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Albert Pinkus vs Frank James Marshall
Dimock theme (1926), Marshall CC, New York, NY USA
Italian Game: Evans Gambit. Accepted (C51)  ·  0-1



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  kenilworthian: The game was won by Pinkus, who obviously has a winning advantage due to the unstoppable threat of Rb1.
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  Phony Benoni: <kenilworthian> That's a bit confusing. It was Marshall (Black) who had the threat of ...Rb1, and he is indeed credited with the win.

Gino di Felice's <Chess Results 1921-1930>, p.147, gives a crosstable for a Dimock Tournament in 1926 in which Marshall scored 1.5-0.5 against Pinkus, so that fits too. However, there were other Dimock tournaments that year.

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