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Eugene Delmar vs Emanuel Lasker
Exhibition game (1901) (exhibition), New York, NY USA, rd 1, Apr-29
Queen Pawn Game: Mason Attack (D00)  ·  0-1

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Nov-29-11  tonsillolith: That ending was brootle.
Nov-29-11  standardwisdom: White lost unnecessary momentum with 23. Ba4.

Instead, 23. Nc6+ Nxc6. 24. Bc6 seems to be better for white. No side has a clear advantage, but as the game played out, by move 30, white was just lost.

<tonsillolith: That ending was brutal>. Indeed, but white had lost a few moves before already.

Nov-30-11  tonsillolith: <<tonsillolith: That ending was brutal>. Indeed, but white had lost a few moves before already.>

Please don't misquote me.

Nov-30-11  standardwisdom: <tonsillolith: Please don't misquote me.> I forgot to mention, I work at the newspaper. ;-) Oh btw, you are brootle in typechecking.
Nov-30-11  tonsillolith: Me and my kin don't take kindly to folks from the so-called "noosepaper." We reckon it's downright barbaric, whatever it may be.
Oct-14-14  TheFocus: This was not a simultaneous exhibition game.

This was one of eight exhibition games given against players of the Manhattan chess club. Game 1, played April 29.

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