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William Ewart Napier vs Frank James Marshall
ch city m (1898), Brooklyn, rd 3, Mar-04
Queen's Gambit Declined: Albin Countergambit (D08)  ·  0-1

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Feb-17-02  knight: If 17.Qxd4 Re6 and if then 18.Qxc5? then Nxf3 mate.
Aug-20-07  beenthere240: If 17. Qxd4 Nxf3 and picks up the queen.
Nov-21-07  amprofff: How does black win the queen after 18. gxf3? 18... Re8+ 19. Be2.

If 17. Qxd4 Re6 18. Be2 I can't find anything good for black. 18... Qxd4 19. Rxd4 Rfe8 doesn't work because of 20. Re4 and there doesn't seem to be anything else.

Mar-31-08  notyetagm: Position after 22 ... c7-c6!


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Position after 23 ♖d5xa5 ♕e7-d8! 0-1


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This position comes right out of <QUEEN FORKS 101>.

Dec-24-09  rjsolcruz: Napier moved his Q out early in the opening and did not castle early.
Sep-07-13
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  ChemMac: Doesn't 15...f5 win a R? 16. Qe2 d3 17. R:d3 N:d3+
18.Kd2 Q:e2+ 19.B:e2 a4
Mar-05-14  yureesystem: Frank Marshall was much under appreciated, he truly one of great players of the past; he simply destroy a very strong master Napier. Pillsbury had a hard time against Napier.
Mar-05-14  JimNorCal: <yureesystem>: "Marshall was much under appreciated"

Well, Marshall had his troubles against Lasker, but I believe other players suffered from the same weakness. :)

Jan-20-16
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  dernier loup de T: OK, JimNorCal, Marshall was a great player, but Tarrasch, and later Capablanca too, mmm?
Apr-28-18
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  FSR: <ChemMac: Doesn't 15...f5 win a R? 16. Qe2 d3 17. R:d3 N:d3+ 18.Kd2 Q:e2+ 19.B:e2 a4>

Yes! Good catch.

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