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  1. Grandmaster Portisch
    These are games from russian book "Grandmaster Portisch".Some games are missing:Portisch-Oravec,1952;Forintos-Portisch,1- 955;Portisch-Van Osterom,1956;Portisch-Keller,1956;Puc-Portisch,1- 957;Portisch-Padevsky,1959
    36 games, 1956-1975

  2. King's Indian pioneers
    There are 4 men who are king's Indian pioneers.That means they are men who taught the world how to play King's Indian (mainly for Black).So,here they are:Bronstein,Boleslavsky,Geller and Gligoric.Enjoy!
    92 games, 1942-1997

  3. The most beautiful games in chess
    These games are taken from the book "1000 most beautiful chessgames".Enjoy!
    101 games, 1834-1998

  4. The most beautiful games in chess 2
    101 games, 1853-2003

  5. The most beautiful games in chess 3
    101 games, 1860-2000

  6. The most beautiful games in chess 4
    10 games, 1889-2003

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