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  1. " Community Collection of Traps & Zaps King Pawn
    92 games compiled by hartkoka.
    113 games compiled by Gottschalk.
    63 games compiled by MorphyMatt.
    36 games compiled by Grampmaster.
    75 games compiled by zort.
    Random games by PinkLedDoor and Loose Ends.

    Thank you one and all!!

    A collection split has occurred. Most queen pawn and flank openings have been removed from this collection. They are in a different file with a similar name.

    * These two GMS could REALLY play outstanding chess, so don't beat yourself up when YOU lose: Game Collection: Geller and Stein lose miniatures

    * Spanish 4 Knights: Game Collection: POTD Four Knights

    * Bb5 vs Sicilian: Game Collection: (Underestimated) Rossolimo brillancies


    498 games, 1497-2016

  2. " Community Collection of Traps & Zaps No K Pawn
    92 games compiled by hartkoka.
    113 games compiled by Gottschalk.
    63 games compiled by MorphyMatt.
    36 games compiled by Grampmaster.
    75 games compiled by zort.
    Random games by PinkLedDoor and Loose Ends.

    Thank you one and all!!

    This is a collection split. The king pawn games will be removed to their own file of a similar name.

    * These two GMS could REALLY play outstanding chess, so don't beat yourself up when YOU lose: Game Collection: Geller and Stein lose miniatures

    * Queen's Gambit: Game Collection: adichess' Damengambit


    359 games, 1619-2017

  3. "Die neuen Ideen im Schachspiel" by Richard Reti
    This collection was Compiled by Sebastian88. Thank you Sebastian88!

    Games from Reti's book.

    http://books.google.pl/books?id=l27...

    38 games, 1849-1921

  4. "Knot Two Night, Sweet Pea" She tells Freddybear
    The monstrous Two Knights defense to the Italian game is in another entire collection by itself.

    Site under construction by Fredthebear until it is full. Patience is a virtue.

    * Here are 13 C-K, 2 Knts. games: Game Collection: Caro-Kann Two Knights

    175 games, 1804-2016

  5. "Ross For Boss" - We Should Have Listened
    ...c5, Bb5

    Thank you rickcarnes.

    * For Black: Game Collection: Beating the Rossolimo Sicilian

    FTB Remembers...
    Texas billionaire businessman Mr. Ross Perot was sooo right. "That giant sucking sound" was American jobs leaving the states for cheaper labor in foreign countries. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was terrible for the United States of America. Lots of small factories that used to be in small American towns that gladly supplied local labor in a dependent partnership, took advantage of NAFTA, packed up and left the country leaving small town workers high and dry. There goes the local economy. If people can't work, they don't have money to spend, and shops close up without retail sales. "Globalism" is the main foreign policy approach of the Democrat Party today, putting America second to aid the world's economy, yet the world's economy has gone into the crapper for decades now. Why would we essentially put the needs of other countries ahead of America? A healthy American economy aides the world; an unhealthy economy certainly does not. Clinton and Bush Sr. both supported the NAFTA disaster. (Bush did not have an economic plan, so he signed on to Clinton's plan and got beat for re-election, losing votes to third-party Independent candidate businessman Ross Perot who said NAFTA was bad, Bad, BAD! Yes, NAFTA helped to usher in the era of Slick Willie, even though his numerous sexual misdeeds, ill-gotten financial gains, and outright lies were well known before his first election. 12-year mistress Gennifer Flowers was well-known at the time, but voters went with a fresh politician anyway, and continue to do so in the new millennium.) Politicians from both major parties wanted to be able to take credit for doing something. Sometimes it's better to do nothing than something (that is wrong), especially when it comes to the federal government. (I say leave the free market alone and it will adjust via supply and demand because motivated entrepreneurs want to make a dollar again and again.) The more the federal government takes on, the more they screw up. The federal government is not about doing what's right or best for the American people, it's about lying to stay in power and get rich off wasteful, lavish government spending, excessive government contracts way over cost, kickbacks and political favors.

