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Frank Marshall vs Richard Teichmann
Cambridge Springs (1904), Cambridge Springs, PA USA, rd 8, May-06
Queen's Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs Variation (D52)  ·  1-0

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Apr-21-09
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  whiteshark: <50.b4!!> would have been one of those studylike, incredible moves.


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Apr-21-09
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  whiteshark: Oops, sorry1
The comment belongs to --> J Perlis vs Albin, 1904
Apr-03-14  nummerzwei: In 'The Modern Game of Chess', Tarrasch queries 8...NxNd2. He suggests 8...NxBg5, on which he mainly analyses 9.h4 as leading to .

However, in the alternative line 9.dxc6 Nf6 (that is given short shrift), White in fact has 10.Bb5!


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Black must move his king, and accordingly White gets tremendous compensation for the piece. A sample line runs:

10...Kd8 11.c7+!! (Houdini) Kxc7 (11... Qxc7 12.h4 ) 12.Nc4 Qb4 13.a3 Qe7 14.Rc1 with a strong attack.

Sep-20-16
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  Jonathan Sarfati: Marshall again shows his underestimated endgame skills in the tricky rook endgame after a brisk typical Marshall middlegame attack.
Jan-30-19
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  HarryP: This is a very entertaining game.
Jan-08-21
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  nizmo11: Critical position:


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after 24...gxf6 White is better, but Teichmann could have refuted Marshall's play with 24... Rf7! 25. Bg5 (or 25. fxg7 Be4 26. Rg3 c3 )25...g6 26.Qh6 Be4, keeping f-line closed White has no attack, and Black can play Qxa3-Qf8 winning on Q-side..

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In 'The Modern Game of Chess', Tarrasch queries 8...NxNd2.
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