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Nimzophile
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  1. Akiba Rubinstein's Rook Endings
    34 games, 1907-1930

  2. Chess Informant Best Games 1
    182 games, 1966-1975

  3. Chess Informant Best Games 2
    181 games, 1975-1985

  4. Chess Informant Best Games 3
    182 games, 1984-1993

  5. Chess Informant Best Games 4
    182 games, 1993-2000

  6. Chess Informant Best Games 5
    138 games, 2000-2011

  7. David Janowsky's exchange sacrifices
    16 games, 1896-1916

  8. Endgame mating attacks
    This collection is to study and enjoy the art of mating attacks in the endgame.
    48 games, 1834-2007

  9. Frederick Dewhurst Yates - Remarkable games
    Frederick Yates is well known for several losses against strong opposition like Capablanca and Rubinstein, but he was able to produce masterpieces himself. This man fought until the end and he was familiar with wild sacrifices. These are his remarkable games!
    50 games, 1910-1932

  10. Instructive rook endings
    Whenever I see an interesting rook ending I want to analyze further, I add it to this collection.
    101 games, 1858-2006

  11. Josť Capablanca's Rook Endings
    39 games, 1909-1938

  12. Losing At Their Own Game
    This just a big list of games where someone has lost while playing the opening named after them.
    72 games, 1851-2001

  13. Nimzophile's favorite games
    30 games, 1946-1973

  14. Nimzophile's favorite games: OID-A53
    Lasker's "witchcraft" game, as Tarrasch described Lasker's play, also "...willing his opponents to make weak moves." Really? (Who hasn't tried that!)
    In truth Lasker plays the opening defense perfectly with counterplay on the e-file, h8-a1 diagonal, Pc5 punch to the center--logical, not black magic.
    1 game, 1914

  15. Pachman: Meine Seine Besten Partien
    The original and complete title in German is "Meine Seine Besten Partien und Meine Probleme."

    In the book matches decisive Pachman referred to Keres which concluded its fifth attempt in the last tournament of the candidates in double round-robin, and got second place for the fourth time. Pachman praised Keres citing Tartakower"The player who plays best in a tournament never wins first. He finishes second behind the guy with the most luck."

    Curiosly, Pachman was 2nd in Havana 1963 and considered this his best tournament.


    100 games, 1940-1978

  16. Rook Endings
    47 games, 1890-2000

  17. Rook Endings pt. 2
    26 games, 1905-1937

  18. Super Bogo 1
    "The boys was read my books. Now, everybody can play chess wonderfully like I" Efim Bogoljubow

    [Event "?"]
    [Site "Kiev"]
    [Date "1914.??.??"]
    [Round "?"]
    [White "Bogoljubov/Allies"]
    [Black "Evensohn/Capablanca"]
    [Result "1/2-1/2"]
    [ECO "D63"]
    [PlyCount "108"]
    [EventDate "1914.??.??"]

    1. d4 d5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. c4 e6 4. Nc3 Be7 5. Bg5 Nbd7 6. e3 O-O 7. Rc1 b6 8. cxd5 exd5 9. Qa4 Bb7 10. Ba6 Bxa6 11. Qxa6 c5 12. O-O c4 13. Rfd1 Qc8 14. Qxc8 Raxc8 15. Ne5 Rfd8 16. Nb5 a6 17. Na7 Rc7 18. Nac6 Nxe5 19. Nxe7+ Rxe7 20. dxe5 Rxe5 21. Bxf6 gxf6 22. Rxc4 dxc4 23. Rxd8+ Kg7 24. Kf1 Ra5 25. Rd6 b5 26. a3 c3 27. bxc3 Rxa3 28. g4 a5 29. Rb6 Rb3 30. Ra6 Ra3 31. Rb6 Rxc3 32. Rxb5 Rc1+ 33. Kg2 a4 34. Ra5 Ra1 35. Ra6 Kg6 36. h4 Kg7 37. Ra8 a3 38. Kf3 Ra2 39. Ra6 Ra1 40. Kf4 Ra2 41. f3 Rh2 42. Kg3 Ra2 43. h5 Ra1 44. Kf4 a2 45. Ke4 h6 46. f4 Rg1 47. Rxa2 Rxg4 48. Kf5 Rg3 49. e4 Rg1 50. Rh2 Rg3 51. Rh4 Re3 52. Rg4+ Kf8 53. Rg1 Re2 54. Rg3 Re1 1/2-1/2

    79 games, 1912-1924

  19. Tal versus Sicilian
    1 game, 1966

  20. The long diagonal
    Amazing wins using the long diagonal.
    53 games, 1847-2012

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