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Akiba Rubinstein vs Frank James Marshall
Lodz (1908), Lodz RUE, rd 8, Oct-??
Slav Defense: Modern Line (D11)  ·  1-0

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Jul-28-07  zev22407: The power of centralization strategy.
Jul-28-07  Wolfgang01: Like Alekhine, Nimzovitsch and Tarrasch said: Centralization is the best strategy. 15. e4 is an idea for me in my practice. It frees the darkfielded bishop.
Jun-20-19  Momentum Man: Rubinstein was in fine form here. Very nice tactics
Jun-20-19  RookFile: I would never dream of playing 6....Bxe5 but I guess Marshall figured he could get some dynamic play. It seems like a very risky move.

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