The Marshall - Jaffe 1909 Series:
By John S. Hilbert
The fifth game was a fierce struggle with Marshall again sacrificing a piece, this time successfully: "Jaffe had the White pieces in a Queen's Pawn game, but Marshall instituted a violent attack at his earliest opportunity. Rather than retreat, Marshall sacrificed a bishop for two pawns, thereby jeopardizing his game, although he established a strong knight in hostile territory. With this the Brooklynite won the exchange, but was...
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