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Ditlevsen vs Emanuel Lasker
Simul, 24b (1919) (exhibition), Nakskov DEN, Nov-20
Four Knights Game: Italian Variation. Noa Gambit (C47)  ·  1-0

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Oct-15-08  wrap99: Is it possible that Lasker was white in this game?
Oct-15-08
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  sleepyirv: In simulations, the simulator is usually white.
Oct-16-08  wrap99: so, looks like an error. I doubt if Lasker would have lost so badly.
May-11-13
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  Jonathan Sarfati: I think it's a typical odd blunder by simul giver, 19... c5 and losing his strong ♙ centre. It's harder to believe that Lasker would play such a crappy variation as White.
Dec-15-13  martin moller: In 1919 E.Lasker gave a simultanious tour in denmark and travelled to 24 cities, among them Nakskov in the South of Zealand, where he faced 24 opponents, loosing one game against Editor Ditlevsen.
Dec-09-14  TheFocus: From a simul in Nakskov, Denmark on November 20, 1919.

Laker's score is not known against 24 opponents.

Feb-26-16
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  MissScarlett: Is Editor his name or his job?
Feb-26-16  zanzibar: <MissS> too lazy to click on the guy's link?

Ditlevson (kibitz #1)

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February, p. 28 [Game 13 / 3700]; p. 89 [Game 51 / 3738]
from American Chess Bulletin 1920 by Phony Benoni

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