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laskereshevsky
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################################################### "I keep on fighting as long as my opponent can make a mistake...."

EMANUEL LASKER

"I keep on fighting as long as I can make a mistake..."

LASKERESHEVSKY

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MY FAVORITE PLAYER:.........

EMANUEL LASKER 1868-1941

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Same Tactical/positional moves from my games....

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(1) Played in 1996


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Here I played:♙c5


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Later in the game in this position:


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♘xe5-....


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...-♙xe5; ♖xb8CH.-♔xb8; ♗xe5+ 1-0


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(2) played in 2006


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...♕xc1;


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♗xc1-♘f2CH.0-1


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(If white play: ♕xc1... after ...♗xe3)


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its even worst

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(3) Few years ago, after an easy and very stupid blunder in the opening i found myself in this totally lost position:


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A whole pawn for nothing and a very bad mens placement.... Just a little before to resign I tried a last desperate trick: ♙g5


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And now if black take with the H pawn... game over.

But probably he thought (as i hoped): <"...Why to allows white to resolve the problem of the ugly placed rook in h1?!... and why to put in h8 (after the rooks change) the well central placed rook?!...">

so he played: ...-♙fxg5, giving to me the chanche to equalize with: ♖xh6


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After:...-♕f4; (of course he cant play ♖x♖ cause ♘g5ch.) ♖xh8-♖xh8; i took ♘xd5-... and he cant play ...♖d8 cause ♘xg5ch.(again!) win.

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After the game's moves:...♕xd2; ♖xd2-♙g4; ♘g5ch (again!) I won the finale:....


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After my ♖xd2 the opponent realized that even now Rd8 cant be played, cause after ♘g5ch. (again!) whatever he play at least he lost an exchange....

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♘g5ch was a real nightmare move for my opponent in this game...

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(4) Played in 2004


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Of course white (I) is already much better here, but I like the final shoot...

♖d5


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here, worried by the lots of treaths, my opponent blundered with:...♗g7 and resigned after ♕h7ch. 1-0 ... cause after the only ...♔f7; ♖f1 is check mate...


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...♗xc3; doesent change a lot... ♙xc3-♕g7; ♗xe6ch.

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(5) Played in 1993


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Here I played....-♗xh3;


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♗e2-♖g3;


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♔g2-♖xg2ch.


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♔xh3-♖xf2;


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Now Black have a deadly Queen check in e3, White is forced to do something against it...

♗g4-... and after ...♖xb2 valutation is -+


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Unfortunatly, after the Queens and rooks trade, in a W's♗+♙ VS. B's♙♙♙♙♙ (!) Finale, in a terrible zeitnot i wasnt able to find the (easy) winnig manouvre....

0.5-0.5

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(6) Played in 1990 (Wow!... Im so Old?!?!!) :(-D

Ok, was one of my first ever tournament....


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I played ...-♘f3ch.; thinking of: ♙xf3-♕xh3; ♙f4-♕g4ch; ♔f1-♕f3; -+

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But after ♔f1 delused by the refusion of my "brilliant" sac, in this better position with a pawn up I accepted (sic!) the draw that, with an almost unheardable whisper, my more expert opponent offered....


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0.5-0.5

eeeehhhhhh!.... the younghood, the younghood..... so manx energy and power, but such a lack of experience...

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(7) Played in 2001


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Here I played ...-♘xg3


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This move was in my mind already from a while, in case white had played ♙f4. But when this move was made it, a long thought happened to me....

Simply I was worried about White's reply ♔xg3.... In fact after. ...-♖xe3ch.; ♖xe3-♗xf4ch.; ♔f2-♗xe3ch.; ♘xe3-♕h2ch. Black is OK

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Just, the emotive side during the game put on me always a big pression....

More, this was the last round, I had won all the games till now, For a lot I was tempted to offer draw and go to the Tournament's bar and sipping a good beer..... But the "Pathos" to see this sacrifice at work, at the end got me, ...like a fever.....

Game: ♘xg3-♖xe3;


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♖xe3-♘xf4ch.; ♔f3-♘xd3; ♖xe8ch.-♔f7; ♖e3-♗xg3; ♘e2 and after 5/6 moves W resigned. 0-1


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So, I won this tournament ( open B ) with 6/6, at the time I was in good shape cause a month later I won another Open B with 5.5/6.... All in all i closed the 2001 with a record of +12 =2 -1 and the whole period 1999-2001 with +25 =9 -6

After ♗xg3W cant take the♘d3 with the ♖ cause after ♕f4ch. is forced lost.

