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Li Jiajing vs Dong Mo
TCh-CHN Women (2001), Suzhou, Jiangsu CHN, rd 10, Apr-05
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. Original Marshall Attack (C89)  ·  1-0
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Dec-18-05  Holden: Now this is an exciting Marshall Gambit to play through. I like playing the Marshall Gambit as white or black.

As white against the 11...Nf6 lines, I usually try to get Bd5 in, picking up a tempo on the rook, then fianchetto the light square bishop. Black's 14...Nxf2 looks simply stunning. I'm not convinced that it is sound for slow games, but this could be quite a weapon for blitz. There are plenty of tempting looking bad moves here, including the text move 15.Kxh2.

Sep-25-06  amtr: it is really 78.Rh8#(checkmate)
Jan-29-13  Abdel Irada: <There are plenty of tempting looking bad moves here, including the text move 15.Kxh2.>

Interesting to note that the "bad" 15. Kxh2 won in this game, while 15. Bd5 lost in both other games in the database.

I haven't yet examined those two games, so it would be premature to comment on the actual merits of the move, but the results seem to raise some questions about it.

Jan-29-13  Abdel Irada: It appears that Black could indeed have got an advantage here with 19. ...Bg4! 20. Qxg4, Qxf2 21. Kd3, Qxe1, and if 22. Bh6, Qf1 23. Kc2, Qf6 . This would appear to confirm that 15. Kxh2 is dubious, and more attention is due 15. Bd5.

Privately, I hope White's defenses don't hold up. The idea of 14. g3 rather than 14. h3 seems ill-assorted with this position, and chessic justice should punish it.

In my own games, I've encountered 14. g3 a few times and done well against it, but then, all of my opponents have accepted my sac on h2. :-S

Mar-27-17  outplayer: 15.Qh5 is an interesting novelty.
Apr-22-17
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  julillo: 17...Bh2+! 18. Kg2 Bg4 19. Qd3 Rae8 is a winning variation
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