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  1. Bookmarked Games
    22 games, 1946-2007

  2. Fischer-Petrosian 1970
    Euwe decided to use Arpad Elo's recent released rating list to decide the order of boards in which the players would compete. Bobby Fischer, who had the highest rating, agreed to come out of retirement to play, but when he showed up in Belgrade, the Yugoslavian organizers found Bent Larsen insisting that his recent tournament record (8 straight tournament victories in 1967-8 including a first at Winnipeg ahead of Soviet top board Spassky) justified his placement on top board ahead of Fischer (who had won only his last five tournaments). The organizers even asked Petrosian to try to help convince Larsen. Petrosian said "I like you. Let's play," but Larsen refused to give in. Suddenly, Fischer surprised everyone by agreeing to play second board, thus pairing himself against Tigran Petrosian instead of world champion Boris Spassky. Fischer also stipulated that his opponent make his move before writing it down on the score sheet, a condition to which Petrosian agreed, even though it puzzled him. Fischer regretted playing on Board 2, saying, "I ought to have my head examined!"
    4 games, 1970

  3. IQP
    11 games, 1938-2008

  4. Marshall
    7 games, 2001-2008

  5. Nottingham 1936
    The 1936 Nottingham tournament was held at University of Nottingham from August 10th to August 28th. It is regarded as one of the strongest tournaments of all time, with five past, present and future World champions participating. The tournament book was written by Alekhine.

    1 Mikhail Botvinnik (Soviet Union) x ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 1 1 1 1 1 1 ½ 10

    2 José Raúl Capablanca (Cuba) ½ x ½ ½ 1 1 0 ½ 1 ½ ½ 1 1 1 1 10

    3 Max Euwe (Netherlands) ½ ½ x ½ 1 0 ½ 0 1 ½ 1 1 1 1 1 9½

    4 Reuben Fine (United States) ½ ½ ½ x ½ ½ ½ 1 ½ 1 ½ 1 1 ½ 1 9½

    5 Samuel Reshevsky (United States) ½ 0 0 ½ x 1 ½ 1 1 1 ½ 1 1 1 ½ 9½

    6 Alexander Alekhine (France) ½ 0 1 ½ 0 x 1 ½ ½ 1 1 ½ 1 ½ 1 9

    7 Salo Flohr (Czechoslovakia) ½ 1 ½ ½ ½ 0 x 1 1 1 ½ 0 0 1 1 8½

    8 Emanuel Lasker (Soviet Union) ½ ½ 1 0 0 ½ 0 x ½ 1 ½ 1 1 1 1 8½

    9 Milan Vidmar (Yugoslavia) 0 0 0 ½ 0 ½ 0 ½ x 1 ½ ½ 1 ½ 1 6

    10 Efim Bogoljubow (Germany) 0 ½ ½ 0 0 0 0 0 0 x ½ 1 1 1 1 5½

    11 Savielly Tartakower (Poland) 0 ½ 0 ½ ½ 0 ½ ½ ½ ½ x 0 0 1 1 5½

    12 Theodore Tylor (United Kingdom) 0 0 0 0 0 ½ 1 0 ½ 0 1 x ½ ½ ½ 4½

    13 C.H.O'D Alexander (United Kingdom) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 ½ x ½ ½ 3½

    14 George Alan Thomas (United Kingdom) 0 0 0 ½ 0 ½ 0 0 ½ 0 0 ½ ½ x ½ 3

    15 William Winter (United Kingdom) ½ 0 0 0 ½ 0 0 0 0 0 0 ½ ½ ½ x 2½

    105 games, 1936

  6. Scotch
    5 games, 2007-2008

  7. Semi-Slav
    6 games, 1996-2004

  8. WCC Index
    I am building a World Chess Championship index similar to what is done by Mark Weeks (see the links below), if you want to participate post your name and your collection(s) here in my forum. Please rename your collection(s) to "WCC index []" where the name of the event goes between the brackets.

    Users working on the index: <Benzol>, <Hesam7>, <iron maiden>, <nescio>, <Suenteus po 147> won a special Caissar award for their hard work. Congratulations!

    Mark Weeks WCC index:

    http://www.mark-weeks.com/chess/wcc...
    http://www.mark-weeks.com/chess/wcc...
    http://www.mark-weeks.com/chess/wcc...

