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Alfred K Ettlinger vs Emanuel Lasker
Lasker - Ettlinger (1893), New York, NY USA, rd 1, Sep-06
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. General (C68)  ·  0-1

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Apr-18-12  goldenbear: Wow, what an exciting game! GOTD?
May-11-14
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  offramp: Yes, <Goldenbear>, a really good game. I think Lasker had a lot of it worked out, even though it looks hair-raising.

He plays 15...♗e6:a2


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I think it is possible that he saw the next few moves during which Ettlinger wins a pawn. White's queen is chased to b1 and the black rooks take up perfect positions after 19...♖e8-b8


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That looks like a won position for black to me.

After 27...♘f6-e5 it is obvious that white will not last long.


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Nov-08-14  TheFocus: Match Game 1. Lasker gave Ettlinger draw odds. Played on September 6, 1893.
Nov-08-14  TheFocus: Match Game 1. Lasker gave Ettlinger draw odds. Played on September 6, 1893 at the Manhattan Chess Club.
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