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  1. Castling with Checkmate
    ALL THE games which one player castles to checkmate. The really funny one is that of Morphy vs A Morphy- his father. The names are Paul Morphy and Alonso Morphy. Very funny. A young boy vs his father. Now where was that? Also, Morphy was a rook down. Why did that happen? Was it because he wanted to show off his skill?? We will probably never know. The losers of those games (no offence) probably did those big king marches for fun.
    4 games, 1850-2001

  2. Games worth studying
    A collection of beautiful games I found to study. You could have a look at those games to see which one you like to study.
    16 games, 1849-2011

  3. Longest games ever in the history of chess
    All the games I can find in this database that are so long. The longest games ever. Especially the 240-move one. Now who on earth gave TransWarp that rating of 3423??
    4 games, 1989-2009

  4. Nakamura's Crazy Minor Piece Games
    Here we go again: Nakamura's games in which he tortures computers using minor pieces. LOL
    2 games, 2007-2008

  5. Shortest games ever in the history of chess
    Shorty games (and some are really crazy) Especially that one of Fischer vs Spassky, it was 1. 0-1. really crazy =P
    14 games, 1560-2011

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