    Perhaps little is worse than our bloated Veteran's Administration, a red tape bureaucracy that kills off our soldiers who served faithfully while they wait days, weeks, months for medical care that was promised to them. People think they want the government to take charge of our health care via Obamacare? No, HELL NO! Government operated health care will be a clusterflub of gigantic proportions and we'll loose our privacy once our health records are stored in government data bases, only to be leaked at a later date. The less the federal government operates, the better... especially matters the private sector can address through free competition in the marketplace. Citizens of the United States already have the best health care in the world. Why let the government ruin that? Because the Democrat party wants complete control of the people's choices, and taking over health care is one sure way to do that. If government can run health care, government can then run the people any which way it wishes.

    Moscow fell on even worse economic times in the 1980s and 1990s. Communism is forced labor, not motivating, very unproductive. Communism controls the choices of it's people. They are not free to choose. The government chooses for them. Sound familiar? (Fredthebear showed mercy to the Chekhover variation in this collection because it usually entails a Bb5 pin.)

    Along came American government watchdog Ron Paul. The media does not like Mr. Paul because he speaks his mind. Mr. Paul refuses to support American wars and be politically correct so he's given little publicity; not many people are exposed to Ron Paul's message. His warnings are crystal clear about the downward spiral America is headed and how our reckless FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS THE PROBLEM -- adding to the crisis instead of resolving it. Perhaps his son, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, a true freedom fighter for personal rights and responsible government spending, will be elected president one day.

    Although most of America does not listen, in large part because the complicit national media propaganda deliberately screens out those who speak out against the liberal socialist "progressive" agenda of bigger government, higher taxes-spending-restrictions and lower, deviant social morays, we thank you Mr. Perot and Mr. Paul for trying to do what is best for America. We should have listened to your warnings.

    This has been the Rossolimo Attack on harmful federal government regulatory oversight -- stripping individuals and states of the freedom to choose as the federal government chooses for them -- and outrageously reckless, wasteful spending for $21 TRILLION dollars of national debt?!?!? Why do American voters allow the federal government to be this shamefully glutinous and blatantly irresponsible -- spending money we do not have, money we cannot pay back?!? Why is the red tape neglect of the Veterans Administration killing more of our soldiers than enemy combatants do?!?!?

    I say protect the border because it's a border (Do you close the doors to your home or is it an open house free-for-all?), dump NAFTA and bring our jobs back home! The Canal Attack takes place along the southern Texas, Arizona and California borders. Don't ask about New Mexico.

    220 games, 1937-2016

  6. -ER Fischer
    This is a collection split. The Lasker games are in their own collection now.

    A special tip o' the hat to chess historian Edward Winter. The entire chess world owes Mr. Winter a huge debt of gratitude for his steadfast historical research of our fascinating game and it's many stories. He is a great champion of the game too!

    Jul-22-15
    SimplicityRichard wrote:

    My friend, I am afraid despite being a Fischer fan that I must disagree with you that Fischer was the best player in the world in 1960. Fischer was wiped out by Tal (0-4) in 1959. And Tal was World Champion in 1960 and 1961.

    You cannot lose 4-0 to another and claim to be the best in the world; there is no excuse to losing 4-0 to another player in serious games. That result is incredibly telling! #

    Just to add some facts; Gligoric beat Fischer 4 times, lost once and drew 6 times until 1962. When these two met in 1966 and thereafter, Fischer never lost to Gligoric. Fischer won or drew. Again until 1965, Reshevsky seemed to have been Fischer's match; but from 1966 onwards Fischer beat Reshevsky 5 times, losing no game and drawing thrice.

    Therefore, it appears that Fischer became the world's strongest player from around 1966. This is my view. #

    * Bobby Fischer photos in LIFE magazine: https://www.google.com/search?q=Bob...

    * BF's Simultaneous Tour: Game Collection: A Legend on the Road (I)

    * Here's a link to Fischer - Spassky, all years: search "Fischer vs Spassky"

    * Here's a link to Bobby Fischer playing White against the Sicilian: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...

    * Link to "My Sixty Memorable Games": Game Collection: My 60 Memorable Games/Fischer

    * Robert Fischer's Best Games by KingG (127 games, a ton of quotes): Game Collection: Robert Fischer's Best Games

    * Bobby Fischer Rediscovered/Andrew Soltis (97 games): Game Collection: Bobby Fischer Rediscovered (Andy Soltis)

    333 games, 1872-2009

  7. -ER Lasker
    On the chessboard lies and hypocrisy do not survive long. The creative combination lays bare the presumption of a lie; the merciless fact, culmination in checkmate, contradicts the hypocrite. --- Emanuel Lasker

    This is a collection split. The Fischer games will be deleted as space is needed.

