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David Janowski vs Emanuel Lasker
Lasker - Janowski World Championship Match (1910), Berlin GER, rd 2, Nov-09
Rubinstein Opening: Bogoljubow Defense (D05)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-02-08  Knight13: I like 5...c4 better, which gains more space on the queen side and makes the bishop go to a less effective square.
Apr-18-14  Karpova: The game was adjourned after <33.h4>.

Source: Dr. Emanuel Lasker, "Pester Lloyd", 1910.11.12, p. 7

Jun-07-17  RookFile: It's kind of funny. I know that a move like 5...c4 is supposed to be a criminal move, since it limits black's possibilties for queenside play. However, looking at the specific position after 5....c4 6. Be2 b5 the game is close to equal, perhaps the slightest of advantages for white. In short, in this specific position 5....c4 does appear playable.
Feb-26-18  Serpentin: Janowski ouvre avec 1.d4 et bientot on se retrouve dans une Attaque Stonewall... mais tout au long de la partie, les noirs semblent toujours détenir un petit ⩲ en fait lorsqu'ils arrivent a échanger le fou noir des blancs Janowski doivent se tenir aux aguets! mais il joue tres bien la finale de tours et la partie s'achemine lentement maius surement vers une partie nulle.
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