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Sidney Paine Johnston vs Frank James Marshall
Marshall - Johnston m (1900), Chicago, IL USA, rd 15, Jan-21
Queen's Gambit Declined: Albin Countergambit (D08)  ·  0-1

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Feb-18-02  knight: Marshall's combiation 23...Rc1! a combination that he would see in his sleep is nevertheless pretty enough.
Jan-04-06  prinsallan: Nice to see Frank James Marshall with his Rooks.
He plays soo good each and everytime he gets through with them. Also he uses the pawns brilliantly, using them as major threats.

I have watched 3 games today with him, each time he pushes a pawn up until the inavoidable. Good Game.

Sep-11-09  JimmyVermeer: Chessgames.com is missing games 10 and 11 from this match. Anyone know where I might find the scores of those 2 games?
May-08-17  zanzibar: Funny, I have a source saying the game only lasted 30 moves:

Sidney Paine Johnston (kibitz #13)

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