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Emanuel Lasker vs Rudolph L Sze
Simul, 29b (1910) (exhibition), Washington, D.C. USA, Apr-21
Latvian Gambit: Accepted (C40)  ·  0-1



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Dec-24-05  ughaibu: The great tactician and defender, then again, the Latvian is the Latvian.
May-08-06  notyetagm: <ughaibu> Sze was not Latvian, he was Chinese!

See the great article "The Mysterious Chess Life of Rudolph L. Sze" in The Skittles Room over at

May-08-06  s4life: He studied in my alma mater! :)
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  gambitfan: A superb defence against the Latvian Gambit...
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  gambitfan: By interversion of moves, also called the Philidor Counter Gambit!
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  gambitfan: Kimura played Bg5
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  TheFocus: From a simul in Washington, D.C. on April 22, 1910.

Lasker scored +22=3-4.

Feb-05-18  RookFile: Lasker was just waiting for his opponent in this simul to make a mistake. It's a way to win. The problem is, he didn't.
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  MissScarlett: <From a simul in Washington, D.C. on April 22, 1910.>

This and the other Washington simul games (vs. Stephenson, Wootton, Sournin, Knapp) were played on the 21st. See the Washington <Evening Star>, April 22nd 1910, p.22. Whyld, apparently, was misled by the <ACB>, 1910, p.140.

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