By Andrew Soltis
Emanuel Lasker held the realm chess championship longer than the other participant in background (1894 to 1921). He competed opposed to such greats as Capablanca, Rubinstein, and Alekhine on the peak in their video game, and was once regularly successful—yet nearly not anyone stories his video games at the present time. foreign Grandmaster Andrew Soltis now rectifies that oversight with a ebook that takes the whole degree of Lasker’s genius. With greater than a hundred annotated video games, this prolonged look at the deliberating a missed chess wizard is filled with surprises—offering either a much-needed reappraisal of Lasker and a cornucopia of unpolluted insights for today’s player.
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