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  1. "Larsen's Selected Games" by Bent Larsen
    This is a collection of all 50 games from Bent Larsen's book, "Larsen's Selected Games of Chess", published in 1969.
    50 games, 1951-1969

  2. Advanced Caro Kann Games, Inside Chess v2 #15
    Supplemental games from IM Minev's article "Caro-Kann Advance Variation: Systems with c2-c4 (B12)". This article appeared in "Inside Chess" vol 2, issue 15, which is dated July 31, 1989.
    6 games, 1954-1962

  3. Fischer's 11-0 sweep
    These are the eleven games played by Fischer when he shut out his opponents 11-0 in the 1963-64 US Championship. Quoting "My 60 Memorable Games", Dr. Kmoch congratuated Evans (the runner-up) on "winning" the tournament, then congratulated Fischer on "winning the exhibition".
    11 games, 1963-1964

  4. Fischer's Blitz Games at Herceg Novi, 1970
    This collection contains the 22 games Fischer played at the 1970 Herceg Novi blitz event, certainly the strongest five-minute tournament of the 20th century. The twelve participants were Fischer, Tal, Korchnoi, Petrosian, Bronstein, Hort, Matulovich, Smyslov, Reshevsky, Uhlmann, Ivkov, and Ostojic. Fischer utterly dominated this super-strong field with a 19-3 score (17 wins, four draws, and one loss), 4 1/2 points better than 2nd place finisher Tal. This result makes a compelling argument that Fischer is the strongest blitz player of all time.
    22 games, 1970

  5. King and Pawn endings
    26 games, 1854-2008

  6. Steinitz Gambits
    44 games, 1867-2008

  7. Surprising Endgames
    This is a collection of games where the endgame produces an uncommon result, e.g. a draw or victory despite a significant material disadvantage. (Games lost on time or by clear blunders are not considered for this collection. I want the position to be the key factor.) It's important to know what is usually a winning advantage, but recognizing a position that doesn't follow the rules is an even better test of chess imagination, IMO.
    13 games, 1924-2011

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