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In case of ♔g2 with: ...-♕f2ch.; ♔h1-♕h2 Mate

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In case of ♔e2 with: ...-♕f2ch.; ♔d1-♕xg1ch. etc.

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At the time I was very proud to foresaw all the side-lines before to play ♘xg3....

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(8) 2001


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After black played ...-♙gxf4 ( not the best )
instead to reply with the plausible and good ♙exf4, I chosed a more spectacular (but a little weaker) ♖xf4...


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After ...-0-0; ♘f6ch.-♗xf6; ♖xf6-♔g7; ♖ef1-... Black blundered with ...-♘e7;


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Here: ♖xd6 win


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...♕xd6; ♕xd6-♖xd6; ♗xe5ch.-♙f6; ♗xd6-♖f7; ♗xc5...


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Here a mixture of relax and lack of determination by my side, was facing a strong fighting mode showed by the Black... The result was another 30 moves (!) before I forced my opponent to resign.

I found very amusing a comment made by my opp. during the post-game analysis:

"Of course I was under pression here; but (after ...♘e7) I tought my position wasnt so bad.... but your ♖xd6 killed me... U took THREE(!) pawns with one move!!..."

Very nice...:-D

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(9) 2005


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♘d6-...


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...-♖e7; ♗xf6-...


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...-♙xf6; ♕xe7ch.-♕xe7; ♖xe7-♔xe7; ♘xf5ch.-♙xf5; ♖xf5


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Black, in zeitnot resigned. 1-0

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   Nov-29-18 Nkhoma Desiderata (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: Never heard of her, frog-jumped in one game by the random feature.... Being curios find this article on the web, an interesting story, and an awesome lady... https://africachessmedia.com/2018/0...
 
   Nov-25-18 Bogoljubov - Eliskases (1939)
 
laskereshevsky: "...Eliskases wrote a book about the match: Der wettkampf Bogoljubov-Eliskases, 1939. Magyar Sakkvilįg (1939)..." I'm the owner of an original, i suppose, copy of this book (48 pages in german) On the cover is wright: DEUTSCHE BÜCHEREI der ungarischen schachwelt ...
 
   Nov-23-18 Marjanovic vs Chandler, 1982
 
laskereshevsky: Richard Lionheart conquer the Slavic lands....
 
   Nov-21-18 A Stukopin vs B Hasenohr, 2008 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: Another HPAWN bites the dust!
 
   Nov-21-18 Topalov vs Kasparov, 1994
 
laskereshevsky: IMHO the pun is connected with a Rudyard kipling story, and a movie based on it with Sean Connery... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_M...
 
   Nov-19-18 Naiditsch vs C Jeitz, 2016 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: ...A steaming and overflowing cup....
 
   Nov-18-18 Soul / Wellington vs Steinitz, 1874
 
laskereshevsky: Wellington as usual fight with Soul, but Steinitz in Liverpool did better then Napoleon in Waterloo
 
   Nov-13-18 K O'Brien vs D Salter, 2008 (replies)
 
laskereshevsky: Must confess that for an half dozen of seconds i was attracted and stay stuck to 20...♘xg3 and the white is practically forced to play 21.♕xh4 to avoid ♕xh2# (sic!) or the lost the ♕ in e4, and after 21...♘e2+ 22.♔~ the ♖h8 take the ...
 
   Nov-11-18 Nunn vs M Todorcevic, 1987
 
laskereshevsky: In the position: [DIAGRAM] ter the black's move ♖ad8 From the game: Korchnoi vs Nunn, 1981 show Nunn suffering himself by an enemy ♕ in the weak square d6... In the 2 games the black's pawns formation is identical, the white's totally different but the ...
 
   Nov-06-18 Keres vs Capablanca, 1938
 
laskereshevsky: From what i know the only other game Capablanca was in the position after 6...♕e7+ was in this 1929 simul game Capablanca vs D E McNab, 1929 .... just in the white camp (!) ... He played 7. ♕e2 and lost... May be he hope Keres did the same choice? ... of course 7 ...
 
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