    THE INDEX [IN PROGRESS]

    [1] [Unofficial World Championships]

    Game Collection: 0

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    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: WCC Index ( Morphy - Loewenthal 1858 )

    Game Collection: WCC Index ( Morphy - Harrwitz 1858 )

    Game Collection: WCC Index ( Morphy - Anderssen 1858 )

    Game Collection: WCC Index ( Morphy - Mongredien 1859 )

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Anderssen - Steinitz 1866)

    Game Collection: WCC Index ( Steinitz - Bird 1866 )

    Game Collection: WCC Index ( Steinitz - Zukertort 1872 )

    Game Collection: WCC Index ( Steinitz - Blackburne 1876 )

    [2] [Official World Championships]

    Game Collection: 0

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    [3] [FIDE ERA]
    <FIDE 1948 World Championship>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (World Championship Tournament 1948)

    <FIDE 1948-1951 Cycle>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Budapest 1950)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Bronstein-Boleslavsky 1950)

    WC match:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Botvinnik-Bronstein 1951)

    <FIDE 1951-1954 Cycle>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Zurich 1953)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Botvinnik-Smyslov 1954)

    <FIDE 1954-1957 Cycle>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Candidates Tournament, 1956)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Botvinnik-Smyslov 1957)

    Game Collection: 0

    <FIDE 1957-1960 Cycle>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Candidates Tournament 1959)

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: 0

    <FIDE 1960-1963 Cycle>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Curacao 1962)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Botvinnik-Petrosian 1963)

    <FIDE 1963-1966 Cycle>

    Candidate Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Geller-Smyslov 1965)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Larsen-Ivkov 1965)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Tal-Portisch 1965)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Keres 1965)

    Candidate Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Tal-Larsen 1965)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Geller 1965)

    Third place Play Off:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Larsen-Geller 1966)

    Candidates Final:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Tal 1965)

    WC match:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Petrosian-Spassky 1966)

    <FIDE 1966-1969 Cycle>

    Candidates Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index ( Korchnoi - Reshevsky 1968 )

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Larsen-Portisch 1968)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Tal-Gligoric 1968)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Geller 1968)

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Tal 1968)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Larsen 1968)

    Third place Play Off:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Larsen-Tal 1969)

    Candidates Final:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Korchnoi 1968)

    WC match:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Petrosian-Spassky 1969)

    <FIDE 1969-1972 Cycle>

    Candidate Quarter Finals: (Best out of 10 games)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Fischer-Taimanov 1971)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Geller 1971)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Larsen-Uhlmann 1971)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Petrosian-Huebner 1971)

    Candidates Semi Finals: (Best out of 10 games)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Fischer-Larsen 1971)

    Game Collection: 0

    Candidates Final: (Best out of 12 games)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Fischer-Petrosian 1971)

    WC match:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Fischer-Spassky 1972)

    <FIDE 1972-1975 Cycle>

    Candidates Quarter Finals: (the first player to win 3 games wins the match and the maximum number of games is 16).

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Byrne 1974)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Petrosian-Portisch 1974)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Polugaevsky-Karpov 1974)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Mecking 1974)

    Candidates Semi Finals: (the first player to win 4 games wins the match and the maximum number of games is 20).

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Petrosian 1974)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Spassky 1974)

    Candidates Final: (the first player to win 5 games wins the match and the maximum number of games is 24).

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Karpov 1974)

    Fischer refused to play against Karpov so Karpov was declared World Champion by FIDE on 1 April 1975.

    <FIDE 1975-1978 Cycle>

    Candidates Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Polugaevsky-Mecking 1977)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Portisch-Larsen 1977)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Hort 1977)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Petrosian 1977)

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Spassky-Portisch 1977)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Polugaevsky 1977)

    Candidates Final:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Spassky 1977)

    WC match:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Korchnoi 1978)

    <FIDE 1978-1981 Cycle>

    Candidates Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Polugaevsky-Tal 1980)

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Portisch-Spassky 1980)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Huebner-Adorjan 1980)

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Huebner-Portisch 1980)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Polugaevsky 1980)

    Candidates Final:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Huebner 1980)

    WC match:

    Game Collection: 0

    <FIDE 1981-1984 Cycle>

    Candidates Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Smyslov-Huebner 1983)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Ribli-Torre 1983)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Kasparov-Beliavsky 1983)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Portisch 1983)

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Kasparov-Korchnoi 1983)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Smyslov-Ribli 1983)

    Candidates Final:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Kasparov-Smyslov 1983)

    1984 WC match (aborted):

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Kasparov 1984/5)

    1985 WC match:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Kasparov 1985)

    1986 WC rematch:

    Game Collection: 0

    <FIDE 1984-1987 Cycle>

    Candidates tournament:

