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Old July 17th 03, 12:30 PM
Javier Marcelo
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Default Lasker & Lasker ?

They aren't the same person. Edward is not Emmanuel's short name.
Javier Marcelo


"Yanks Gerber" escribió en el mensaje
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Edward and Emmanuel?

Surely this is the same person?

I mean, wasn't edward just short name for Emmanuel ?

I don't understand this..

please help
thanks in advance
yanks




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Old July 17th 03, 12:49 PM
Mark Houlsby
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"Yanks Gerber" wrote in message ...
Edward and Emmanuel?

Surely this is the same person?

I mean, wasn't edward just short name for Emmanuel ?

I don't understand this..

please help
thanks in advance
yanks


This game is quite famous:

Lasker,Ed (2450) - Lasker,Em (2620) [D52]
New York, 1924

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 d5 4.Nf3 Nbd7 5.Bg5 c6 6.e3 Qa5 7.Nd2 Bb4 8.Qc2
Ne4 9.Ndxe4 dxe4 10.Bf4 0-0 11.Be2 e5 12.dxe5 Nxe5 13.0-0 Bxc3 14.Qxc3
Qxc3 15.bxc3 Re8 16.c5 Nd7 17.Bd6 b6 18.cxb6 axb6 19.Rfd1 Ba6 20.Bxa6
Rxa6 21.a4 Rea8 22.Kf1 f5 23.Rab1 R8a7 24.g4 fxg4 25.Rd4 Nf6 26.Bb8
Ra8 27.Rd8+ Kf7 28.Bc7 Rxa4 29.Rxa8 Rxa8 30.Rxb6 Nd5 31.Rb7 Ke6 32.c4
Ne7 33.Rb4 Ra1+ 34.Ke2 Ra2+ 35.Ke1 Nf5 36.Rb6 Kd7 37.Be5 Ra4 38.c5 Ke6
39.Bd6 Kd5 40.Rb7 h5 41.Bf8 g6 42.Rd7+ Kc4 43.Rd1 Ra3 44.Rd8 Nh4
45.Bg7 Nf3+ 46.Ke2 Ra2+ 47.Kf1 Rd2 48.Rxd2 Nxd2+ 49.Kg2 Kxc5 50.h3
gxh3+ 51.Kxh3 g5 0-1
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Old July 17th 03, 01:22 PM
Vincent Casasnovas
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Hello
Edward Lasker, 1885-1981, engineer, born German in Poland and emigrated in
USA, this american player and GMI wins 3 times Western Open and many other
tournaments as New York and Chigago, he have challenged Marshall for the US
Championship in 1923 (+4 =9 -5 !!!), international arbiter, he writes many
fine teaching books as "Chess Strategy", revised from time to time and
remaining very interesting
Regards
Vincent


"Yanks Gerber" a écrit dans le message de news:
...
Edward and Emmanuel?

Surely this is the same person?

I mean, wasn't edward just short name for Emmanuel ?

I don't understand this..

please help
thanks in advance
yanks




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Old July 17th 03, 02:21 PM
Vincent Casasnovas
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Default Lasker & Lasker ?

Hello
Edward Lasker, 1885-1981, engineer, born German in Poland and emigrated in
USA, this american player and GMI wins 3 times Western Open and many other
tournaments as New York and Chigago, he have challenged Marshall for the US
Championship in 1923 (+4 =9 -5 !!!), international arbiter, he writes many
fine teaching books as "Chess Strategy", revised from time to time and
remaining very interesting
Regards
Vincent



"Yanks Gerber" a écrit dans le message de news:
...
Edward and Emmanuel?

Surely this is the same person?

I mean, wasn't edward just short name for Emmanuel ?

I don't understand this..

please help
thanks in advance
yanks




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Old July 18th 03, 08:44 AM
Louis Blair
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Default Lasker & Lasker ?

Claus-Jürgen Heigl wrote (Thu, 17 Jul 2003 16:41:31 +0200):

they were relatives. Look he

http://www.logicalchess.com/info/trivia/l.html

(You have to scroll down a bit.)

Claus-Juergen


_
It says there that Edward "was a seventh cousin to Emanuel
Lasker." However, I am not sure that this site should
be trusted. It also claims that Emanuel Lasker "believed
that one of his opponents, Tarrasch, had hypnotic powers
and wanted to play him in a separate room." It claims
that Morphy "had a fetish with women's shoes", although
this story is now regarded with skepticism by many. It
refers to Morphy arriving "in Paris to play Anderssen"
although that was not the purpose of Morphy's visit to
Paris and plans for Morphy to play Anderssen in Paris
were only formulated much later. It claims that "Steinitz
took 6th place in the London 1851 tournament", although
he was not even at that tournament, being only about 15
at the time.


 




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