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  1. Fines - Lessons From My Games
    Fine is my teacher on 6 points
    - his books on opening, middle game and endgame
    -on being most influenced by the style of Steinitz and Lasker -on his own games

    Fine was a skillful writer and Lessons From My Games shows his concise, clear style at his best. The diversity of the times and some masters, Ahlekine, Gruenfeld, etc. are drawn succinctly and portrayed in a way that may be new to the reader.

    This is not a collection of his best games though some naturally are found. It is the development of a chess master and is intended to be instructive in this way.

    33 games, 1931-1944

  2. Nunn's Understanding Chess Move by Move
    Most of Nunn's games seem not to be in here. These are the ones that are. Also, I believe Gambit is very touchy about games files from their books, so who knows if this is even kosher? Maybe they'd freak out if they knew i was doing this....
    15 games, 1979-1999

  3. Passion for Chess (Fine)
    'A Passion for Chess' by Reuben Fine.

    56 games, 1931-1948

  4. rookchat9's favorite games
    Just starting a collection of games which I find interesting.
    29 games, 1850-2015

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