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Edward Lasker vs Frank Marshall
Lake Hopatcong (1926), Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey USA, rd 2, Jul-08
Russian Game: Three Knights Game (C42)  ·  0-1

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Apr-21-08
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  playground player: Marshall forked the Rook and Knight on the same squares twice???
Sep-05-15  savagerules: This game is hilarious! The lesser Lasker might have imbibed at the hotel bar before this game. He loses not one, but both rooks to the black bishop to g4 and both times the white knight is also at h5 at moves 21 and 27. Both players probably laughed their arses off at the end of this.
Sep-23-15
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  thegoodanarchist: This is a Berlin Wall with colors reversed, no?

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