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  1. Mike Papa demonstrates the Papa Gambit
    A little-known master from Thibodaux, Louisiana shows some of the potential of 1.e4 e6 2.b3!?.
    5 games, 1985-1991

  2. My favorite games from WCC matches
    In honor of Anand-Gelfand and the 126-year history of the World Chess Championship, I present my 126 favorite games from World Championship matches. The list took me about two weeks to compile. I had seen and recognized about 80% of the games. The others were a joy to find.
    126 games, 1886-2012

  3. The most brilliant moves ever played
    I've always been a big fan of the knockout punch, the one killer move that is overlooked by mere mortals but brings immediate resignation when played. Here is a small sample of some of my favorite knockout punches and other brilliancies.
    24 games, 1844-2009

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