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Frank Marshall vs David Janowski
Janowski - Marshall, Match 5 (1916), New York, NY USA, rd 4, Jun-07
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit (C25)  ·  1-0

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20. Qc3! wins a piece.

Shortly after, in the final position,


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the black king is in a mating net, where Re1# cannot be prevented for long.

Janowsky would have been very unhappy with his play in this game. He never seemed to get off the ground.

Oct-23-16  morfishine: <offramp...Janowsky would have been very unhappy with his play in this game. He never seemed to get off the ground> Marshall played a series of beautiful moves, one after the other that rendered Janowski off-balance the entire game

Powerful stuff that is a perfect example of Marshall hitting on all cylinders

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