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By Emmanuel Lasker

German chess champion Emmanuel Lasker has written an intensive but easy-to-understand guide on find out how to play chess. He explains the fundamentals, then is going directly to supply innovations and illustrated examples.

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Bxf7+! Rfe 1 , with a winning attack for White. Ne S ! Bd7 Also hopeless is 1 3 ... Nc6 (threatening mates on e7 and dS) 14 ... Nxc6 l S. Qxc6+ , picking up the Rook on a s , and 1 3 . . Ba6 1 4. Be3 with total carnage. Be3 Black can't deal with the threat of BcS. H ... Be4, 1 -0. There's simply no reply, so Black wisely resigned. One of the shortest games in my career! ye< in Hungary (along with Szabo) . In 1 9 5 0 , FIDE created the international master title. They only awarded this title to a few players, and I was quite proud to be one of them.

1 2 . NxdS! This allows the b l -Knight t o leap t o c3 and participate i n the fight for d S . 36 13 . Nxe4? Nxc6. g4! Be6 Avoiding the poor 16 . . Nc2 ? Bf2 . Rc l Bxf2 + (Hopeless is 2 1 . Ne3 2 2 . Qb3 Rb8 24. Qe3 Qd8 2 6 . Qxa7 , with a pawn more and a winning position. 2 1 . Bxf7+ Kxf7 The position has cleared up, with White emerging with an extra pawn. However, he must play cautiously due to his open kingside. Qb3 + Kf8 Black shows no interest in going into a pawn-down Rook endgame after 2 4 .

BB RdS ! I had my own ideas about how the Scheveningen should b e handled! The text lets me answer a quick wing attack by g2 -g4 with a central counterstrike by . . d6-dS or . . e6-e S . Qe l NaS ! AFT E R TH E WAR 29 This is the point of Black's setup . Nxa5 bxa5 gives Black a strong initiative thanks to the open b- and c-files, and it's doubtful if the doubled a-pawns will ever become a liability (In a way, Black gets B enko Gambit­ type queenside play without sacrificing a pawn ! ) . At the time, .

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