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Edward Lasker vs Samuel D Factor
Chicago (1926), Chicago, IL USA, rd 8, Aug-28
Semi-Slav Defense: Quiet Variation (D30)  ·  0-1

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Sep-23-10
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  FSR: Say what? First, this was Edward Lasker, not Emanuel Lasker. Second, the game score is wrong; 13.Bxh7+?? is a ridiculous move (13...Nxh7 0-1).
Sep-23-10
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  Phony Benoni: Not to mention that the result should be <0-1>, since Factor won the game (Di Felice's <Chess Results, 1921-1930>, p. 153).
Mar-06-13  Caissanist: Website with the crosstable from this tournament, which confirms that Factor won: http://storiascacchi.altervista.org... .
Mar-06-13  JimNorCal: Sure, but other than the names of the players, the result and the game score do you have any queries, corrections or comments about this game? :)
Mar-06-13
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  Phony Benoni: I would like to submit a correction slip, but I'd also like to find the correct score first. No need to fix it twice if that can be avoided.
Mar-07-13
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  Phony Benoni: Flash from the Bistro: thanks to <rookhouse>, we may have the correct score of the game. It looks like the scoresheet was missing 13.Bg5, to which Black responded with 13...Bxh2+. It's a nice little cheapo that way.

Biographer Bistro

This would also explain why our score cut off with 14...g6 (actually 15.g3). The next move was <15.NxB>, obviously impossible in our version, but <15...Nxe4> in the actual game.

Jan-02-15
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  Phony Benoni: <FSR> Here's one you can take off Game Collection: Games with notation errors

Thanks to User: rookhouse who did the work to find and decipher the correct score.

Jan-02-15
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  FSR: <Phony Benoni> and <rookhouse> - Thanks!

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