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Shelby Lyman vs Benjamin Greenwald
Marshall Chess Club championship (1964), New York
Scandinavian Defense: Marshall Variation (B01)  ·  1-0
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Mar-19-12  Llawdogg: That was quick.
Mar-19-12  RookFile: Should he have preferred 10....Nh4?
Nov-26-12
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  GrahamClayton: <RookFile>Should he have preferred 10....♘h4?

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10...♘h4 11.♕g4 ♗e7 12.♕xg7 ♖f8 13.♕xh7 looks pretty good for White.

May-29-13
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  FSR: <GrahamClayton> 11...Nf5! and "Black is OK!" Sort of. At least it beats the game continuation.
May-30-13
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  andrewjsacks: Shades of Marshall-Rogosin. What did Philidor say about pawns?
May-30-13
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  Phony Benoni: If Black is OK after 11...Nf5, I don't want to be OK:


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Simply 12.Nb5 looks like a crush. Even without a sarcastic 12.g4 thrown in first.

Note, by the way, that the decisive blow is made with the already developed piece. As A. J. Dirp always said: "Never move a piece twice before you have moved it once."

May-30-13
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  FSR: <Phony Benoni> I was talking about in <Graham Clayton>'s line: 10...Nh4 11.Qg4 and now I'm suggesting 11...Nf5.
May-30-13
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  Phony Benoni: <FSR> Oh. In that case you're right that the line is better than the game, but I still have faith in White's strategy--especially since the game was played at the Marshall Chess Club.
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