight Gambit (C34)  ·  1-0
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May-12-07  GreenCastle: Doesn't 41...♔e6 draw?
May-12-07
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  beatgiant: <GreenCastle: Doesn't 41...Ke6 draw?>

At first glance, 41...Ke6 42. a3 a6 43. a4 a5 44. b3 wins the opposition and the game. What did you see?

May-13-07
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  beatgiant: On second glance, it's not so simple. C

Continuing my line, 41...Ke6 42. a3 a6 43. a4 a5 44. b3 Kd6 45. Kf5 Kd7 46. Ke5 Ke7 47. Kd5 Kd7.

Although White's king outflanks Black's and advances a row forward, Black regains the opposition and stops further advance.

So you could be right - maybe 41...Ke6 draws.

Jul-01-07
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  crafty: 41. ♔e4 ♔e6 42. a3 a6 43. b3 b5 44. cxb5 axb5 =   (eval -0.01; depth 24 ply; 750M nodes)
Jul-19-07  Bob726: 46.a5? blew the draw for black. b4! followed by Ka5 draws, as if White plays Kxc5 its stalemate.
Feb-16-13  billyhan: "c6" made me "sea-sick" from the 3rd move on.
Dec-03-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  TheFocus: From a simul in Kansas City, Missouri on June 12, 1907.

Lasker's score was +8=0-0.

May-19-17
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  MissScarlett: <Crohn's Decease>
May-19-17  JimNorCal: How disappointing to reach an equal position at move 40 then lose a simple pawn endgame a few moves later
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