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  1. AAGAARD GRANDMASTER PREP Positional Play
    under construction as of 22. March 2016
    not all games found
    "D01 16 B" means: diagram 1, position before 16th move of Black the gap between order No. 32 and 45 is intentional
    59 games, 1970-2012

  2. Attacking Manual Volume 2- Aagaard
    Aagaard meant this volume to be a followup to The Art of Attack but with modern games and clearer writing. A great book worthy of lengthy study.
    101 games, 1896-2009

  3. Benko Gambit by Jan Pinski
    20 games, 1979-2005

  4. book: Attacking Manual 1 Jacob Aagaard
    Games from Jacob Aagaard's Quality Chess Book The Attacking Manual 1-Basic Principles. These two books are his attempt to teach everything about Attacking Chess. Volume 1 is on Dynamics while Volume 2 is about tactics. His attempt to write a Vukovic type Art of Attack Book with clearer thinking/writing and modern ideas. This is a working book and includes diagrams to study Stoyko style. Entertaining Annotations. Recommended!

    His Concepts by Chapters

    1) Bring All Your Toys to the Nursery-include all your pieces in your attack

    2) Don't Lose your Breath-Momentum

    3) Add Some Color to your Play -Colour Schemes

    4) Size Matters- Numbers over Size(material worth)

    5) Hit 'em where it hurts - attack the weakness point in your opponents position

    6) Chewing on Granite - attack the strongest point in your opponents position

    7) Evolution and Revolution -( build-fight-build-fight)

    Manual 1 speaks to Aagaard's ideas around Attacking the King with each chapter discussing an idea and illustrative games to support them. An introductory sample is found here

    http://www.qualitychess.co.uk/ebook...

    also: The Chessgame link to the Volume 2 - collection Game Collection: Attacking Manual Volume 2- Aagaard

    Plus: Added to the end of this collection: These are positions with white having a one point a pawn on f6 and a fiancheto pawn structure by black.

    76 games, 1929-2008

  5. Capablanca's Best Chess Endings
    Games from Irving Chernev's "Capablanca's Best Chess Endings"
    60 games, 1901-1936

  6. Caro-Kann : Move by Move
    11 Games Missing

    3, 10, 11, 18, 26, 33, 35, 44, 46, 52, 53

    145 games, 1922-2015

  7. Chess Explained - The Gruenfeld
    20 games, 2003-2008

  8. Chess Structures _ Rios
    88 games, 1969-2014

  9. Dynamic Decision Making (Gelfand/Aagaard)
    'Dynamic Decision Making in Chess' by Boris Gelfand and Jacob Aagaard.
    39 games, 1907-2015

  10. edwin.n.walker's favorite games
    DVD d4 Part 1
    1 game, 2004

  11. Excelling at Chess Calculation
    Jacob Aagaard
    1 game, 1989

  12. First Steps Caro-Kann Defense
    From Andrew Martin Book
    9 games, 1927-2016

  13. Grandmaster Chess Move by Move
    author John Nunn
    15 games, 1993-1995

  14. Grunfield
    10 games, 2007-2011

  15. Move by Move - Fischer (Lakdawala)
    'Fischer: Move by Move' by Cyrus Lakdawala.
    56 games, 1956-1992

  16. Move by Move - Tal (Lakdawala)
    'Tal: Move by Move' by Cyrus Lakdawala.
    51 games, 1952-1992

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

  18. Positional Play -- Jacob Jagaard
    12 games, 1970-2012

  19. The Most Instructive Games of Chess Ever Played
    'The Most Instructive Games of Chess ever Played: 62 Masterpieces of Modern Chess Strategy' by Irving Chernev.
    62 games, 1873-1961

  20. The Samisch King's Indian Uncovered
    86 games, 1926-2015

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