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Kelly / Bateman vs Em. Lasker / Brodsky
Consultation simul, 3b (1908) (exhibition), Manchester ENG, Apr-01
Queen's Gambit Declined: Modern Variation (D50)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Dec-07-14  TheFocus: This was a consultation simul at the Manchester Chess Club between Kelly & Bateman versus Lasker & Brodsky in Manchester, England on April 1, 1908.

Lasker scored +2=1-0.

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  MissScarlett: Bateman is most likely <Harry Bateman> who hailed from Manchester:

Kelly may well be Thomas J Kelly

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  mifralu: Brodsky is most likely <Adolph Brodsky>, also from Manchester:

He also played against Lasker in Manchester on December 20, 1898 (Schiller Anstalt).

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The game was concluded as follows:
1. Rg3 a4 2. Bd4 Qxd6 3. c3 axb3 4. Qf5 Bc8 5. Rxg7+ Kxg7 6. Qg5+ and wins. 1-0

<London Daily News, 27 December 1898, p. 3>

May-15-20  Jean Defuse: ...

Lasker's consulting partner was the brilliant Russian violinist <Adolph Davidovich Brodsky> - I will upload some games by him...


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Featured in the Following Game Collections[what is this?]
London Daily News, 27 December 1898, p. 3
from Publications by Year and Unconfirmed Source 5 by fredthebear
Manchester (+2 -0 =1) 01.04.1908
from Lasker's Great British Tour (1908) by MissScarlett
Manchester (+2 -0 =1) 01.04.1908
from Lasker's Great British Tour (1908) by mifralu

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