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  1. Best of Ulf Andersson
    There are alot of news about young players exelling at tactics and checkmating attacks and theese games are beautifull. However the most noble art in chess is the endgame grind, something Ulf Andersson, Sweden's greatest player of all time, mastered and perfected. This collection contains Ulf Andersson's best games
    11 games, 1975-1996

  2. Blunders deluxe
    We all know how it feels to make a really bad blunder. The feeling right after you let go of your queen and realise it's en prise. The disbelief you feel when you resign what moments ago was an equal or maybe even winning position. To help you all deal with the trauma theese blunders can cause it 's often good to know that top players mess up to wich is demonstrated in this collection. Not all of theese blunders are moves, incorrect resignations are included and Kasparov forgetting to press his clock has to count as a blunder.
    64 games, 1620-2020

  3. Brutal lightning attacks
    There are alot of games were one player ground the opponent down or slowly built a checkmating attack. Some players, however have the ability to create a lethal attack in just a few moves. The lightning attack!
    8 games, 1874-2017

  4. Engines are evil
    Sometimes a player plays a relly beautifull idea with a subtle flaw that no human can see, sometimes the engine does not understand the compensation and sometimes a player bluffs to save his neck in a bad position. The engine completly ruins the charm of this kind of ideas by instantly revealing the evaluation. An eval that sometimes mean nothing in a human game, it just unfairly depicts the beautifull idea as a blunder/mistake.
    4 games, 1960-2020

  5. The noble art of the exchange sac
    There are multiple reasons to sac the exchange. From getting a blockade and saving your neck to fataly weakening your opponent's structure or dominating a colour complex
    9 games, 1953-2021

  6. Timwestlund's favorite games
    38 games, 1922-2021

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