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  1. * CT-ART
    For under 10 bucks, one can buy Maxim Blokh's CT-art for your smart phone. This will keep you busy and sharp for a few years. A great bargain. I created this collection to highlight what moves got them to the tactical turning point.
    85 games, 1837-1993

  2. 0mneuwirth Critical Games
    4 games, 1911-2014

  3. 0Rudolf Spielmann
    2 games, 1906-1911

  4. 0_KID Saemisch
    5 games, 1957-1973

  5. 1.c4 spotted Fredthebear
    More games to come from Fredthebear.

    * Pachman's games: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...


    333 games, 1901-2019

  6. 200 open games by David Bronstein (part 1)
    from the book collection 200 open games from David Bronstein.More than 150 of these games appear in Chessgames.com. here is the link to part 2

    Game Collection: 200 Open Games by David Bronstein (part 2)

    101 games, 1939-1968

  7. 200 Open Games by David Bronstein (part 2)
    Game Collection: 200 open games by David Bronstein (part 1) From Bronstein book
    55 games, 1944-1968

  8. A33 (Sax)
    Thank you Chessdreamer

    Gyula Sax: A33; Chess Informant 1994


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    (18);
    1 Cvetkovic-Rajkovic, Yugoslavia 1992
    12 Dorfman-C.Hansen, Debrecen 1990
    22 Keitlinghaus-Schmittdiel, Prague 1990
    23 Majorovas-Lochte, Budapest 1990
    31 Trois-Rogulj, Virovitica 1980
    37 De Boer-Lerner, Groningen 1992
    51 Gavrikov-Zaichik, Tbilisi 1983
    56 T.Paunovic-Rogulj, Belgrade 1988
    58 Ph.Schlosser-Stern, Budapest 1991
    67 Eingorn-Mihalchishin, Lvov 1984
    78 Cvetkovic-Rogulj, Yugoslavia 1977
    79 Cvetkovic-Rogulj, Yugoslavia 1978
    81 Mihalcishin-Garcia Martinez, Havana 1982
    88 Kholmov-Razuvaev, Soviet Union 1971
    89 Bukic-Tringov, Istanbul 1975
    90 Greenfeld-Tolnai, Budapest 1989
    91 Pogorelov-Huzman, Soviet Union 1989
    92 Novik-Dvoirys, Moscow 1992

    82 games, 1964-1993

  9. ACL Dragons
    1 game, 1979

  10. Advanced Knights
    (Under construction)
    2 games, 1961-2006

  11. Alekhine
    22 games, 1908-1943

  12. Alekhine's clock simuls
    Under construction -- collecting games, need to double check against my primary source and add comments.

    Most of these games were identified as clocked simul games from the book by Donaldson, Minev, and Seirawan, <Alekhine in Europe and Asia>, with a few additional games from their book, <Alekhine in the Americas>.

    MOSCOW CHESS CLUB 18 AUG 1915 (+2 -0 =2)

    The games against Rosanov and Strit are missing.

    BARCELONA 26 DEC 1922 (+11 -0 =1)

    Marin (actually Valentin Marin y Llovet) played on four Spanish Olympiad teams (http://www.olimpbase.org/players/vr...).

    BASEL 1925

    BUENOS ARIES SEPT 1926

    SANTIAGO 30 DEC 1927

    WARSAW 11 DEC 1928 (+4 -2 =2)

    Blass was on the 1928 Polish team at The Hague that won the bronze medal (http://www.olimpbase.org/players/ge...).

    NEW YORK 23 MAR 1929 (+6 -1 =2)

    Time control was 15 moves per hour.

    NEW YORK 24 MAR 1929 (+2 -1 =0)

    This was a clock simul against three teams of two players each. Kashdan was on five US Olympiad teams during this time, winning five individual medals on teams that won four medals (http://www.olimpbase.org/players/vx...). For his game against Alekhine, he had Herman Steiner as a teammate, who was on four US teams, winning one individual medal and two team medals (http://www.olimpbase.org/players/53...).

    CHICAGO 25 APR 1929 (+1 -0 =1)

    SAN FRANCISCO 10 MAY 1929

    COPENHAGEN 25 APR 1930 (+8 -1 =1)

    Ruben was on four Danish Olympiad teams, winning one team silver (http://www.olimpbase.org/players/64...).

    ZAGREB 20 DEC 1930 (+4 -2 =4)

    Alekhine played the game against Borkovic blindfolded.

    BARCELONA 27 JAN 1935 (+10 -0 =3)

    MADRID 26 FEB 1935 (+8 -1 =3)

    MADRID 3 MAR 1935 (+7 -3 =2)

    No games are currently available from this simul.

    SEVILLA 8 MAR 1935 (+11 -0 =2)

    No games are currently available from this simul.

    SANTANDER 17 MAR 1935 (+9 -0 =3)

    No games are currently available from this simul.

