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  • Laskering
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    Lasker Lasker | London, England

    Joined: Jul 17, 2012

  • lasker-c67
    Online Dec 19, 2015

    lasker lasker | مازندران, Iran

    Joined: Dec 19, 2015

  • lasker
    Online Jan 10, 2017

    james lake | tirana, Albania

    Joined: May 20, 2008

  • jay_18
    Online Jun 2, 2008

    jay lasker | brookshire, United States

    Joined: Jun 2, 2008

  • Lasker1
    Online Nov 30, 2008

    Emanuel Lasker | Germany

    Joined: Oct 17, 2008

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  • Santasiere's Folly

    batgirl Mar 15, 2017, 11:49 AM

      Anthony Edward Santasiere - This name evokes images of the New York chess scene during the 1920, 30s and 40s:  Frank Marshall, Edward Lasker, Albert Pinkus, Fred Reinfeld, Sammy Reshevsky, Abe Kupchik,...

  • Can You Smell Chess Moves?

    GM Gserper Mar 4, 2017, 10:30 PM

    In the beginning of the 1990s, I established a certain routine. Whenever I set foot in Moscow (and I did it pretty frequently), I would visit the Central Chess Club and climb a narrow staircase to the third floor...

  • Who Has The Most Best Game Prizes?

    IM Silman Mar 2, 2017, 4:27 AM

    Before you read this article, have some fun and try to guess who has won the most best game prizes (usually a brilliancy prize but sometimes a positional masterpiece). Did you pick a player? Okay, then let’s...

  • American Woman - Part VI

    batgirl Mar 1, 2017, 11:49 AM

      Preface:      An official U.S. Women's Chess Championship has existed for nearly 80 years.  The USCF lists 1937 as the first year.  There have been many strong and important...

  • American Woman - Part IV

    batgirl Feb 1, 2017, 11:15 AM

      Preface:      An official U.S. Women's Chess Championship has existed for nearly 80 years.  The USCF lists 1937 as the first year.  There have been many strong and important...

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  • February in Review

    TheChessPlayingCoder Mar 1, 2017, 3:14 AM

    Towards the middle of February I took the opportunity to reflect on my Goals, Ambitions and Progress I had set out for myself at the start of the year.  I will be honest enough to admit that I might have overestimated...

  • Viacheslav Ragozin!

    kamalakanta Feb 26, 2017, 3:20 PM

      I have seen Ragozin's name mentioned many times, but never really explored his games. At a friend's request, I will post a few of his games. Viacheslav Ragozin Viacheslav Vasilyevich Ragozin (Russian: Вячеслав...

  • Alekhine Learns from Rubinstein and Lasker!

    kamalakanta Feb 16, 2017, 6:53 PM

    Akiba Rubinstein "You learn more from your losses than from your wins." This is true, because your losses show you which areas you need to work on and improve, to become a better player and...

  • Velimirovic-Bronstein...A Masterpiece at 70!

    kamalakanta Feb 14, 2017, 9:38 AM

    Players are supposed to "decline" as they age. However, some players do not! Korchnoi and Smyslov are good examples of these exceptions to the rule, and before them, the great Emanuel Lasker! But Bronstein, come...

  • A Work of Art- Bronstein-Zaitsev, Lasker memorial 1968

    kamalakanta Feb 13, 2017, 9:01 AM

    This game is very special, which is why I want to share it with the readers of chess.com. Zaitsev was 33 years old, Bronstein was 44. The game has a special beauty! White opens up the queenside in the style of the...

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