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Oldrich Duras vs Frank James Marshall
Marshall - Duras (1913), New York, NY USA, rd 2, Sep-30
Queen's Gambit Declined: Manhattan Variation (D51)  ·  0-1



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Aug-04-11  LIFE Master AJ: Nice game by the "Grand Old Man of Chess."

Who says that Marshall could not play endgames?

Aug-04-11  LIFE Master AJ: Manhattan Variation is today's opening line.
Jul-04-12  vovan47: And today's.
Jan-08-14  chesssalamander: And today's!
Jan-24-15  BSizzle: And today's!
Aug-02-15  DanielHoseano: And today's!
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  Badadamtude: And today's!
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  andrewjsacks: Fascinating and diverse commentary!
Aug-17-16  waustad: Noch einmal.
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  PawnSac: < andrewjsacks: Fascinating and diverse commentary! >

Yes! Fascinating and diverse commentary!
Such a unified consensus is exhilarating.

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  PawnSac: < LIFE Master AJ: Who says that Marshall could not play endgames? >

I never heard that. Although, he was helped along along in this one by a series of poor moves from 30 onward.

Oct-17-20  The17thPawn: I don't understand Duras' reaction to 39...,c5 at all. Rook to d3 at move 40 looks like capitulation.

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