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  1. * CT-ART
    For under 10 bucks, one can buy Maxim Blokh's CT-art for your smart phone. This will keep you busy and sharp for a few years. A great bargain. I created this collection to highlight what moves got them to the tactical turning point.
    85 games, 1837-1993

  2. * Nez check
    33 games, 1929-1970

  3. * OPENING
    5 games, 2000-2018

  4. ** Collections of Collections- sourcebook
    26 games, 1866-2008

  5. ** sourcebook
    61 games, 1866-2018

  6. *Englund Gambit
    Here is where it all begins, at Blacks Twelfth most popular response to 1. d4 1....e4


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    If accepted (most popular move is d4 a centergame) it is most often followed by these two moves 2. dxe4 Nc6


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    Ken Smith felt the mainline was these next two moves 3.Nf3 Qe7


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    Games found here goo.gl/jpLzeb
    If white plays the principled Nf4


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    it is met by the forking Qb4+!


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    Two choices here for Black ,
    Bd2 blocking the check returning a pawn and Nc3 losing a bishop


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    By playing Nc3,Black takes the bishop and white gets a pawn and some play as compensation


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    an aggressive alternative to Bf4 is Qd5


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    3 games, 1966-1986

  7. *Weeks 1-5
    27 games, 1907-2018

  8. 0 Improve your Chess Pattern Recognition
    4 games, 1980-2012

  9. 0@ Tune your chess antenna
    113 games, 1853-2012

  10. 100 Chess Masters Trade Secrets -Soltis
    Games from an instructive book I own. I think this is one of Soltis better books. It consists of 4 sections of priyomes-1) 25 Key Priyomes 2) 25 Must know endgame techniques 3) 25 crucial sacrifices 4) 25 exact endings.

    If you like this sort of thing, it is worth picking up or suggesting to your public library to add it to their collection. (Coach K started a collection on this which I am working to fill in some of the blanks; thanks Coach K).

    24 games, 1783-2007

  11. 1000 Checkmate Combinations -victor Henkin
    13 games, 1904-1976

  12. 2 ANNOYING SCANDY DECLINE
    3 games, 2009-2017

  13. 200 open games by David Bronstein (part 1)
    from the book collection 200 open games from David Bronstein.More than 150 of these games appear in Chessgames.com. here is the link to part 2

    Game Collection: 200 Open Games by David Bronstein (part 2)

    101 games, 1939-1968

  14. 200 Open Games by David Bronstein (part 2)
    Game Collection: 200 open games by David Bronstein (part 1) From Bronstein book
    55 games, 1944-1968

  15. A Scandinavian for black -Icelandic
    I started playing the Scandinavian after years of being a 1 e4 e5 guy. This is a source collection for some ideas. Just bought Smerdon Scandinavian book (Recommended) as I am intrigued by his lecture found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2Q... .

    My collection starts off with 5 games copied from Kellworthian Smerdon Scandinavian Collection.(thanks!). It then moves through the various flavors of the Portuguese Variation depending of whites move after ...Bc5. Then other variations where white does not play 3 d4. The banker goo.gl/13Hwkc
    The risky banker goo.gl/yPrV7T dxe7 check
    The safe banker goo.gl/QNydEp Be5

    A SCANDY Portuguese playing GM's goo.gl/eCZ6w5 and goo.gl/aVfZ6F

    128 games, 1987-2018

  16. A Wandering Tour through the Kings Gambit
    My goal in time is to have very strong games of all flavors of the Kings Gambit- Accepted and Declined as both white and black to inform my future play.
    5 games, 1900-1960

  17. alapin gambit -alapin diemer gambit + reti gam
    Gambit openings against the French. As white I enjoy playing these lines than traditional French Defense lines .

    Reti Gambit refered to as French Defense: Horwitz Attack. Papa-Ticulat Gambit on this site. The Reti Gambit in this collection begin with the Reti Game.

    Thomas Johansson who wrote the Facinating Reti Gambit posted this video on youtube about it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w53j...
    he also has this blog
    http://borgchess.blogspot.com/

    I started out playing the alapin gambit but now prefer the reti gambit.

    I'll also list some Caro-kann gambit games as well . The Euwe Attack.


    53 games, 1892-2006

  18. Alterman BlackGambit Guide1 : 1. D4 -BenkoGambit
    This is the only Alterman Gambit Guide that i own. I am in the process of learning alternatives to the Kings Indian as Black. These games although mostly not in the book they speak to the spirit of the counterattacking line of The Benko Gambit, The Blumenfeld Gambit, The Vanagian Gambit, English Defense Gambit.

    5000 Benko Gambits Opening Explorer

    some additional Benko game collections for ideas

    Game Collection: benoni / benko brilliancies Game Collection: BRCC: 1. d4 Games For White and Black Game Collection: BENKO GAMBIT DECLINED Game Collection: Winning with the Benko Game Collection: Gambito Benko Game Collection: The ABC of the Benko Gambit Game Collection: Benko games Game Collection: benko gambit Game Collection: 0 Game Collection: 0

    This is the Bluemenfeld gambit chapter 2

    Opening Explorer

    24 games, 1981-2017

  19. Alterman BlackGambitGuide1 1.D4 ;Blumenfeld Gam
    2 games, 1922-2009

  20. Analysis Board Games
    Games for me to move the pieces around to understand better.
    2 games, 1912-2017

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