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Alexander Alekhine vs Frank James Marshall
New York (1927), New York, NY USA, rd 9, Mar-02
Queen's Gambit Declined: Capablanca - General (D30)  ·  1-0

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Jul-27-05  A.Alekhine: Alekhine showed good endgame and proved that he can come back after being outplayed by Marshall for a little while..
Apr-22-06  blingice: Why don't pawn weaknesses ever concern Alekhine?
Apr-22-06  zev22407: The pawns are weak but he has an active king,but I think that Marshall was better most of the game
Jun-12-06
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  Honza Cervenka: <but I think that Marshall was better most of the game> Alekhine was a Pawn up from the opening. Maybe Marshall had for a while some compensation for that but I don't see any advantage for him anywhere during this game.
Feb-14-20
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  plang: 7..cxd would have been the standard response leading to a small White edge; instead Black innovated with a pawn sacrifice 8..cxd!?. 10..cxb would have been the more consistent follow-up continuing to play for complications. 21..g6 would have been stronger preventing Nf5. Perhaps Black overlooked that 25..Nxc4? 26 Nd5! would have cost him an exchange.
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