    Emanuel Lasker, Bobby Fischer: Tremendous world champions. Perhaps no other world champions have made a LASTING IMPACT on the chess world like these two have.

    I'd have to say that the strategic principles outlined by the first official world champion Wilhelm Steinitz would land him quite high on such a list having made a LASTING IMPACT. Garry Kasparov certainly leaps upward with his "My Great Predecessors" book series and mixed results against computers. Lasker would surely include Jose Capablanca, who had a brilliant but much shorter career and had to come out of retirement for financial reasons -- times were tough in the 1930s! Kasparov was heavily influenced by Alexander Alekhine. The evils of alcohol burden A.A. When sober, he could really tear it up.

    Listen closely at an American chess tournament, and the GM name you'll hear casually mentioned the most is easily Bobby Fischer. Perhaps "The Wizard of Riga" GM Mikhail Tal is close by in popularity. The pulverizing American champion Paul Morphy was not considered an official world champion, but no one was his equal world-wide. What chess player has not admired Paul Morphy's games, including Fischer himself?

    Fischer said Lasker was a coffee house player. He was mostly wrong. (Many disagree with Fischer's various opinions on many matters inside and outside of chess.) Both Fischer and Lasker were skilled, all-around players, great fighters. Lasker would play complicated moves, perhaps less than best but perplexing to the opponent, which Fischer disapproved of (having the benefit of several years of heavy analysis from the chess world).

    The one obvious area where Lasker clocked Fischer (and the entire chess world) was longevity. Not only was Lasker world champion for 27 years, he played at a very high level for many years later. Lasker went unbeaten and finished a half-point out of first (Flohr, Botvinnik) in the grueling nineteen-round 1935 Moscow tournament at the age of 66, ahead of Capablanca and Alekhine. Perhaps only Vice-Champion Korchnoi's career can compare for sustained excellence over a lifetime without waning due to age or alcoholism; both were smokers! It is fair to say that Lasker would be a GIANT in any era of play because of his ability to produce in difficult positions.

    A few of distant cousin Edward Lasker's games are here. Edward Lasker wrote a very instructive chess book called Modern Chess Strategy that influenced many future masters. (Lasker's Chess Manual was written by Emanuel Lasker and is also considered a classic for future masters.)

    A special tip o' the hat to chess historian Edward Winter. The entire chess world owes Mr. Winter a huge debt of gratitude for his steadfast historical research of our fascinating game and it's many stories. He is a great champion of the game too!

    * Secret Weapon: Game Collection: Lasker's Secret Weapon

    * Link to Frank Marshall - Edward Lasker 1923 Match: Game Collection: Marshall -- Ed. Lasker 1923 match

    246 games, 1872-1994

  8. -ER Others
    From Baker to Farmer to Welder and so on. It is not the intent of this collection to include Lasker, Schlechter, Tartakower, Diemer, or Fischer, as they have their own collections. (The Lasker-Fischer collection grew large enough to be split up.) However, a few of their games will be included. FTB likes a bit of cross-contamination in his collections for comparison and as a reminder of alternatives. Our opponent does not have to play book lines!

    * Glossary of Chess Terms: http://www.arkangles.com/kchess/glo...


    102 games, 1873-2014

  9. 1 Compiled by ph2ca
    This collection of 92 brevities was Compiled by ph2ca. Thank you ph2ca!
    95 games, 1620-2008

  10. 1 L Mirages in Laredo, KS landed @Laramie, WY
    Blunders that annoy, or bundles of joy, depending upon who receives what.

    * KGA: Game Collection: "King's Gambit Accepted"

    * Bb5 vs Sicilian: Game Collection: (Underestimated) Rossolimo brillancies

    Sight under construction by Fredthebear.

    368 games, 1512-2017

  11. 1. d4! Compiled by Benjamin Lau
    This collection was compiled by Benjamin Lau. Fredthebear copied it. Thank you Benjamin Lau!

