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Emanuel Lasker vs James Mortimer
Casual Game (1892), London ENG, Sep-14
French Defense: Exchange Variation (C01)  ·  0-1

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Feb-09-06  Arpit Deliwala: 40.h5? I never expected this type of bad play by Lasker!
Feb-10-06  who: By that point the game is lost anyway; the c-pawn marches till the white rook needs to stalemate itself at c1 and then black can go pawn picking.
Nov-06-06  Whitehat1963: Another great performance from the Player of the Day! Was this a regulation tournament game, or a casual game?
Nov-06-06  Karpova: This was probably an off-hand game according to this article: http://www.chesscafe.com/text/spinr...
Nov-21-06  RonB52734: <Karpova> What a great article! Thanks for the link.
Nov-07-14
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  TheFocus: Played at the British Chess Club in London on September 12. An informal game.

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