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  1. Kasparov's Educational Games
    This collection contains the games used in Eric Schiller's book "Learn From Garry Kasparov's Greatest Games":
    20 games, 1978-2003

  2. Miscelllaneous
    1 game, 1858

  3. Puzzles that make engines sweat.
    This collection contains games that for whatever reasons are difficult to analyze with software. My notes to the games indicate moves where engines are slow. Sometimes, the position requires lots of hash, and backsliding drops the evaluations to incorrect numbers, e.g., evaluation after move X shows +4.50, but sliding back one ply shows X at +4.00. These are commented as <big hash needed>.
    11 games, 1899-1994

  4. Truly awful game.
    If I ever find a worse game, the title of this collection will change to plural.

    I am not holding my breath.

    L Avalos vs Niloofar Nayab, 2008 is close, but not as awful...

    1 game, 2006

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