Emanuel Lasker needs no introduction. Lasker held a world chess championship title for 27 (!!) years. In his prime he was the most dominant and influential chess player. Lasker is considered to be one of the greatest chess players ever. He was known to use a “psychological” approach. Sometimes he deliberately played not the strongest moves, just to intimidate and confuse his opponents. He have written multiple books on chess methods, but most players found them rather confusing. Lasker disagreed with much of the modern opening theory.
Let’s take a look at 10 of the Lasker’s best chess games:
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