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Curt von Bardeleben vs Emanuel Lasker
Lasker - Bardeleben m (1889), Berlin GER, rd 3, Nov-16
Formation: King's Indian Attack (C26)  ·  1-0

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Sep-03-03
Premium Chessgames Member
  Honza Cervenka: If I know, then Emanuel Lasker played a match with Kurt von Bardeleben in 1889. This game is probably from that match. By the way, Edward Lasker was born in 1885.
Jul-24-04  aw1988: Emanuel Lasker was born on december 24 1868.
Jun-26-05  calman543: If he was born in 1885, then he would have only been about 9 when he won the chess crown from Steinitz in 1894.
Jun-26-05  Knight13: If he was born in 1885, then he would have only been about 9 when he won the chess crown from Steinitz in 1894.> No. he was born on December 24, 1868. The person who was born in 1885 ,who you are talking about, is Edward Lasker.
Jun-26-05  aw1988: Yes, this is from a match with Von Bardeleben in which Lasker triumphed +2 -1 =1.
Jun-27-05  Caissanist: When Chessgames makes a mistake and someone posts a correction then they will fix the error. However the original comment will stay, and often it doesn't make sense after the correction. Honza's comment appears to be one of those, it seems that this was originally posted as an Edward Lasker game.
Jun-27-05
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  offramp: In the game header it is still "Ed Lasker".
Jun-27-05
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  chessgames.com: This is true, and it's one of the reasons why we prefer to see corrections submitted via the "Spot an error? Please suggest your correction..." link at the bottom of the page.
Jun-27-05  who: And yet the scoresheet still says Ed Lasker
Nov-20-07
Premium Chessgames Member
  ketchuplover: null?
Jun-25-16  zanzibar: According to DSZ v44 N12 (Dec 1889) G-5277 p363 this was the third game, played <1898.11.16 and 18 at Cafe Kaiserhof>

Some info about the aborted match:

Lasker vs Von Bardeleben, 1889 (kibitz #5)

May-08-20  hdcc: A Lasker bombs.
May-08-20
Premium Chessgames Member
  fredthebear: It's not a KIA.

It's not a Sicilian, Closed.

This standard opening is C26 Vienna, Paulsen-Mieses variation.

A Vienna player does not want to search through tons and tons of KIA games trying to find mislabeled Viennas.

May-08-20
Premium Chessgames Member
  fredthebear: 13.f5=

Is this the game where Lasker learns the hard way to appreciate f4-f5 as a weapon? Game Collection: Lasker's Secret Weapon

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