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Emanuel Lasker vs Abel Edward Blackmar
Exhibition game (1892), Brooklyn CC, New York, NY USA, rd 1, Nov-11
Spanish Game: Steinitz Defense (C62)  ·  1-0

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Feb-08-07  who: Maybe black should have played 31...b6 to keep white from infiltrating. Fritz finds what looks to draw with 54...Bg4! where 55.Be8 f5+! 56.Ke5 f4! 57.gxf4 gxh4 58.f5 Bxf5! 59.Kxf5 h3 60.Bf7 h2 61.Bd5 b5! is a draw. I don't know enough to say whether 54...Bg4 55.Kd3 wins.
Dec-17-10  misha1992: I know that was pretty weird letting the king in.
Nov-08-14  TheFocus: This was Match Game 1 in a series of matches played against members of the Brooklyn Chess Club.

Played on November 11, 1892.

Lasker shows off his superior endgame technique in a Bishop and Pawn ending.

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