    Who said 1. d4 is boring? Here are some fun and exciting 1. d4 wins and draws to dispel the old myths.

    * Small collection 1d4: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...

    * The d line: Game Collection: d line

    * The Indian line: Game Collection: e-line

    * Various Black Defenses: Game Collection: ANIL RAJ.R'S QUEEN PAWN GAMES


    102 games, 1895-2004

  12. 10 Take Ten Steps Gentlemen, Turn and Fire!
    Fredthebear found so many howlers that the collection had to be thinned out.

    Thank you Big Black Bug, p2c, S A G A R, MorphyMatt, and Kasputin.

    * Game Collection: Checkmate: Checkmate Patterns This link has a good, concise collection of diagrammed checkmate patterns by name. The new reader may wish to consult it initially to the point of memorization.

    * Here's a link to Morphy Miniatures:
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...

    318 games, 1560-2016

  13. 12 : 00 High Noon. Gary Cooper Walked the Walk.
    Who can people count on when the goin' gets tough? Who keeps thy word? Talk is cheap when times are good.

    Here's a link to some chess brilliancies:
    https://www.chess.com/article/view/...


    306 games, 1575-2015

  14. 125 Miniatures from Wicker & 300 Destruktors
    Fredthebear copied this collection from chessdreamer. Thanks you chessdreamer!

    200 'miniatures' (all under 25 moves) arranged according to opening from Kevin Wicker's book.

    ECO Codes A, D & E are being removed so all games start with the king's pawn. Site under construction by Fredthebear.

    * Classic games by great players: Game Collection: Guinness Book - Chess Grandmasters (Hartston)


    500 games, 1590-2017

  15. 1475-1860's Italians to New Orleans Native Son
    Real oldies but goodies out for a spin in Fredthebear's convertible. This was a collection split. Some of the "newer" games from the 1870-1880's will remain until this file fills up.

    Most of Gioachino Greco's games are in the NN collection due to unknown opponents. Greco's games are worthy of study, a violent precursor to attacking artists Adolph Anderssen and Paul Morphy. These two giants take part in a King's Gambit section at the bottom of the list.

    Fredthebear started off with a small group of less common C20's, then C44's (Napoleon said to do so), and then games fall in chronological order until 1880, finishing with a section on KGs, mostly Kieseritsky Gambits and Muzio Gambits.

    Thank you gabon.

    * Here's a link to Paul Morphy Miniatures:
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...

    440 games, 1475-1899

  16. 15 Movies Fredthebear Watched at the Drive-in
    This is another collection split of brevities by Fredthebear.

    * Game Collection: Checkmate: Checkmate Patterns This link has a good, concise collection of diagrammed checkmate patterns by name. The new reader may wish to consult it initially to the point of memorization.

    * Here's a link to the games of chess author Bill Wall; many are miniatures: Bill Wall

    * Short and Quick by Jungol (101 games of various lengths): Game Collection: SHORT AND QUICK


    461 games, 1497-2017

  17. 17 Moves or Less in Fredthebear's Lavatory
    This is a collection split to make more room in Fredthebear's library of games.

    * Here's a link to Morphy Miniatures:
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...

    * Here's a link to the games of chess author Bill Wall; many are miniatures: Bill Wall

    341 games, 1620-2016

  18. 170 Major Chess Tournaments 1882-2007
    Fredthebear copied this collection from RonB, who may have copied it from someone else. Thank you RonB!

    Last updated Monday 1/14/08
    This is an index of 170 game collections by other chessgames.com users, each assembling the games from a major tournament.

    It does not include any world championship matches or FIDE world championship knockouts (see Game Collection: WCC Index) and Steinitz - Zukertort World Championship Match (1886). (I include the foregoing link to the Steinitz/Zukertort match here merely as a jumping-off point to the emerging chessgames.com index of all wcc matches.)

    Nor does it include the Anand rapid matches 2001-2006, which you can find here: Trudodyr's Game Collections, or the <cg.com> Amber collections, which you can find here:

    Amber Rapid (2003)

    Amber Blindfold (2003)

    13th Amber Blindfold (2004)

    13th Amber Rapid (2004)

    14th Amber Tournament: Rapid (2005)

    14th Amber Tournament: Blindfold (2005)

    Amber Blindfold (2006)

    Amber Rapid (2006)

    For tournaments after 2001 collected by <chessgames.com>, see the New Games Page.

