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Emanuel Lasker vs Nikolai Riumin
Moscow (1936), Moscow URS, rd 9, May-24
Sicilian Defense: Dragon. Classical Variation Maroczy Line (B74)  ·  1-0

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May-09-05  chess man: Nice example of Lasker converting a material advantage into a win.
Mar-23-08  Helios727: Why not 68... Kxa4 ?
Mar-23-08
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  Phony Benoni: <Helios727> If 68...Kxa4, than White plays 69.b6 with the threat of 70.Nd8 and 71.b7. Black would not be able to bring his king back to defend as 69...Kb5 allows the fork 70.Na7+.

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