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Emanuel Lasker vs Broderson
Simul (1908), Copenhagen DEN, Jul-09
Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. Open (B32)  ·  1-0


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Jun-28-08  mate2900s: Lasker every move a threat!!!! I personally call it keeping wood on the fire
Nov-12-08  Kiborg007: I like this game!
Nov-12-08  Emma: What a great game!
Nov-12-08  ILikeFruits: :(
Dec-22-08  YoungEd: hammer after hammer at the end there! very impressive!
Oct-16-11  sevenseaman: What cosmic beauty; Lasker was a chess fiend!
Feb-06-13  theagenbiteofinwit: Wow, the bind is not played this way today.
Aug-09-13  victor antoni: pucha q hermosa precisi“n!!!!
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  TheFocus: From a simul in Copenhagen, Denmark on July 9, 1908.

Lasker scored +18=4-4.

Mar-17-17  gr8song: In my opinion, 18...e5 was a really bad move. This move allowed Lasker to take control of the dark squares, since Black didn't have a dark-square bishop.
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