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  1. 1945. USSR vs USA (Radio match)
    The 1945. USSR vs. USA was a chess match between the USSR and the USA that was conducted over the radio from September 1 to September 4, 1945. The ten leading masters of the United States played the ten leading masters of the Soviet Union (except for Paul Keres). The match was played by radio and was a two-game head-to-head match between the teams. The time control was 40 moves in 2 1/2 hours and 16 moves per hour after that. Moves were transmitted using the Uedemann Code. It took an average of 5 minutes to transmit a move. The US team played at the Henry Hudson Hotel in New York. The Soviet team met at the Central Club of Art Masters in Moscow. The USSR team won the match 15 1/2 - 4 1/2.
    20 games, 1945

  2. 1946. USSR vs GB (Radio match)
    We hope that the “American Tragedy” can be avoided, wrote the British chess players in the letter they send to their Soviet colleagues when proposing a radio match after the radio tournament played between USSR and USA in 1945. The Soviet team had defeated the American with the astonishing score of 15 1/2 to 4 1/2. The chess world was surprised. For many persons, this result was a shock. The British players did not make the same error. They had a good knowledge of the strength of the Soviet team and they had well prepared all the games. Indeed, the percentage is not as disastrous as the American one, but the defeat could not be avoided. 14 to 6 on the men's boards and 4 to 0 on the women's boards.
    24 games, 1946

  3. Chess Fundamentals by Jose Raul Capablanca
    Jose Capablanca's classic instructional manual - Chess Fundamentals - first appeared in 1921, the year he defeated Emanuel Lasker for the world championship title. This handbook is packed with timeless advice on different aspects of practical play and illustrated by Capablanca's own games.
    22 games, 1909-1919

  4. FIDE World Chess Championship, Sofia, 2010
    Anand,Viswanathan vs Topalov,Veselin, Sofia, BUL, 2010.
    12 games, 2010

  5. Kramnik - In his own games
    Collection of games played by Vladimir Kramnik

    This game collection is based upon Kramnik's DVD „My path to the top“ Publisher: Chessbase 2007. ISBN: 978-3-86681-043-3

    17 games, 1992-2006

  6. Learn from the Masters-Endgames
    1 game, 1996

  7. Learn from the Masters-Middlegames (Strategy)
    42 games, 1849-1969

  8. Learn from the Masters-Middlegames (Tactics)
    44 games, 1858-1988

  9. Learn from the Masters-Opening (Caro-Kann)
    4 games, 1957-1997

  10. Learn from the Masters-Opening (French Dfns.)
    4 games, 1935-1964

  11. Learn from the Masters-Opening (Giuoco Piano)
    6 games, 1843-1988

  12. Learn from the Masters-Opening (Modern Dfns.)
    4 games, 1896-1991

  13. Learn from the Masters-Opening (Philidor Dfns.)
    4 games, 1858-1994

  14. Learn from the Masters-Opening (Queen's Gmbt.)
    7 games, 1818-1995

  15. Learn from the Masters-Opening (Ruy Lopez)
    6 games, 1851-1971

  16. Learn from the Masters-Opening (Sicilian)
    4 games, 1862-1962

  17. World Chess Championship, Vienna/Berlin, 1910
    Lasker, Emanuel vs Schlechter, Carl, Vienna/Berlin, 1910.
    10 games, 1910

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