    Game Collection: Montpellier Candidates 1985

    The Play Off:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Timman-Tal 1985)

    Candidates Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Yusupov-Timman 1986)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Sokolov-Vaganian 1986)

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Sokolov-Yusupov 1986)

    Candidates Final:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Sokolov 1987)

    WC match:

    Game Collection: 0

    <FIDE 1987-1990 Cycle>

    Candidates Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Hjartarson 1989)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Speelman-Short 1988)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Yusupov-Spraggett 1989)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Timman-Portisch 1989)

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Yusupov 1989)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Timman-Speelman 1989)

    Candidates Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Timman 1990)

    WC Match:

    Game Collection: 0

    <FIDE 1990-1993 Cycle>

    Candidates Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Anand 1991)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Short-Gelfand 1991)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Timman-Korchnoi 1991)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Yusupov-Ivanchuk 1991)

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Timman-Yusupov 1992)

    Game Collection: 0

    Candidates Final:

    Game Collection: 0

    [4][THE SPLIT]

    On February 26th 1993 Kasparov and Short announced the creation of the PCA and refused to play under the jurisdiction of FIDE. As a result FIDE stripped Kasparov of his title on March 23rd. On March 31st Karpov and Timman (who were eliminated by Short in qualification matches) confirmed that they will play for the FIDE title. On May 16th 1993 FIDE went one step further and dropped both Short and Kasparov from the FIDE rating list.

    Both matches started on September 6th 1993.

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Kasparov-Short 1993)

    [5][THE CHAOS]

    [5A][FIDE Cycles 1993-Present]

    <FIDE 1993-1996 Cycle>

    Candidates Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Anand-Yusupov 1994)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Gelfand-Adams 1994)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Timman-Lautier 1994)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Salov-Khalifman 1994)

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: 0

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Salov-Timman 1994)

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: 0

    Candidate Finals:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Gelfand 1995)

    Game Collection: 0

    FIDE WC match:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Kamsky 1996)

    <FIDE 1996-1998 Cycle>

    KO Qualifier (Groningen):

    Final WC match (Lousanne):

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Karpov-Anand 1998)

    <FIDE 1999 KO>

    <FIDE 2000 KO>

    Game Collection: 0

    <FIDE 2001-2002 KO>

    [*]Game Collection: WCC Index (FIDE 2001 World Championship)

    <FIDE 2004 KO>

    FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (2004)

    <FIDE 2005 WC>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (FIDE 2005 World Championship)

    [5B][Classical Title 1993-Present]

    <PCA>

    <1993-1995 Cycle>

    Candidate Quarter Finals:

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Anand-Romanishin 1994)

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Kamsky-Kramnik 1994)

    Candidates Semi Finals:

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: 0

    Candidate Final:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Anand-Kamsky 1995)

    WC match:

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Kasparov-Anand 1995)

    <World Chess Council>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Shirov-Kramnik 1998)

    <Braingames>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Kramnik-Kasparov 2000)

    Game Collection: 0

    <Danneman>

    Game Collection: WCC Index (Kramnik-Leko 2004)

    [6][CHAOS ENDS]

    Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006)

    Vladimir Borisovich Kramnik is the sole World Chess Champion.

    <Mexico>

    World Championship Tournament (2007)

    <Bonn>

    Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008)

    <Sofia>

    Anand - Topalov World Championship Match (2010)

    0 games,

  9. WCC Index [Anand-Kamsky 1995]
    11 games, 1995

  10. WCC Index [Anand-Romanishin 1994]
    7 games, 1994

  11. WCC Index [Anand-Yusupov 1994]
    7 games, 1994

  12. WCC Index [Bronstein-Boleslavsky 1950]
    14 games, 1950

  13. WCC Index [Curacao 1962]
    This was a quad round robin with 8 players to determine the challenger for the 1963 WC match against Botvinnik.

    Only 105 games were played since Tal withdrew due to illness after round 21.

    105 games, 1962

  14. WCC Index [Fischer-Larsen 1971]
    6 games, 1971

  15. WCC Index [Fischer-Petrosian 1971]
    9 games, 1971

  16. WCC Index [Fischer-Spassky 1972]
    21 games, 1972

  17. WCC Index [Fischer-Taimanov 1971]
    6 games, 1971

  18. WCC Index [Gelfand-Adams 1994]
    8 games, 1994

  19. WCC Index [Geller-Smyslov 1965]
    8 games, 1965

  20. WCC Index [Kamsky-Kramnik 1994]
    6 games, 1994

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