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Albert Whiting Fox vs Frank Marshall
Marshall - Fox m (1906), Manhattan CC, New York, NY USA, rd 5, Feb-??
Spanish Game: Schliemann Defense (C63)  ·  0-1



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Nov-06-07  rhedrich: Move 25.Rg4 lost a tempo afte the threat on the c pawn and that was all she wrote. Black used that tempo to switch the attack on the g-file from the rook to the versatile queen. Black could've used the tempo to get the bad bishop out earlier and the rook over to help before it was too late. The lost tempo is extremely noticeable on move 28...Rg8 because the rook can't help now. One move earlier it could've stopped the queen, but I liked Black's comfortable position by that time anyways. The knight sacrifice (which wouldn't have worked if the rook got over there) was sweet.
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  wordfunph: Albert Whiting Fox - Frank James Marshall, New York m 1906

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30...Ng3! and 0-1 for Marshall..

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A loss and two draws later, Marshalls back.
from Schliemann defense victories by InspiredByMorphy
Game 5
from Marshall - Fox (1906) by MissScarlett
May, p. 95 [Game 105 / 838]
from American Chess Bulletin 1906 (January June) by Phony Benoni

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