Janowsky vs Lasker
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[Event "Match"] [Site "?"] [Round "0"] [White "Janowsky"] [Black "Lasker"] [Result "1-0"] [FEN "4rk2/1ppn1p1p/p2p1P2/8/5P2/1P3Q2/PBP2KPP/4r3 w - - 0 1"] {The Queen on the attack It is true enough that two Rooks are generally stronger than the Queen, but in positions where the player with the Rooks has his King exposed, so that it can be checked from left and right, things are different. The Queen's great mobility gives her all sorts of chances. The pawn on f6 guarantees White a winning advantage.} 1. Qxb7 $2 (1. Qh5 { would have been decisive} 1... R8e2+ (1... R8e6 2. f5 R6e4 3. Bc3 R1e3 4. Qh6+) (1... R8e4 2. Qxh7 Ke8 3. h4) (1... R8e3 2. Bc3 {forces transition to an ending }) 2. Qxe2 Rxe2+ 3. Kxe2 {easy endgame}) 1... R1e2+ 2. Kf3 Rxc2 3. Bd4 a5 4. Qb5 Nc5 5. Qxa5 Nd3 6. Be3 (6. -- Ne1+ 7. Kg4 Rxg2+) 6... d5 7. Bd2 $1 { Because White had wandered off on a side track, the Black rooks were suddenly becoming very active.} (7. -- Ne1+ 8. Qxe1 d4 9. Qb4+ c5) 7... c5 8. Kg3 Nc1 ( 8... d4 9. f5 Nc1 (9... -- 10. Bh6+ Kg8 11. Qb5) (9... Ne5 10. Bh6+ Kg8 11. Qb5 Rd8 12. Qf1 d3 13. Qe1 $1 d2 (13... Nc6 14. Qe3) 14. Bxd2 Rcxd2 15. Qxe5) 10. Bh6+ Kg8 11. Qb5 Rd8 12. Qf1 Nxa2 13. Qf4 $18) 9. Bxc1 Rxc1 10. Qd2 { Black's trump (the passed pawn) is gone} 1-0
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WhiteJanowsky
BlackLasker
Game
Moves10
Opening
Result1-0
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Location?
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