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Emanuel Lasker vs Dion Martinez
Match series (1892), Franklin CC, Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 1, Dec-20
Bishop's Opening: Boden-Kieseritsky Gambit (C27)  ·  1-0



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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-13-07  Infohunter: Black just didn't have an answer to that last move of White's. It is to be admitted, though, that he could have delayed the end either with a) 19...Rg8 20.Nf6 Rg7 or b) 19...Ne6 20.Nf6 Ng5, but playing it out a Queen down would have been hopeless, especially against Dr. Lasker.
Nov-19-13  paderamo:

Not played in a simul.

Nov-08-14  TheFocus: Match Game 1 in a series of matches against members of the Franklin Chess Club of Philadelphia. Played on December 20, 1892.
Feb-01-21  Gaito: Playing against Emanuel Lasker was like playing against Stockfish12. Just take a look at the computer evaluations: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.Bc4 Nxe4 4.Nc3 (Boden Kieseritzky Gambit) Be7? (⌓ 4...Nxc3) 5.Nxe5 Ng5? (⌓ 5...Nd6) 6.d4 (Ev.+1.14; 6.f4!?±) d6? (⌓ 6...O-O±) 7.Bxg5(+ −)(Ev.+2.71) dxe5 8.Bxe7 Qxe7 9.Nd5 Qd6 (⌓ Qd8) 10.Qe2 (Ev.+4.17) c6 11.dxe5 Qd8 12. Nf4 O-O 13.O-O Kh8? (⌓ Na6) 14.Qh5 (Ev.+5.37) Qe8 15.Rad1 (15.Rfe1) Nd7 16.Rfe1 (Ev.+5.32) b5 17.Bd3 (Ev.+6.28) g6 18.Qh6 (Ev.+8.30) Nc5 19.Nh5 (mate in 9) 1-0. 19...Rg8 20.Nf6 Rg7 21.Nxe8 Ne6 22.Nxg7 Bd7 23.Bxg6! Ng5 (23...fg 24.Rxd7 mate in 3) 24.Nh5 Rg8 25.Bd3 (Δ Qf6+) Ne4 26.Bxe4 Rxg2+ 27.Bxg2 ~ 28.Qg7 mate.
Feb-01-21  Gaito: Playing against Emanuel Lasker was like playing against Stockfish12. Just take a look at the computer evaluations: 1.e4 e5 2.♘f3 ♞f6 3.♗c4 ♞xe4 4.♘c3 (Boden Kieseritzky Gambit) ♝e7? (⌓ 4...♞xc3) 5.♘xe5 ♞g5? (⌓ 5...♞d6) 6.d4 (Ev.+1.14; 6.f4!?±) d6? (⌓ 6...O-O±) 7.♗xg5(+ −)(Ev.+2.71) dxe5 8.♗xe7 ♛xe7 9.♘d5 ♛d6 (⌓ ♛d8) 10.♕e2 (Ev.+4.17) c6 11.dxe5 ♛d8 12. ♘f4 O-O 13.O-O ♚h8? (⌓ ♞a6) 14.♕h5 (Ev.+5.37) ♛e8 15.♖ad1 (15.♖fe1) ♞d7 16.♖fe1 (Ev.+5.32) b5 17.♗d3 (Ev.+6.28) g6 18.♕h6 (Ev.+8.30) ♞c5 19.♘h5 (mate in 9) 1-0. 19...♜g8□ 20.♘f6 ♜g7□ 21.♘xe8 ♞e6 22.♘xg7 ♝d7 23.♗xg6! ♞g5 (23...fg 24.♖xd7 mate in 3) 24.♘h5 ♜g8□ 25.♗d3 (Δ ♕f6+) ♞e4 26.♗xe4 ♜xg2+ 27.♗xg2 ~ 28.♕g7 mate.

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