    MALMO 9 MAY 1935 (+3 -4 =3)

    VIENNA 18 MAR 1936 (+1 -0 =5)

    VIENNA 20 MAR 1936

    MADRID 2 DEC 1941 (+9 -0 =0)

    MADRID 23 OCT 1941 (+5 -0 =3)

    GIJON 6 NOV 1943 (+6 -2 =2)

    OVIEDO 11 NOV 1943 (+8 -1 =1)

    GIJON 29 JUL 1944

    GIJON 2 AUG 1944

    CACERES 17 DEC 1945

    53 games, 1915-1945

  13. Alekhine's Defense
    26 games, 1925-1994

  14. Annotations by Various Authorities & Fredthebear
    Let's all learn from the thoughts of others.

    This collection was originally compiled by Fredthebear. Thank you Gioachino Greco, Raymond Keene.
    See Annotated Games by Morphischer.
    See Mating patterns compiled by Funology.
    See strategy masterpieces compiled by yahooman.

    Here's a link to some fabulous chess brilliancies: https://www.chess.com/article/view/...

    Here's a link to 31 games annotated by Paul Morphy: games annotated by Morphy

    Here's a link to 29 games annotated by Johann Jacob Loewenthal: games annotated by Loewenthal

    Here's a link to 130 games annotated by Wilhelm Steinitz: games annotated by Steinitz

    Here's a link to 139 annotated games from 1889:
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...

    Here's a link to 149 games annotated by Joseph Henry Blackburne: games annotated by Blackburne

    Here's a link to 81 games annotated by Emanuel Lasker: games annotated by Lasker

    Here's a link to 10 games annotated by Frank James Marshall: games annotated by Marshall

    Here's a link to 78 games annotated by Aleksander Alekhine: games annotated by Alekhine

    Here's a link to 68 games annotated by Geza Maroczy: games annotated by Maroczy

    Here's a link to 5 games annotated by Irving Chernev: games annotated by Chernev

    Here's a link to 49 games annotated by Nimzowitsch: games annotated by Nimzowitsch

    Here's a link to 7 games of Petrosian annotated by Peter Clarke: games annotated by P Clarke

    Here's a link to 16 games annotated by Robert James Fischer: games annotated by Fischer

    Here's a link to 11 Heisman games annotated by Heisman: games annotated by D Heisman

    Here's a link to 407 games annotated by Raymond Keene: games annotated by Keene

    Here's a link to 185 games annotated by Eric Schiller: games annotated by E Schiller

    Here's notes by tpstar:
    Game Collection: Instructive Games


    244 games, 1834-2018

  15. Annotations e4 Various Authorities & Fredthebear
    Let's all learn from the thoughts of others.

    Here's a link to some fabulous chess brilliancies: https://www.chess.com/article/view/...

    Here's a link to 31 games annotated by Paul Morphy: games annotated by Morphy

    Here's a link to 29 games annotated by Johann Jacob Loewenthal: games annotated by Loewenthal

    Here's a link to 130 games annotated by Wilhelm Steinitz: games annotated by Steinitz

    Here's a link to 139 annotated games from 1889:
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...

    Here's a link to 149 games annotated by Joseph Henry Blackburne: games annotated by Blackburne

    Here's a link to 81 games annotated by Emanuel Lasker: games annotated by Lasker

    Here's a link to 10 games annotated by Frank James Marshall: games annotated by Marshall

    Here's a link to 78 games annotated by Aleksander Alekhine: games annotated by Alekhine

    Here's a link to 68 games annotated by Geza Maroczy: games annotated by Maroczy

    Here's a link to 5 games annotated by Irving Chernev: games annotated by Chernev

    Here's a link to 49 games annotated by Nimzowitsch: games annotated by Nimzowitsch

    Here's a link to 7 games of Petrosian annotated by Peter Clarke: games annotated by P Clarke

    Here's a link to 16 games annotated by Robert James Fischer: games annotated by Fischer

    Here's a link to 11 Heisman games annotated by Heisman: games annotated by D Heisman

    Here's a link to 407 games annotated by Raymond Keene: games annotated by Keene

    Here's a link to 185 games annotated by Eric Schiller: games annotated by E Schiller

    Here's notes by tpstar:
    Game Collection: Instructive Games

    Here's the Evans Gambit:
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...

    This collection was originally compiled by Fredthebear. Links were added later. Thank you to the many sources that contributed!!


    330 games, 1610-2018

  16. Attack
    10 games, 1926-2017

  17. Attack with 1 d4
    11 games, 1896-2003

  18. Attacking the fianchetto
    1 game, 1969

  19. Attacking the Uncasteled King
    1 game, 1989

  20. Attacking with the French Compiled by Patca63
    This collection of 11 games was Compiled by Patca63. Thank you Patca63!
    11 games, 1982-2013

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