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Ossip Bernstein vs Emanuel Lasker
Exhibition game (1914), Moscow RUE, rd 1, Mar-24
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. Hedgehog Variation (C66)  ·  0-1



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Dec-06-11  Ulhumbrus: 16 Nd5 removes an obstruction from the long diagonal a1-h8 leading to White's b2 pawn whereupon Lasker plays 16..Qe5 after which the black queen occupies the long diagonal a1-h8 leading to White's b2 pawn.
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  whiteshark: <"While Lasker was in Moscow, en route to St Petersburg 1914, he played two exhibition games with Bernstein" ....>

(Source: Soltis 'Why Lasker matters', game 64)

Five weeks later these two played: O Bernstein vs Lasker, 1914

Oct-15-14  TheFocus: First of two exhibition games. Played on March 24.

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