    The game collections below are organized in two ways: first, by tournament (e.g., all of the Linares tournament game collections together); and second, all tournaments, in chronological order.

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    Selected tournaments, grouped together (for all tournaments arranged in chronological order, see below):

    Dortmund
    Game Collection: Dortmund 1992

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1993

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1995

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1996

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1997

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1998

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1999

    Game Collection: Dortmund Sparkassen 2000

    Game Collection: Dortmund Sparkassen 2001

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: Dortmund 2006

    Dos Hermanas
    Game Collection: Dos Hermanas 1995

    Game Collection: Dos Hermanas 1996

    Game Collection: Dos Hermanas 1997

    Game Collection: Dos Hermanas 1999

    Hastings Chess Congress
    Game Collection: Hastings 1895

    Game Collection: Hastings 1922

    Game Collection: Hastings 1926/27

    Game Collection: Hastings 1927/28

    Game Collection: Hastings 1945/46

    Linares
    Game Collection: Linares 1989

    Game Collection: Linares 1990

    Game Collection: Linares 1991

    Game Collection: Linares 1992

    Game Collection: Linares 1993

    Game Collection: Linares 1994

    Game Collection: Linares 1995

    Game Collection: Linares 1998

    Game Collection: Linares 2000

    Game Collection: Linares 2001

    Game Collection: Linares 2002

    Game Collection: Linares 2005 [***]

    Madrid
    Game Collection: Madrid 1994

    Game Collection: Madrid 1997

    Game Collection: Madrid 1998

    Moscow
    Game Collection: Moscow 1925

    Game Collection: Moscow 1935

    Game Collection: Moscow 1936

    Game Collection: Moscow 1981

    Olympiads
    Game Collection: 1927 Men Chess Olympiad: 1st ever

    Game Collection: 1928 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1930 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1931 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1933 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1935 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1936 Unofficial Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1937 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1939 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1950 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1952 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1954 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1956 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1958 Men & 1957 Women Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1960 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1962 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1964 Men & 1963 Women Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1966 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1968 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1970 Men and 1969 Women Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1972 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1974 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1976 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1978 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1980 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1982 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1984 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1986 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1988 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1990 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1992 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1994 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1996 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1998 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 2000 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 2002 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 2006 Chess Olympiad

    Tilburg

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1977

    Game Collection: Tilburg 1978

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1980

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1981

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1982

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1983

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1984

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1985

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1990

    Game Collection: Tilburg Fontys 1997

    Game Collection: Tilburg Fontys 1998

    US Open
    Game Collection: US Open 1946, Pittsburgh by User: Phony Benoni

    Game Collection: 1946 US Open, Pittsburgh, PA by yours truly

    Game Collection: US Open 1967, Atlanta

    Game Collection: US Open 1968, Aspen

    Wijk an zee
    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1976

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee 1977

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee 1977 B

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1978

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1979

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee 1983

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee 1983 B

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1996

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1997

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1998

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1999

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Corus 2000

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Corus 2001

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Corus 2002

    Game Collection: Corus 2005 by User: isrxjs

    Game Collection: Corus 2005 by User: VishyFan [***]

    Game Collection: Annotations v.07: Corus Edition

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    And now, for something completely different...
    All tournament collections, in chronological order:

    1882-1900
    Game Collection: Vienna 1882

    Game Collection: Hastings 1895

    Game Collection: Nuremberg 1896

    1901-1910
    Game Collection: Cambridge Springs 1904 by User: suenteus po 147

    Game Collection: Cambridge Springs 1904 games by User: CambridgeSprings1904

    Please see also this website, http://home.wi.rr.com/etzel/cs1904...., which is maintained by User: CambridgeSprings1904 and contains in-depth information about the 1904 tournament

    Game Collection: St Petersburg 1909

    1911-1920
    Game Collection: Capablanca Spanish Tournaments: S.Sebastian 1911 [**]

