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Emanuel Lasker vs Gustave Simonson
Match series (1892), New York, NY USA, rd 1, Oct-11
Spanish Game: Steinitz Defense (C62)  ·  1-0

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May-11-11  TheFocus: This was not a simultaneous game. It was part of an exhibition match series against members of the Manhattan Chess Club. Lasker won 2-1 against Simonson.
May-24-12  blazerdoodle: For one moment it seemed like black had all those extra pawns for the piece, but they Lasker seemed to paw his positon to mush.
May-24-12
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  Calli: 20...Ne5 saves the piece because if 21.Rxg7? then Qa1+ picks up the h1 rook.
May-25-12
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  offramp: Simonson may have rejected 20...Ne5 owing to 21.Rxg7, but then white wins with 21...Qa1+.
May-25-12
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  Calli: <offramp> Hmm I've see that analysis somewhere...
Nov-09-14  TheFocus: This is Match Game 1 from a series of matches played against members of the Manhattan Chess Club.

This game was played on October 11, 1892.

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