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Professeur Y
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  1. capacapacapa
    I always thought capablanca's games (along with Fischer's and Morphy's) were particularly instructive. Here are my favorites.
    13 games, 1914-1936

  2. Immortal classics
    Celebrated games.
    11 games, 1851-2004

  3. Opening disasters
    Some funny games half the players involved in would rather forget. 10 moves or less.
    8 games, 1750-1943

  4. Professeur Y's favorite games
    A few personnal favorites that are not quite famous enough (or not spectacular enough) to qualify for my "immortal classics" collection.
    3 games, 1900-1941

  5. Striking pawn formations
    Games in which the pawns are the stars and seem to outshine the pieces by working together in formation.
    3 games, 1834-2000

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