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NN vs Emanuel Lasker
Casual game (1905) (exhibition), USA
Center Game: Von der Lasa Gambit (C21)  ·  0-1

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Nov-27-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: <14.Qxc6> (hehe i forked both Lasker's rooks, take this! haha) <14...Re6> (simple question: what do you prefer to lose: [a] a queen or [b] a game) <15.> (#$?***#$%!!!)

Funny stuff.

Nov-28-06  tino72: Reminiscent of a story from a former Irish champion:

Eamonn Keogh

(You can find an audio recording of this at Mark Orr's Irish Chess Archive.)

"I'll tell you a funny story. I was once asked to present the prizes at the community games out in Ballyfermot in Dublin and as part of the day's activities I gave a simultaneous against all the kids who'd won a prize. I saw a pretty queen sacrifice on one of the boards and played the move. Then, when I came round again, this red haired freckled eight year old swiped my queen and called over his mates who clustered round the board. Next time around I made a quiet pawn move and the kid was showing the captured queen to all his mates. The next time around I said check, and the next time around I said mate. He looked up and his face was bright red and he said "Well **** ya mister!" from the depth of his heart"

Nov-28-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: <tino72> Thanks, that's a nice story. It seems that chess can always offer a few of those, doesn't it? :)
May-05-20
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  MissScarlett:


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This position (Black to move) is given on p.141 of <Lasker's Chess Magazine>, vol.ii, July 1905. The game itself is #712 in <Whyld 1998>, citing <LCM>, with <Moves 1-9 are reconstructed.>

Fair enough except Lasker has: <An interesting position arose after a few moves of a Queen's Gambit in an "individual" game without time limit.>

A free (non-premium) membership to anyone who can outdo Whyld and satisfy both stipulations.

May-05-20
Premium Chessgames Member
  beatgiant: <MissScarlett> I'm stumped on how to play a Queen's Gambit and end with the pawn on c2, but here's some kind of free, non-premium Colle System, albeit in 11 moves:

1. d4 d5
2. e3 e6
3. Qd3 Bb4+
4. Bd2 Bxd2+
5. Qxd2 Nf6
6. Qb4 Nc6
7. Qa4 0-0
8. Nc3 e5
9. dxe5 Nxe5
10. Bd3 Nc6
11. e4

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