|Oct-28-03|| ||kevin86: "Gangway for the rook! Black resigns as mate comes next move!"-Chernev |
|Jan-12-04|| ||jfc: I believe 7...d5 was tjhe losing move. After 8.e5, Black was in trouble |
|Feb-13-04|| ||Lawrence: 12...Kd8 would have helped. (Junior 8) Could this guy's first name have been Noshtradamush? |
|Feb-13-04|| ||Catfriend: For forseeing the attack? :)|
|Feb-13-04|| ||Lawrence: Yes, and for not knowing how to spell his own name. (joke, joke) |
|Feb-13-04|| ||Catfriend: LOL it's a combination of the seer and the mushs he uses...|
|Feb-13-04|| ||Lawrence: That guy lived on thick mushy shoup. |
|Jun-07-04|| ||Whitehat1963: What a great ending! |
|Aug-25-04|| ||patzer2: Starting with 8. e5! White makes seven consecutive deflection moves to mate Frank J. Marshall in this Scotch miniature. |
|Mar-03-09|| ||WhiteRook48: Marshall?? Falling to a Q sac in 14??|
|Dec-18-09|| ||Phony Benoni: Well, it was a simul. And Marshall had the ill luck of falling for this eight years before Nimzowitsch vs Alapin, 1914, the most famous example of the queen sacrifice.|
|Dec-18-09|| ||MaxxLange: oops!|
|Jul-27-18|| ||Phony Benoni: I've located an article in the "Sioux City Journal", December 5, 1906, with a little more information about the game. |
The game was played on December 4, 1906, and was the only blemish on Marshall's record in a 12-board simul. Mr The winner's name is actually <J. P Shoup>.
|Jul-27-18|| ||MissScarlett: <Shoup to Conquer>|
|Jul-28-18|| ||zanzibar: <Shoup in a fly>|
<Marshall lands in the Shoup>
|Nov-24-18|| ||al wazir: Black does a little better with 12...Kd7, but after 13. Be6+ (13. Bxf7+ Bd6) Ke7 14. Bxc8+ wins.|
|Nov-24-18|| ||SeanAzarin: Looks like Black's last chance was to play 7... P-KR3, "putting the question" to the Bishop. Or 7... B-K2, breaking the pin.|
|Nov-24-18|| ||HeMateMe: Someone's channeling their inner 1990s hip hop.|
|Nov-24-18|| ||goodevans: <jfc: I believe 7...d5 was tjhe losing move. After 8.e5, Black was in trouble.>|
7...d5 was poor (either <7...h6> or <7...Be7> was necessary) but it was not yet losing.
I think that <11...Qxg5> was the losing move. After <11...Be6> white is better but black still has chances, e.g. <11...Be6 12.Bg6 Qxg5 13.Rxe6+ Kd7 14.Bxf7 Qf4> and black wins back the piece.
|Nov-24-18|| ||Breunor: According to the computer:
7 d5 was fine, position evaluates to 0.14. After 8 e5, black has a slight advantage after h6.
The losing move is 11 Qxg5, which evaluates to 2.54. After 11 .. Be6 black is down only about half a pawn.
|Nov-24-18|| ||Cibator: Marshall'sh well and truly in the shoup (Shcotch broth, actually).|
|Nov-24-18|| ||thegoodanarchist: From Shoup to nuts!|
|Nov-24-18|| ||dumbgai: An uncharacteristically bad game by Marshall.|