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  1. Alekhine's best games
    Probably the most imaginative Chess player prone to sacrificing his Queen.
    15 games, 1909-1941

  2. Anand
    Anand's games are very entertaining and very difficult to imitate.
    4 games, 1995-2006

  3. Capablanca's end games
    5 games, 1901-1936

  4. Colle attack
    A collection of grandmaster games.
    3 games, 1901-1911

  5. English opening - A29
    Opening Study
    10 games, 1920-1977

  6. French defence
    A collection of grandmaster games.
    4 games, 2007-2010

  7. French defense Winawer variation
    Collection of grandmasters games.
    22 games, 1934-2008

  8. Harry Nelson Pillsbury
    The great master who discovered the strengths of the Queen's pawn game. His handling of the pieces is called the Pillsbury attack.
    6 games, 1893-1909

  9. London system
    A system developed against the hyper-modern openings. It works well against the King's Indian defence
    22 games, 1890-2005

  10. Mikhail Tal's magic
    One of the most ferocious attacking players in Chess. His legacy games continues to keep the onlookers spellbound long after he has gone.
    3 games, 1961-1973

  11. Mir Sultan Khan - the unsung Grandmaster
    Mir Sultan Khan was the first grandmaster known to us. He played for Britain as India was under the British rule and he was British Champion. His modest background probably was the reason FIDE did not confer the title of grandmaster to him. He was illiterate and learnt old Indian style chess in Punjab. He adapted to the international style of chess when his master took him along to London and won games against the leading Chess players of his time.

    The greatest tribute to his talent came from Capablanca who said, "Sultan Khan had become champion of India at Indian chess and he learned the rules of our form of chess at a later date. The fact that even under such conditions he succeeded in becoming champion reveals a genius for chess which is nothing short of extraordinary."

    12 games, 1930-1933

  12. MTuraga's favorite games
    Dutch Classical Stonewall
    2 games, 1922-1983

  13. Queen's pawn game
    Learning the basics
    14 games, 1901-1958

  14. Sicilian Najdorf - Poisoned pawn
    Collection of Grandmasters games.
    2 games, 2004-2010

  15. Torre Attack
    Petrosian teaches how to play the Torre attack.
    19 games, 1889-1994

  16. Winning with Black pieces
    A study of Grandmaster games to help win with Black pieces.
    1 game, 1907

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