    Game Collection: Bad Pistyan 1912

    Game Collection: San Sebastian 1912

    Game Collection: St Petersburg 1914

    1921-1925

    Game Collection: Hastings 1922

    Game Collection: London 1922

    Game Collection: Vienna 1922

    Game Collection: Lake Hopatcong 1923 (9th American Chess Congress

    Game Collection: New York 1924

    Game Collection: Baden Baden 1925

    Game Collection: Moscow 1925

    1926-1927

    Game Collection: Dresden 1926

    Game Collection: Hastings 1926/27

    Game Collection: Bad Niendorf 1927

    Game Collection: London 1927

    Game Collection: 1927 Men Chess Olympiad: 1st ever

    Game Collection: Hastings 1927/28

    1928-1929
    Game Collection: Bad Kissingen 1928

    Game Collection: 1928 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Capablanca Spanish Tournaments: Barcelona 1929 [**]

    Game Collection: Carlsbad 1929

    1930
    Game Collection: Liege 1930

    Game Collection: 1930 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: San Remo 1930

    1931

    Game Collection: Bled 1931 by User: Benzol

    Game Collection: Bled 1931 international tournament by User: cuendillar

    Game Collection: Bled 1931 international tournament part 2 by User: cuendillar

    Game Collection: 1931 Men Chess Olympiad

    1932-1933
    Game Collection: London International Chess Congress, 1932

    Game Collection: 1933 Men Chess Olympiad

    1934-1935
    Game Collection: Syracuse 1934

    Game Collection: Zurich 1934

    Game Collection: 1935 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Moscow 1935

    1936-1937

    Game Collection: Moscow 1936

    Game Collection: Nottingham 1936

    Game Collection: 1936 Unofficial Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Zandvoort 1936

    Game Collection: Kemeri 1937 International Tournament

    Game Collection: 1937 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Parnu 1937

    1938-1940
    Game Collection: AVRO 1938

    Game Collection: 1939 Men Chess Olympiad

    1941-1943
    Game Collection: USSR Absolute Championship 1941

    Game Collection: Sverdlovsk 1943

    1944-1945
    Game Collection: Hastings 1945/46

    1946-1947
    Game Collection: US Open 1946, Pittsburgh by User: Phony Benoni

    Game Collection: 1946 US Open, Pittsburgh, PA by yours truly

    1948-1950
    Game Collection: Bronstein at the 16th USSR Championship [*]

    Game Collection: Bronstein at the Moscow - Budapest Match, 1949 [*]

    Game Collection: 17th USSR Championship - Bronstein's Momentum [*]

    Game Collection: 1950 Chess Olympiad

    1951-1955
    Game Collection: Hollywood, 1952

    Game Collection: 1952 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Zurich International Chess Tournament 1953 by User: bennyr

    Game Collection: 1954 Chess Olympiad

    1956-1960
    Game Collection: Alekhine Memorial International Tournament, 1956

    Game Collection: 1956 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Third L. J. Rosenwald Trophy Tournament, 1956

    Game Collection: Dallas, 1957

    Game Collection: 1958 Men & 1957 Women Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1960 Men Chess Olympiad

    1961-1965
    Game Collection: 1962 Men Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: First Piatigorsky Cup 1963

    Game Collection: 1964 Men & 1963 Women Chess Olympiad

    1966-1970
    Game Collection: 1966 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Second Piatigorsky Cup 1966

    Game Collection: US Open 1967, Atlanta

    Game Collection: 1968 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: US Open 1968, Aspen

    Game Collection: 1970 Men and 1969 Women Chess Olympiad

    1971-1976
    Game Collection: 1972 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: San Antonio 1972

    Game Collection: 1974 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1976 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1976

    1977-1978

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1977

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee 1977

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee 1977 B

    Game Collection: Bugojno 1978

    Game Collection: 1st Burroughs Computers Grandmasters Tt New Zealand 1978

    Game Collection: 1978 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Tilburg 1978

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1978

    1979-1980

    Game Collection: Banja Luka 1979

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1979

    Game Collection: 1980 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: London Phillips & Drew 1980

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1980

    1981-1983

    Game Collection: Moscow 1981

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1981

    Game Collection: Bugojno 1982

    Game Collection: 1982 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1982

    Game Collection: Torino 1982

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1983

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee 1983

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee 1983 B

    1984-1989
    Game Collection: 1984 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1984 Phillips & Drew GLC Kings Tt

