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  1. alligator's favorite 'simple' chess games
    Instructive strategic games played by Morphy, Capablanca, Rubinstein, Petrosian, Fischer, Karpov, Kasparov, Anand, Carlsen and other great masters.
    34 games, 1858-2013

  2. alligator's favorite French games
    Neat combo finish
    9 games, 1912-2012

  3. Artful Checkmate Patterns
    Learning these checkmate patterns will immediately improve your chess results. Many of the final positions can be found in the book by Renaud and Kahn- Art of Checkmate. Other games can be found in I. Chernev's popular book- Logical Chess Move by Move (LC).
    77 games, 1620-2011

  4. Attacking with the French
    11 games, 1982-2013

  5. Development of chess understanding
    These games are chosen to highlight the history of chess understanding, beginning with a few games prior to the era of Paul Morphy. Major figures like Steinitz, Tarrasch, Lasker, Capablanca, Alekhine, Reti and Nimzovitch will be represented. Modern super GM's to include sample games of Reshevsky, Botvinnik, Tal, Petrosian, other Russian GM's, Fischer, Karpov, Kasparov, Anand & Carlsen. This is a work in progress.
    30 games, 1620-2012

  6. Endgames
    62 games, 1895-2013

  7. Great Counterattacks
    25 games, 1834-2012

  8. Greatest Nunn GM-RAM games
    These classic games are part of essential chess knowledge. Except for those denoted with an @, these are all covered in GM-RAM, and Nunn, Burgess: Greatest Games and Guess the Move. Studying these games could make you a very dangerous player!
    20 games, 1852-1958

  9. Logical Chess
    Games useful for teaching strategy and tactics
    111 games, 1851-2011

  10. London system
    1 game, 1889

  11. Scotch by Modern Players
    Should the Scotch be in your opening repertoire? Gary Kasparov played the Scotch over 20 times, won over half of those and never lost a game. Several times Gary played this in important world championship matches. That kind of endorsement for an opening is as good as it gets.
    53 games, 1846-2011

  12. The Goering Gambit
    An interesting collection of short games. Good for finding instructive mistakes and tactics.
    74 games, 1874-2007

  13. Winning with 1 d4!
    1. d4 was a favorite of many attacking players like Alekhine, Pillsbury and Marshall.
    34 games, 1869-2010

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