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Edward Lasker vs Frank Marshall
Marshall - Ed Lasker US Championship (1923), USA, rd 7, Apr-09
Queen's Gambit Declined: Capablanca - General (D30)  ·  0-1

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Jul-19-18
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  offramp: After 35.Kxf2.


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It is amazing, and even humorous, to see Marshall, in a ♕ v ♕ ending, get first a powerful initiative, then an attack that wins loads of material, and then a mating attack.

It is really worth seeing.

Dec-03-19
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  samsloan: Chess Secrets I learned from the masters, ISBN 9784871871341 page 276 says 32. Rb4 was a sealed move. Overnight, Lasker had an attack of appendicitis, an ambulance was called and Lasker lost consciousness while being taken to the hospital. Lasker was put to sleep with morphine. When he awoke Marshall claimed a win and the prize money by forfeit. The doctor declared that Lasker was too weak to continue. Lasker climbed out of bed and went to the game that should have been an easy draw. However Lasker made several blunders and lost the game easily. Without this loss, the match would have ended tied.

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