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Frank Marshall vs Boris Verlinsky
Moscow (1925), Moscow URS, rd 1, Nov-10
Sicilian Defense: Wing Gambit. Marshall Variation (B20)  ·  1-0

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Jan-17-14
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  plang: Verlinsky's 3..e5?! seems to lead to a position resembling an Evans Gambit favorable for White. After 11..Qd7 the queen sacrifice 12 Qxb6 would have been strong. Marshall spent half an hour on 15 Qh5 which he considered the most difficult move in the game. Verlinsky lost on time but the position appears hopeless in any case.
Sep-07-20  sudoplatov: The local Stockfish likes 15.Qh3 better than 15.Qh5. Also SF prefers 16...g5 to 16...Nxd4.

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