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  1. Bobby Fischer: Road to the Crown
    In 1971, at the Candidates Matches for the ultimate chess crown, the promising young American grandmaster, Bobby Fischer, made chess history by winning an unprecedented thirteen games in a row with seven extra consecutive games at the Palma de Mallorca Interzonal in 1970, giving him a streak of 20 games in a row and winning every game. Fischer crushed such titans like Mark Taimanov and Bent Larsen with a perfect 6-0 score in both cases. Former world champion "Iron" Tigran Petrosian was the only candidate who was able to put up any resistance, and Fischer crushed even "the Tiger" 6.5-2.5.
    21 games, 1971

  2. Runners-up
    After sifting through the mess of chess brilliancies and deciding on the list of "Best games of all time", I realized that many of hte games that did not make it were also worthy of mention. Here is a list of games that were not quite great enough to get into the Wonders of the World collection, but also deserve an honorable mention. Enjoy!
    3 games, 1923-1970

  3. Seven Wonders of the Chess World
    Seven chess masterpieces, both tactical and strategic, presented here for your viewing and in order, probably the most creative brilliancies ever played.
    7 games, 1959-1991

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