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  1. cu8sfan's favorite games
    Here are some of my favorite games - for whatever reason. Maybe I will find time someday to sort them and write some deeper comments...
    16 games, 1820-1999

  2. Habemus Papam
    In honor of late Pope John Paul II and in expectation of a new Pope this collection puts together (under-)promotions to Bishop. The Pope is also Bishop of Rome.


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    29 games, 1902-2003

  3. John Emms: Starting Out: The Sicilian


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    These are the games in John Emms' introductory book 'Starting Out: The Sicilian' by Everyman Chess (buy it here: http://www.everymanchess.com/chess/...)

    58 games, 1948-2004

  4. John Emms: Survival Guide to Competitive Chess
    (Unfinished book collection) These are the games in John Emms' book 'The Survival Guide to Competitive Chess' by Everyman Chess (buy it here: http://www.everymanchess.com/chess/...). I am still working on completing this collection.
    42 games, 1986-2006

  5. Jonathan Rowson: The Seven Deadly Chess Sins
    This is a collection of most of the games in Jonathan Rowson's excellent book "The Seven Deadly Chess Sins" (http://www.gambitbooks.com/books/se...). Jonathan Rowson is a very knowledgeable writer and this is an excellent book. The chapter on "Wanting" alone is worth it and was partly responsible for me finding the fun in The Game again. (Sorry, I was not able to locate all the games in the book).
    38 games, 1914-2000

  6. Neil McDonald: Starting Out: The Dutch


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    These are the games in Neil McDonald's introductory book 'Starting Out: The Dutch Defence' by Everyman Chess (buy it here: http://www.everymanbooks.com/displa...)

    53 games, 1912-2004

  7. Notable Games 2004
    This is a personal list of notable games of the last year. After a long absence from the game I started playing again. This was sometime in February, midway through Linares and that's why I don't have any Wijk aan Zee games in here.

    Position of the year (Kramnik vs Leko, 2004


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    21 games, 1994-2004

  8. Notable Games 2005
    These are some notable games of 2005. This is a very personal list. There may have been better games or more beautiful ones. But this is how I remember 2005 in chess. Enjoy!

    To complement your view of 2005 I suggest you take a look at the Game Collection: The Greatest Games of 2005 by User: dac1990 and Game Collection: 2005's Greatest Chess Games by User: iron maiden.

    Position of the year (Topalov vs Kasparov, 2005


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    24 games, 2005

  9. Notable Games 2006
    These are some notable games of 2006. This is a very personal list. There may have been better games or more beautiful ones. But this is how I remember 2006 in chess. Enjoy!

    To complement your view of 2006 I suggest you take a look at the Game Collection: 2006's Greatest Chess Games by User: iron maiden.

    Position of the year (Final position of Kramnik vs Topalov, 2006


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    15 games, 1973-2006

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