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Magnus Smith vs Emanuel Lasker
Simul, 14b (1907) (exhibition), Winnipeg CAN, Jun-07
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. Hedgehog Variation (C66)  ·  1-0

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Nov-20-14
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  tpstar: Go Magnus.
Nov-21-14  barabas: First post. :)
Nov-22-14
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  OhioChessFan: Can't find anything to disagree with in any of your posts <barabas>
Nov-22-14  heuristic: 19...Nf6?!
is squeezed with 20.h3 21.Bg5 22.Bh4

22...Be7? 23.g4!

like how WHT keeps the BLK B blocked behind its pawns

Dec-03-14  TheFocus: From a simul in Winnipeg, Canada on June 7 or 8, 1907.

Lasker's score is unknown.

Apr-23-17
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  MissScarlett: The <Winnipeg Tribune> of Saturday, June 8th 1907, confirms this game took place on Friday, the 7th; Lasker scored +12 -2, losing to Smith and <R.W. Worsley>. The game score isn't given (it appeared later in <Lasker's Chess Magazine>), but Smith's second effort, on the Saturday, as reported in the <Tribune> on the 10th, was won by Lasker.

Lasker's full results in Winnipeg are given on the 10th:

Fri, 7th: +12 -2 =0
Sat afternoon, 8th: +7 -1 =0
Sat evening, 8th: +13 -2 =2

Overall: +32 -5 =2

Lasker is quoted on the 8th:

<"What do I think of the chess players of Winnipeg?" Well I think that Winnipeg has some very excellent members and is undoubtedly the strongest chess centre in Canada. Of course I could hardly form any opinion of the real strength of Magnus Smith, your champion, but he is a player who I should meet alone rather than in simultaneous play.>

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