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  1. Coaching Corner
    Master games that display Fundamental Strategic play, educational Tactical Combinations, or just good ol' fashioned Artistic Beauty.
    7 games, 1590-1905

  2. Educational Endgames
    Imbalance of B +2p v. Rook on the Queenside; an easy to convert position for the former, as the two pawns are connected passers. Mind the annotations.
    3 games, 1895-2003

  3. Establishment and Execution of a Decisive Tactic
    Marshall annotates a brilliant game in which White capitalizes upon a subtle error in a deliberate, methodical fashion.
    4 games, 1894-1914

  4. Heavy Artillery Strategy
    GM Palatnik, my former trainer, uses dogmatic aggression in a closed position - by employing his specialty and focus of his authorship, the Tarrasch Theory, to convert a small advantage from the opening into a middle game initiative. In the early endgame, he is rewarded with a decisive attack.
    2 games, 1976-1978

  5. Proving the Pair of Priests
    The Bishop Pair has long been accepted as superior to any other combination of 2 minor pieces in the endgame by many top-level Grandmasters and Chess Theoreticians, particularly of the Soviet School of Chess. The following instructive games are the proof.
    6 games, 1843-2014

  6. Romantic Era: Beautiful Gambits
    Annotated games from the Romantic Era (c.1500 - c.1880). All are inspired Gambits with the true "win with fireworks or go down in flames trying" mentality. Excellent for honing a tactical, fighting style.
    4 games, 1830-1990

  7. Tricks and Treats
    1 game, 1980

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