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  1. 1991 Hungarian Nat'l Championship - Incomplete
    29 games from the 1991 Hungarian National Championship supertournament, won by 15-year-old Judit Polgar. Her victory in her final game with Tibor Tolnai won her the tournament, a national championship, and a grandmaster title (at the time, the youngest ever to do so).

    Unfortunately, this list is incomplete. Judit Polgar, Andras Adorjan, and Lajos Portisch's games from the event are presented here in full. However, I'm missing one game of Zsuzsa's, (played with Jozsef Horvath).

    In addition, I'm missing all the games of Horvath, Sax, Lukacs, Tolnai, Groszpeter, and Farago (except those played with J. Polgar, Adorjan, Zsu. Polgar, or Portisch).

    In all, this list is missing 16 games. My apologies. If anyone finds them, I'd be glad to add them to the collection.

    I also apologize that with the single exception of Tolnai-J.Polgar, I do not know in which round each game was played.

    29 games, 1991

  2. Emanuel Lasker's Classic Games
    A selection of Emanuel Lasker's most memorable chess games.
    3 games, 1889-1914

  3. IoftheHungarianTiger's favorite games
    A collection of my all-time favorite chess games!
    11 games, 1896-2013

  4. Judit Polgar's Classic Games
    In an interview, Judit Polgar was asked what some of her best games were, based on technical performance, combinations, end-games, attacking, etc. These games were, in her own opinion, her favorites.

    The following collection of games demonstrates Judit Polgar at her finest level of play! Enjoy!

    NOTE: I've taken the liberty of including 4 additional games Ms. Polgar did not mention in the Q&A: 1) her famous win over Garry Kasparov, 2) the game which earned her the 1991 Hungarian National Championship and her GM title, and 3&4) her two consecutive wins against then #1 Veselin Topalov in 2006.

    11 games, 1990-2011

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