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Great Predecessors on Pillsbury-Lasker



 
 
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Old July 18th 03, 03:35 PM
Charles Blair
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Default Great Predecessors on Pillsbury-Lasker

Hanon Russell's review of MY GREAT PREDECESSORS on www.chesscafe.com
reproduces the book's account of a famous game in which Lasker first
offers a rook on c3, then again on a3. I did a superficial comparison
with the annotations in THE WORLD'S GREAT CHESS GAMES (Nunn, Burgess,
Emms). Although there was some overlap, it seemed that Kasparov was
offering some insights not present in the earlier account. Can anyone
recommend another source for in-depth analysis of this game?
 




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