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1984

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1985

    Game Collection: 1986 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: 1988 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Plaza International Chess Tt 1988

    Game Collection: US Championship 1988 (Cambridge Springs)

    Game Collection: Linares 1989

    1990
    Game Collection: 1990 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Linares 1990

    Game Collection: Tilburg Interpolis 1990

    1991
    Game Collection: Linares 1991

    Game Collection: Reggio Emilia 1991/92

    Game Collection: Reykjavik World Cup 1991

    Game Collection: US Championship 1991

    1992-1993
    Game Collection: 1992 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1992

    Game Collection: Linares 1992

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1993

    Game Collection: Linares 1993

    Game Collection: Munich 1993

    1994
    Game Collection: 1994 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Las Palmas 1994

    Game Collection: Linares 1994

    Game Collection: Madrid 1994

    Game Collection: Novgorod 1994

    1995
    Game Collection: Dortmund 1995

    Game Collection: Dos Hermanas 1995

    Game Collection: Linares 1995

    1996
    Game Collection: 1996 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1996

    Game Collection: Dos Hermanas 1996

    Game Collection: Las Palmas 1996

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1996

    1997
    Game Collection: Dortmund 1997

    Game Collection: Dos Hermanas 1997

    Game Collection: Madrid 1997

    Game Collection: Ter Apel Klooster 1997

    Game Collection: Tilburg Fontys 1997

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1997

    1998
    Game Collection: 1998 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Dortmund 1998

    Game Collection: Linares 1998

    Game Collection: Madrid 1998

    Game Collection: Tilburg Fontys 1998

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1998

    1999
    Game Collection: Dortmund 1999

    Game Collection: Dos Hermanas 1999

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1999

    2000
    Game Collection: 2000 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Dortmund Sparkassen 2000

    Game Collection: Fujitsu-seimens giants rapid tournament 2000

    Game Collection: Linares 2000

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Corus 2000

    2001-2004
    Game Collection: Dortmund Sparkassen 2001

    Game Collection: Linares 2001

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Corus 2001

    Game Collection: 2002 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Linares 2002

    Game Collection: 0

    Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Corus 2002

    Game Collection: 2004 Chess Olympiad

    2005
    Game Collection: Corus 2005 by User: isrxjs

    Game Collection: Corus 2005 by User: VishyFan [***]

    Game Collection: World Chess Cup 2005 [***]

    Game Collection: Linares 2005 [***]

    Game Collection: Mtel 2005 [***]

    2006-2007
    Game Collection: 2006 Chess Olympiad

    Game Collection: Dortmund 2006

    Game Collection: Mayor's Cup Invitational 2006

    Game Collection: Annotations v.07: Corus Edition

    ♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔♔

    [*] These three collections contain only Bronstein's games from the tournament shown. I am keeping them here because they may serve as a starting point for more complete tournament collections.

    [**] Only Capablanca's games.

    [***] Warning! Very incomplete.

    1 game, 1927

  19. 1870s - 1890s Classic Chess Principles Arise
    The Romantic Era of relentless attack slowly fades as World Champion Wilhelm Steinitz espoused "Accumulate small advantages."

    Well, maybe not just yet. Take a look at these sweet games! There's plenty of romance cookin' in here. This is a wonderful era of thrashin' action.

    Order of Appearance:
    - Chess Variants
    - C20s Generally Unsound King Pawn attempts
    - A00-A99 Flank Openings
    - C21-C90 Open Games
    - D00-D99 Queen Pawn Games
    - E00-E99 Indian Defenses (Rare in this era)
    - D00 Stonewall Attack
    - C00-C19 French Defense
    - B00-B99 Semi-Open Games
    - C39 King's Gambit Accepted,
    - C37 King's Gambit Accepted, Muzio Gambit

    Here's a link to some fabulous chess brilliancies: https://www.chess.com/article/view/...

    Here's a link to 139 annotated games from 1889:
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...


    430 games, 1560-1909

  20. 18K
    In a hurry.
    2MIN2X.org
    www.freetranslation.com

    * Glossary of Chess Terms: http://www.arkangles.com/kchess/glo...

    * Exceptional Miniatures: Game Collection: Exceptional miniatures


    341 games, 1497-2016

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