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David Janowski vs Frank James Marshall
Janowski - Marshall, Match 2 (1905), Paris FRA, rd 16, Mar-04
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  1-0

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Mar-10-06  Knight13: I was once beaten like this, just like this in the final position. Who likes it as Black? :p
Sep-14-15  Everett: Good N vs bad B is enhanced by the presence of some heavy pieces. Easy for Janowski to win a pawn and trade down to a winning endgame.
Apr-15-18
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  Phony Benoni: <knight13> Only 12 years late.

In the final position now appearing:


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Black can play 48...rxe5+ followed by 49...Rc5, and play on. He's still lost, but it's not immediately devastating.

However, there is a typo in the score."AMerican Chess Bulletin", March 1905, p.162 gives <45...Rc4<, resulting in this final position:


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When 48...Re4+ is ineffective.

I'll send in a correction, not that anyone is likely to look at this game for another twelve years. But at least that means <CG> will still be around in 2030.

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