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Frank Marshall vs David Janowski
Janowski - Marshall, Match 2 (1905), Paris FRA, rd 1, Jan-24
Tarrasch Defense: Marshall Gambit (D32)  ·  1-0

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Aug-20-08  romengan: 60...Kg2

how does white win? i keep drawing this out

Apr-08-19  sudoplatov: 60....Ra3 should draw. Rooks Behind Passed Pawns. (Stockfish agrees.)
Apr-08-19  sudoplatov: 61....Kg1 loses to 62.R64+ followed by Rh4; Black's King is too far off now and 63...Ra3 comes too late.
Apr-08-19
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  Honza Cervenka: Both 60...Kg2 and 60...Ra3 should lead to draw with accurate play. Of course, the difference in 60...Kg2 comparing to the text move is a possibility to go to f3 with King after eventual 61.Rg4+. In fact, after 60...Kg2 61.Rg4+ Kf3 white has to be careful to avoid loss playing 62.Rg1 (to stop Rh1+ with next h3) or 62.Rg8 with idea to put the Rook behind h-Pawn. 60...Ra3 drops the Pawn but after 61.Rxh4+ Kg3 62.Rb4 black can cut off the white King by 62...Ra2 with theoretical draw.

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Match 2, Game 1 (Tuesday, January 24, 1905)
from Janowski vs. Marshall Matches by Phony Benoni
February, p. 27 [Game 41 / 393]
from American Chess Bulletin 1905 (January-June) by Phony Benoni
0ZeR0's Favorite Games Volume 8
by 0ZeR0
Match 2, Game 1 (Tuesday, January 24, 1905)
from Janowski vs. Marshall Matches by docjan

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