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Robinson Kay Leather vs Emanuel Lasker
Amsterdam (1889), Amsterdam NED, rd 5, Aug-28
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  0-1
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  GrahamClayton: Hell for leather!
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  fredthebear: This game was equal until the material was reduced and the focus shifted to the capture of the e- and f-pawns. Black's backward e6-pawn was more secure that it initially appeared. White gives up his bishop essentially for three pawns but lost two pawns in the meantime. This leaves White with a lost ending as Black has the extra piece and has White's king cut-off.
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