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Emanuel Lasker vs Max Victor Behnisch
Simul, 30b (1912), Berlin GER, Nov-17
Scandinavian Defense: Panov Transfer (B01)  ·  0-1
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Dec-09-14
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  TheFocus: From a simul in Berlin, Germany on November 17, 1911.

Lasker scored +23=6-1.

Aug-05-17
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  whiteshark: Here you find a photo of <Korvettenkapitän [lieutenant commander] <Behnisch>> with some further information, incl. the tragic circumstances of his death:

"<Korvettenkapitän Behnisch> (*1873 in Görlitz), im selben Jahr Teilnehmer des Hauptturniers B beim Kongress des Schachbundes in Breslau und hier einziger Bezwinger Laskers, hatte schon 10 Jahre zuvor Harry Nelson Pillsbury in einem Berliner Blindsimultan bezwungen!

<Behnisch kam, wie alle der 28 Besatzungsmitglieder, 1913 in Berlin-Johannisthal als Führer der Abnahmekommission des Reichsmarineamtes bei der Zerstörung des Marineluftschiffes LZ 18 ums Leben.>

Deutsche Schachzeitung [1913], S. 367-368, S. 381."

http://www.schachclubkreuzberg.de/?...

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<TheFocus> Andreas Lange, a Berlin historican and the author of the story gives <November 17, 1912> as date.

Feb-25-19
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  MissScarlett: <Behnisch from Heaven>
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