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Frank James Marshall vs Fricis Apsenieks
Olympiad (1935), Warsaw POL, rd 8, Aug-21
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Old Variation (D20)  ·  0-1


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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-27-05  Petrocephalon: Surely 17.Nd6+.
Nov-28-05  syracrophy: 17.Nd6+ would give white some advantage, instead of 17.Re2 that left white with too many weak pawns, as it ocurred in the rest of the game. In conclusion, 17.Nd6+ would have given white some winning opportunities
Nov-28-05  erimiro1: Sorry, but 17.Nd6+ leads to: 17.-R:d6 19.Q:b4 B:b4 and black stands much better. I t was mentioned many times that Marshall's endgame technique was not that good.
Nov-29-05  Petrocephalon: Thanks erimiro1.
Apr-18-17  clement41: In the rook endgame (and potential pawn endgames) black's better because his single e6 pawn stops two white e pawns, while black benefits from a majority on the Q-side when ...c5 will liberate the b-file passer. In this spirit but also generally speaking, perhaps 32...Red7 was stronger.
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