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  1. Alekhine: My Best Games of Chess 1938-1946
    This collection is a sequel to Alekhine's two books covering the periods 1908-1923 and 1924-1937, respectively.
    35 games, 1938-1946

  2. Australia Beats The World
    The world's largest island/smallest continent against one of the solar system's smaller worlds. As one of our allies almost said once, "we shall defend our island/continent."
    50 games, 1924-2006

  3. Bobby Fischer: My 30 Memorable Games 1968-1972
    This collection follows on from Fischer's "My 60 Memorable Games", which itself followed on from a collection of Fischer's very early games. As in Fischer's book, there are some draws and losses.
    30 games, 1968-1972

  4. Eliskases and Book: The Forgotten
    In the late 1930s, Eliskases was a possible world championship challenger and deserves to be better known; this collection is my tribute to him. Eliskases was strong in all phases of the game and I find his style very attractive.

    Book was not at quite the same level of strength, but was arguably the strongest ever Finnish player with some famous scalps to his credit.

    39 games, 1932-1966

  5. Il Greco
    I've selected the best of Greco's games that seem most likely to have really been played rather than composed and those in which NN puts up stronger resistance.
    20 games, 1620-1625

  6. Junge and Breyer: Great Talents Cut Short
    Junge's connection or not with the Nazis remains controversial today. There is no doubt about his huge potential, though.

    Breyer was an innovative hypermodern player, with some impressive games and contributions to opening theory.

    20 games, 1914-1942

  7. Philidor
    Only a small number of Philidor's games have survived, but it still seemed right to give the great man a game collection of his very best games. For me, Philidor was the chessic expression of the Enlightenment.
    20 games, 1749-1990

  8. Ponomariov - Don't Under-estimate Him
    Ponomariov was the world's highest rated junior player for longer than anyone in history. But ever since he grasped the poisoned chalice by winning the FIDE World Championship, there has been a tendency to put him down. But Pono is still very young, so the future may hold a lot for him yet.
    20 games, 2002-2006

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