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  1. Greatest endgames ever
    these are the greatest endgames ever played
    29 games, 1883-2006

  2. Korchnoi, the living legend
    Korchnoi is a terrible fighter, a good defender and a talented strategist full of originality, who loved and still loves winning.
    6 games, 1958-1983

  3. Learn from Prof Tarrasch!
    Tarrasch, of whom Fischer and Kasparov have talked highly about, had a clear and elegant style, playing marvellous games with ideas like the Bishop pair, the pawn center, the piece activity, the space advantage, etc...
    8 games, 1881-1922

  4. Learn from the great Alekhine
    Alekhine is with Fischer, Capablanca, Kasparov, Karpov one of the greatest ever. He is the main inspiration for the dynamic player with his aggressive play on all the parts of the board.
    38 games, 1914-1943

  5. Learn from the great Fischer
    Fischer has been one of the most dominant player before finally becoming World Champion, winning 20 consecutive games and 4 consecutive games against Petrossian. His style was direct, clear and positionnal.
    10 games, 1956-1972

  6. Learn from the great Rubinstein
    "Careful analysis shows that modern chess begins with Akiba Rubinstein, he was one of the fathers of modern chess" That's what Kasparov says.
    34 games, 1903-1926

  7. Préparation
    Capablanca was probably with Alekhine, Fischer, Karpov and Kasparov one of the 5 greatest players of history.
    1 game, 1970

  8. the most instructive classic games
    The most instructive classics!
    93 games, 1749-2000

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