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Edward Lasker vs David Janowski
New York (1924), New York, NY USA, rd 5, Mar-22
Indian Game: Capablanca Variation (A47)  ·  0-1

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Apr-29-12
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  wordfunph: "As Alekhine said in his annotations to the game, two miracles were needed to save Janowski, and I produced them both."

- Edward Lasker

Source: Chess Secrets I Learned from the Masters by Edward Lasker

Apr-29-12
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  wordfunph: 46.Qg6?? giving black the initiative 46...Bxf4+! and queen penetration 47...Qb2+
Feb-08-19  Howard: New in Chess (2019/1) alluded to this game, and quoted Edward Lasker as saying that if he'd been any younger, he'd "have taken cynanide" after botching this game.

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