Levitsky versus Marshall, which is also referred to as the Gold Coins Game, is a well-known chess match that took place between Stepan Levitsky and Frank Marshall in Breslau (now Wrocław) on July 20, 1912. The game was part of the DSB Congress master’s tournament. According to popular belief, after Marshall made the winning move, onlookers threw gold coins onto the board. However, some accounts dispute this claim.
I think it’s not as important whether the gold coins effect really happened or not. The game itself is a gem anyway, and earned a prominent place in the chess history. Watch the analysis and enjoy.