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David Janowski vs Frank Marshall
Simul, 22b (1899) (exhibition), Hamilton Club, New York NY USA, Jan-28
Slav Defense: General (D10)  ·  0-1



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Feb-05-04  Whitehat1963: Marshall comes up with a brilliant counter!
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  technical draw: Who's simul is this?
Feb-05-04  InspiredByMorphy: Great game. Marshall didnt even have to develop his queen knight or rook. I really enjoy how he moved the f pawn early in the game. Clearing the f-file proved fatal for white.
Feb-05-04  fred lennox: Marshal does a good job to prevent white from castling. If 16 Qc2...Qg2, now 0-0-0 is forced loosing a bishop.
Feb-05-04  Calli: <TD> My DB shows it as an offhand game, not a simul. I guess as a result of it, the two played a short four match with Janowski winning 3 to 1.
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  Pawn and Two: One week after completing his 3-1 win (best of 5 series) over Marshall, Janowski gave a simultaneous exhibition at the Hamilton Club in Brooklyn on January 28, 1899.

The book "Young Marshall" by John Hilbert tells how Janowski faced a hand-picked group of 22, that included F.J. Marshall, J.M. Hanham, Chadwick, the Secretary of the Brookln Chess Club, William de Visser and Phillip Richardson, all being strong players.

Janowski finished the exhibition with a score of 9-9, with 4 draws.

Nov-26-07  Calli: <Pawn and Two> Thanks, I can correct my Marshall file.

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