On the chessboard, lies and hypocrisy do not survive long. The creative combination lays bare the presumption of a lie; the mercilous fact, culminating in a checkmate, contradicts the hypocrite."
Emanuel Lasker: Steinitz and Lasker dominated chess for half a century. Lasker's domination of chess lasted from 1894-1920. Between them, Steinitz and Lasker established the principles of modern chess, a supremely rational approach that has endured.
Emanuel Lasker: The Life of a Chess Master, J. Hannak
Common Sense in Chess, Emanuel Lasker.
Lasker's Greatest Chess Games, 1889-1914, Fred Reinfeld (Editor), Reuben Fine (Editor).