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  1. Crazy Rooks
    When you're about to lose the game, sometimes a glimmer of hope appears in the form of a stalemate. Your last mobile piece--a rook--hurls itself at the enemy king screaming "take me!"
    15 games, 1871-2013

  2. Fischer's 10 Greatest Games
    The question has been posed at this site, "What are Fischer's top 10 games?" This is my humble attempt to answer that question.
    10 games, 1956-1972

  3. Players I Know
    Here are some friends of mine, and people that I have met/played from South Florida tournaments.
    6 games, 1988-2004

  4. Sneaky's Scrapbook
    Here are games which are important to me, for one reason or another.
    43 games, 1839-2016

  5. That Sneaky Slav & Semi-Slav
    As a 1.d4 player, I've always found the Slav defense to be particularly frustrating. That's why I finally learned to play it myself. Here are some key games which illustrate Black's fighting chances.
    10 games, 1935-2002

  6. The 10 Greatest Attacking Games of All Time
    More than once, I've come across somebody on who sees a classic for the very first time. Often they remark, "Wow! Where can I see more games like this one?" Here is my humble attempt to provide a link to what I consider the greatest attacking games of all.
    10 games, 1851-1999

  7. The Sneaky Old Löwenthal Sicilian
    Johann Lowenthal devised one of the oldest ways of playing the Sicilian, the odd-looking ...e5 push. Black is willing to accept a backward d-pawn but has many ways to remedy the problem, often making use of his active knights. The opening is full of traps, and can confuses an opponent looking to play more modern lines.

    The 9...d5?! gambit is one that I've been experimenting with lately. See Firman vs Kliuka to see what great fun it can be.

    8 games, 1962-2005

  8. Underpromotions
    Sometimes, less is more! The problemist in me loves to see underpromotions in real games.
    48 games, 1850-2014

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