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  1. My Best Games of chess by Vishy Anand
    This is a real in-print version of My best Games of Chess by Vishy Anand, Worldchampion Edition! Chessgames is missing 3

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    57 games + combinations

    53 games, 1986-2000

  2. Neil McDonald: Starting Out: The Dutch


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    These are the games in Neil McDonald's introductory book 'Starting Out: The Dutch Defence' by Everyman Chess (buy it here: http://www.everymanbooks.com/displa...)

    53 games, 1912-2004

  3. 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

  4. Positional Chess Handbook I
    Games from "Positional Chess Handbook (Israel Gelfer)" This inexpensive book contains many more examples and is worth getting. (Cloned from ChessCoach Tatiana's collection). The source material contains 495 middlegame or near endgame positions - mainly from grandmaster tournament games but also with some compositions / puzzles.
    141 games, 1896-1986

  5. R and P vs R. a Selection of games.
    This collection of games has been 'cloned' from an existing selection compiled by Pawsome.
    24 games, 1870-2007

  6. ray keene's favorite games
    a few years ago i hosted a tv series called duels of the mind the 12 best games of chess-i will try to find all 12 here and post them in a collection-i will also note a few other spectacular games that are favourites of mine.
    123 games, 1843-2001

  7. skisuitof12's favorite games
    THP's treatment of the Benko
    9 games, 1941-2021

  8. skisuitof12's instructional games
    Learning from the less famous 'classics'.
    31 games, 1936-2022

  9. Smyslov's Best Games of chess 1935-1957
    Anyone interested in seeing Smyslov at his best should glance through these games that I got from the actual book!
    66 games, 1935-1957

  10. Some Classical Sicilians
    32 games, 1989-2021

  11. Spassky's Best Games (Cafferty)
    Spassky's 101 Best Games 1949-1972, by Bernard Cafferty
    101 games, 1949-1972

  12. Transition to pawn endings
    3 games, 2000-2017

  13. Uncompromising Chess by Alexander Beliavsky
    These 71 games are the ones which Beliavsky included in his book "Uncompromising Chess". Most of the games feature the latest (at that time) opening theory and are played against top-notch opponents.
    71 games, 1972-1997

  14. What Magnus took from AphaZero
    Magnus Carlsen’s ‘Alpha Zero Games’.
    Levy Rozman (Gothamchess) gives five examples of Magnus’s games where he (LR) suggests that Magnus has learnt from, and for a period, adopted an AlphaZero style of play. The style includes; king safety, advancing a wing pawn to stifle fianchettoed king positions, the suppression of opponent’s piece activity and the sacrificing of pawns either to accelerate his own piece activity or suppress that of his opponent’s. The five games selected were against; So, Matlakov, Aronian, Mamedyarov and Giri. LR particularly identifies a sequence where human players would prevent a protected passed pawn from becoming so advanced but Carlsen permits the structure safe in the knowledge that it can be restrained due to initiatives elsewhere on the board.
    5 games, 2019-2020

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