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Frank James Marshall vs Edward Lasker
Marshall - Ed Lasker US Championship (1923), USA, rd 4, Apr-02
Tarrasch Defense: Prague Variation (D33)  ·  1-0

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  fredthebear: German (Danish) Symbols:

K König (king)
D Dame, Königin (lady, queen)
T Turm (tower)
L Läufer (runner)
S Springer, Pferd, Rössel (jumper, horse)
(B) Bauer (peasant)

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