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Emanuel Lasker vs Milton J Lockwood
Simul, 23b (1938) (exhibition), New Rochelle, NY USA, Nov-18
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense (C78)  ·  0-1



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  MissScarlett: New York Post, November 26th, 1938, p.7:

<Former World Champion Dr. Emanuel Lasker encountered twenty-three players in his simultaneous exhibition at the Hugenot Y.M.C.A., before the New Rochelle Chess Club. Former Ladderite Dr. Royal S. Davis, president of the club and K.O. Smith (although he admittedly had a superior positon) drew, while Milton J. Lockwood won with the same pieces and board with which his grandfather scored a draw in a similar exhibition in New York City thirty years ago.>

Apr-12-16  suenteus po 147: 27...Qh4 is an impressive move. One I wouldn't have found OTB, I can tell you.
Jan-10-18  reti: No draw. Lasker resigned this game.
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  MissScarlett: The full score appears in the <(New York) Sun> of November 26th, p.29, the concluding moves being:

<30. Nxe3 Qg3+ 31. Ng2 g5 32. f5 Ree8 33. e6 Qf3 34. Nc5 Qxf5 35. Rf1 Qe5 36. Rfe1 Qxb2 37. Kh2 d4 38. Red1 Qxa3 39. Ne1 Rxe6 40. Nxe6 Qd6+ 41. Kg2 Qd5+ 42. Kg3 Qxe6 43. Rxd4 Rf8 44. Nf3 Qe2 45. Rc3 Rxf3+ 46. Rxf3 Qe5+ 0-1>

<43. Nxf3 Rf8 44. Rxd4 Qe2> is probably what happened.

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