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Scha / H Schneppe / H Schone vs Emanuel Lasker / Hermann Keidanski
Consultation game (1890), Berlin GER, Oct-??
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. l'Hermet Variation Berlin Wall Defense (C67)  ·  0-1



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Nov-29-07  Autoreparaturwerkbau: They may schoosch everyone away, but not Lasker.
Oct-15-14  TheFocus: Lasker was partnered with Keidanski and Wolff in this game. Played in October.
Oct-15-14  Shams: This was the famous "telephone book" game, where morning radio hosts challenged Lasker he couldn't beat a team comprised of three people whose names appeared in succession in the white pages. Deutsch Telecom put up the purse.
Oct-15-14  TheFocus: He gave the purse to Martha.
Oct-15-14  TheFocus: For Lasker's team, he sat in the middle.
Oct-15-14  TheFocus: "Scha" was actually Schallopp.

He invented a yummy potato dish.

Oct-15-14  Shams: <He invented a yummy potato dish.>

Oddly enough, it was potatoes au gratin.

Oct-15-14  TheFocus: Right.
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  tamar: Sounds like the perfect setup for a Tom Lehrer song.
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  Marcelo Bruno: <TheFocus>: Which yummy potato dish did Schallopp invent?
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  Dionysius1: Not schallopped potatoes

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