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Viktor Tietz vs Emanuel Lasker
Breslau Hauptturnier A (1889), Breslau GER, rd 7, Jul-19
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Steinitz Deferred (C79)  ·  0-1

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Nov-22-06  Maatalkko: 11...h5! is a fine move. This is an excellent game, and I will fully study it later. I only found it because I saw <keypusher>'s excellent collection, "Why Lasker Matters".

I think those book-based themes are great, because they point out which games are worth looking at in the database. Also, they give a preview of the book. I will buy "Why Lasker Matters" if I ever see it in the store at a reasonable price.

Nov-22-06  technical draw: Why does Lasker matter? I don't know, I'll ask her. hahahaha.....
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  nasmichael: Thanks, <keypusher>. We appreciate the addition.
Nov-08-09  Everett: 10.Ne2?
11..h5 and 12..Bh4 stop the Ng3 plan, after which black is in control.
Jan-14-20  iron john: 28.b3 ant then rg2.
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