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Fischer of Men
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  1. Famous champs lose to infamous openings
    These famous players lose (or draw) against unusual openings.
    12 games, 1858-1999

  2. Morphy plays openings other than 1.e4 e5
    The only games of Morphy where he does not play double king pawn openings. The games where he has white and plays a move other than 1.e4 are all at odds of the queen's knight.
    32 games, 1850-1869

  3. Operettas
    Each player's "Opera Game", sharing the same spirit and characteristics of Morphy's aesthetic miniature. Starting with the famous game of the same name.
    4 games, 1858-1969

  4. Road to the Championship - Bobby Fischer
    This is the road taken by Fischer during his title run. Two games decided by forfeit are not included (the last round of the Interzonal and game #2 of the championship match). It was during this run that the 20-game winning streak was produced, of which the seventh was awarded by default. Fischer did not play in the zonal tournament but was given a place when Benko stepped down.
    63 games, 1970-1972

  5. Road to the Championship - Garry Kasparov (I)
    This is the road taken by Kasparov during his title run. There are two world championship matches included as the first was terminated with no decision. (Due to space limitations, this collection is in two parts.)
    93 games, 1981-1984

  6. Road to the Championship - Garry Kasparov (II)
    This is the road taken by Kasparov during his title run. There are two world championship matches included as the first was terminated with no decision. (Due to space limitations, this collection is in two parts.)
    39 games, 1984-1985

  7. Road to the Championship - Mik Tal
    This is the road taken by Tal during his title run. One game decided by forfeit is not included (round #15 of the Zonal). During this period a total of four tournament wins and a score of 13.5/15 at the 13th Olympiad were recorded.
    85 games, 1958-1960

  8. Run for the Championship - Viktor Korchnoi
    This is the run to the World Championship match by Korchnoi who fell short of winning the title.
    76 games, 1959-1978

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