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Chessworld.net presents: Evolution of Style #63 – Marshall’s brilliant move ! | Gold Investment Deals

Chessworld.net presents: Evolution of Style #63 – Marshall’s brilliant move !

December 9, 2012 by  
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►Playlists: www.chessworld.net ►Kingscrusher’s Greatest Hit Videos! : tinyurl.com ►Play FREE online chess at www.chessworld.net Chessworld.net presents Evolution of Style #63 – Marshall’s brilliant move ! [Event “DSB Kongress XVIII”] [Site “Breslau”] [Date “1912.??.??”] [EventDate “?”] [Round “06”] [Result “0-1″] [White “Stefan Levitsky”] [Black “Frank James Marshall”] [ECO “B23″] [WhiteElo “?”] [BlackElo “?”] [PlyCount “46”] 1.d4 e6 2.e4 d5 3.Nc3 c5 4.Nf3 Nc6 5.exd5 exd5 6.Be2 Nf6 7.OO Be7 8.Bg5 OO 9.dxc5 Be6 10.Nd4 Bxc5 11.Nxe6 fxe6 12.Bg4 Qd6 13.Bh3 Rae8 14.Qd2 Bb4 15.Bxf6 Rxf6 16.Rad1 Qc5 17.Qe2 Bxc3 18.bxc3 Qxc3 19.Rxd5 Nd4 20.Qh5 Ref8 21.Re5 Rh6 22.Qg5 Rxh3 23.Rc5 Qg3 0-1

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24 Responses to “Chessworld.net presents: Evolution of Style #63 – Marshall’s brilliant move !”
  1. nebucalan says:

    first time seeing it. found the right moves but also couldn’t find a clear win way well after QxQ, N+,Kh1, NxQ+ Kg2. watched expecting “god what’s the winning move then” with totally forgetting i’m a knight up and that’s fair enough at the end. lol :)

  2. JoeTheXC says:

    Great analysis kingscrusher!  Yet, it says on a webpage by Edward Winter that says that Caroline, Marshall’s wife, disclaims even a shower of pennies after the move.

  3. 17arkrage says:

    Never seen it before, was a beut.

  4. robertleeluben says:

    I am aware there are several accents in use accross the pond there, but felt unqualified to guess which :)

  5. juvenalgreene says:

    It’s actually a London accent (one of them,anyway)-if you’re American,think of the various NY/NJ accents…

  6. geirk25 says:

    amazing move, amazing video. love these sort of videos.

  7. kingscrusher says:

    One hundred years ago now for this #chess game of Frank Marshall

  8. oneputtsteven says:

    Marshall proves that perfectly positioned knight is worth more than his queen.

  9. robertleeluben says:

    I think it’s a brit thing :)

  10. laurellaretta says:

    Wow! Thanks so much for that instructive video. That was a truly beautiful chess move.

  11. nhopez says:

    fucking beautiful!

  12. kingscrusher says:

    This move was mentioned in the recent film “Tower Heist”

  13. MrXdeerr says:

    ja pierdole co ja oglądam ?!?!

  14. irtual1987 says:

    zamiast pierdolic tyle powinien grac neo

  15. TheOneBlackSheep1973 says:

    black was already a knight up so in reality Qg3 was just a fancy way of getting the queens off i think blacks brilliancy had already been unleashed by the time this position (with the rook on h3) had been acheived because the rook was immune wherever the queen (Nf3+ winning the Q) went but this was just jam in his doughnut .

  16. tejaslr says:

    Houdini actually thinks Qb4 is better. Rybka never recognizes that (Qb4) move.

    1. … Qb4 2. Qe5 Rh6 3. Rc7 Ne2+ 4. Qxe2 Qd6 5. Rxg7+ Kxg7 6. g3 Qd4 7. Kg2 e5 8. a4 Rhf6 9. f3 Qxa4 10. c4 Qa5 11. Qe3 Qa2+ 12. Rf2 Qxc4 13. Qg5+ Kh8 14. Qxe5 Qc6 15. Qd4

  17. Jerry Wells says:

    I had never seen this move before, but I do agree it is quite beautiful!

  18. Prasada Rao Gandlur says:

    N e2 check first is also equally effective

  19. razzzard says:

    another analysis
    watch?v=K9-W_MePFl8

  20. porterism100 says:

    This is the first game I really remember, the game that made chess really come alive for me.

    PS

    I’m not sure if someone pointed this out or not, but this game was played in Breslau in 1912, not 1929.

  21. senorcoconut2006 says:

    yes, immediately. But most human players wouldn’t even consider this move, would they?

  22. Philipp Krechlak says:

    Really beautiful!!!
    And I havent seen it.

  23. Murat Karatas says:

    I have seen the move before and it’s indeed one of the most beautiful moves ever!

  24. hvitekristesdod says:

    you can see the move in the video thumbnail lol

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