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Alexey Suetin vs Tonu Oim
"Oim Suetin blood 'ere" (game of the day Oct-14-2021)
Raud Memorial (1972), Viljandi URS, Jul-??
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. Modern Main Line (C89)  ·  0-1

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Oct-14-21
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  Check It Out: Fun game. 28.Bd1 looks like bad calculation.
Oct-14-21
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  Phony Benoni: I've played enough Marshalls to know this is a typical example of the opening. The players start off with 17 moves played as quickly as they can write them down. Then they start thinking, and the game turns into a sort of Kriegspiel where neither side seems to understand -- or care -- what the other is up to. Eventually somebody overlooks a Random Tactical Factor and the game is essentially decided -- except that both sides still have an equal chance to win.

My kind of game. I have always relied on the blunders of strangers.

Oct-14-21
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  OhioChessFan: Oddly amusing pun.
Oct-14-21  Brenin: 27 Nxe3 Bxf1 28 Nxf1, or 27 Rh8+ Kh7 first, looks better for White than the game continuation, but he must have gone wrong somewhere before this.
Oct-14-21  nalinw: I like PBs quote better ...
Oct-14-21
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: At the end of the opening analysis in the database, we still have 34 games. Egad. Should give one an idea of how heavily studied the Marshall has become.
Oct-14-21  Atking: <Brenin: 27 Nxe3 Bxf1 28 Nxf1, or 27 Rh8+ Kh7 first, looks better for White than the game continuation, but he must have gone wrong somewhere before this.> Maybe 23.bxc6 The pin on Nd5 looks decisive.
Oct-14-21  Brenin: Thanks, <Atking>: after 23 bxc6 Re2 24 Bxd5+ Kf8 25 h3 Bxh3 26 Bf3 Bxf1 27 Bxh5 Rxd2 28 Kxf1 Rxb2 29 Rxa6 White has R+B+5P vs R+B+3P, and despite the opposite-coloured Bs the passed c- and d-pawns give him a clear win.
Oct-14-21
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  Ironmanth: Engaging! Thanks, chessgames.
Oct-14-21  Atking: <Brenin: Thanks, <Atking>: after 23 bxc6 Re2 24 Bxd5+ Kf8 25 h3 Bxh3 26 Bf3 Bxf1 27 Bxh5 Rxd2 28 Kxf1 Rxb2 29 Rxa6 White has R+B+5P vs R+B+3P, and despite the opposite-coloured Bs the passed c- and d-pawns give him a clear win.> Not sure that White should hurry to take a6 pawn 29.c4 seems to me more direct. Yet Yes Indeed White is winning.
Oct-15-21  Cibator: Just noticed I got yesterday's "pun-of-the-day" award, which because of the time zones was a nice birthday present for a few hours here in NZ. Thanks folks!!

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