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  1. Latvian gambit victories
    A mysterious opening.
    32 games, 1839-2001

  2. Master of Attack--Best Games of Bent Larsen
    26 games, 1952-1997

  3. Model games & ideas against the solid Catalan ..
    The Catalan Opening is one of the most troublesome line for every Nimzo/Queen's and Bogo Indian player. It will be a nightmare if you're not prepared to face it ... White has an enduring advantage in most lines hence Black need's to sharpen things up a bit.
    12 games, 2010-2014

  4. Move by Move - Capablanca (Lakdawala)
    'Capablanca: Move by Move' by Cyrus Lakdawala.
    57 games, 1901-1938

  5. My Best Games of Chess (Alekhine)
    219 games, 1906-1937

  6. My Sixty Memorable Games (Fischer)
    'My 60 Memorable Games' by Robert James Fischer.
    60 games, 1957-1967

  7. Pachman's Modern Chess Strategy
    81 games, 1873-1959

  8. Rookington's Stonewall Attack Games
    7 games, 1882-2006

  9. RPaterno1's favorite games: Catalan
    Catalan
    34 games, 1945-2010

  10. Rubinstein plays Lasker
    With a score of +2 -1 =3, Emanuel Lasker was the only player, besides Alexander Alekhine, to have a plus lifetime score against Akiba Rubinstein. Here are the games these two chess titans played. What a pity about 1914. A World Championship match between these two would have been an absolute bell ringer.
    6 games, 1909-1925

  11. Sicilian Closed / Grand Prix Attack
    Collection in transition.

    Thank you syuanjiang for the Grand Prix games by Gawain Jones.

    See Grand Prix Attack compiled by takasumi.

    88 games, 1887-2015

  12. Stonewall Attack & The Dutch Defense
    40 games, 1882-2006

  13. The Greatest Ever Chess Endgames
    A 2012 publication by FM Giddins, presents 50 of the most brilliant endgame examples in the history of the sport.

    ...and to live up to its title, I've included Rubinstein's two classic rook endgames against Lasker and Alekhine which the author voluntarily omitted in the book.

    52 games, 1883-2007

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