zanzibar: This game is mentioned by Winter:
with this commentary:
<[game score] see the Addenda in the Dover edition of The Unknown Capablanca by David Hooper and Dale Brandreth (New York, 1993). However, it is asserted there that the game ‘was recorded by Vicente Martínez de Carvajal (1840-1915), discovered amongst his papers after his death, and published in Ajedrez Español, 1953, pages 144-145’, whereas it was recorded by Capablanca himself. J.E. Olavide, the author of the article in question in the Spanish magazine (June-July 1953 issue), stated that he had recently acquired a collection of old papers which had belonged to Carvajal and that these included the score-sheet of Capablanca v Jaffe, written in pencil by the Cuban and with the additional information ‘20 moves an hour’.>
Capa played a series of exhibition games prior to his Marshall match at the club. This game was played on the day before:
L R Eisenberg vs Capablanca, 1909
It features a beautiful copy of the scoresheet, worth a look.