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Emanuel Lasker vs Frank James Marshall
Lasker - Marshall World Championship Match (1907), USA, rd 12, Mar-19
French Defense: Classical. Swiss Variation (C11)  ·  1-0
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Mar-01-08  Knight13: This is insane. Marshall made a bunch of bad moves.
Mar-01-08  stanleys: <Knight13> Stop spamming man!
Mar-01-08  Knight13: <stanleys> There's a difference between spamming and kibitzing very fast.

Anyway, 12...Rg8 and 6...cxd4 isn't that good.

Mar-04-09
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  Honza Cervenka: Quite desperate attempt of Marshall to launch Kingside attack which completely failed to materialize. After 21.Bf5! he could have just resign.
Aug-15-09  MarvinTsai: Strange, Lasker always got something to refute Marshal's traps, sacrifices, surprises... through the entire match.
Feb-07-15  poorthylacine: 23. Qxd8+!?: a Capablanca like move!! Winning, even
23.Qg7! was stronger!
Jan-12-19
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  OrangeTulip: This game reminds me to Monthy Python’s movie ‘the holy Grail’. The scene with the knight who won’t give up the fight despite having lost his legs, his arms, etc.
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