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Collections of chess games

Chess and books... Many chess events of the past are covered a dust a long ago, the names of prominent maestro are half-forgotten, young chess-players are frequently unknown with games of prominent chess-players of the past, classics do not know. Such approach is impoverished by the internal world of chess-player, deprives wonderful instants of acquaintance with chess history, not to mention about "one-sidedness" of chess development of children.

Section "Collections of chess games" will be regularly filled up books from series "PCP" ("Prominent chess-players of the world"), by collections of games of tournaments and matches, these memorable chess battles, defining the ways of development of chess art on years ahead..

Unfortunately, it is not always succeeded to set the authors of electronic versions of the books presented here, therefore will say simply: low for all you bow and thank you for excellent work!


Reinfeld Fred, Reuben Fine "Alekhine vs. Bogoljubow (1934)" (ENG, 1967)

Reinfeld Fred, Reuben Fine Alekhine vs. Bogoljubow (1934) This book by Reinfeld Fred and Reuben Fine covers the second World chess championship title match between Alexander Alekhine and Efim Bogoljubov. All the games are heavily annotated in an old, non-computer style. Enjoy the chess classic!

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:: Added 15.02.2009


"Kasparov - Karpov. Seville 1987" (ENG, 1988)

Kasparov - Karpov 1987 match This is the fourth match for the world title between these two players. Their first (unlimited) competition (September 1984 - February 1985) was interrupted by FIDE President Florencio Campomanes without declaring a winner, when the score was +5 -3 =40 in favor of Karpov. The second and third contests were won by Kasparov, the scores being +5 -4 =16 and +5 -4 =15 respectively.

Before the Seville Match the players had met each other over the chess board one hundred times exactly, the total score being +13 -12 =75 in favor of Kasparov.

David Bronstein, an outstanding International Grandmaster, once a Challenger himself, illuminates the underlying philosophy of each chess game of this exciting contest.

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:: Added 18.11.2007


"Kasparov - Karpov. New York - Lyon 1990" (ENG, 1991)

Kasparov - Karpov 1990 match The fifth World Chess Championship match between Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov (New York - Lyon, 1990) was one of the most complicated in the chess history. The opponents presented the highest level of chess mastership and notable grandmasters hardly discovered the plans and ideas of the world champion and his challenger for title in the press center.

You can find all of 24 annotated games in this ebook.

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:: Added 14.10.2007


Yudovich "Garry Kasparov" (ENG, 1988)

free Garry Kasparov ebook One should remember that the creative element in chess takes shape in hard-fought battles, in which, apart from talent and knowledge, a player must have the energy and will to win.

There is ample evidence of this in the present book, dealing with the chess career and creative development of the 13th World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov and his contribution to modern chess. The book is interesting because it shows how the chess talent of this brilliant chess player has evolved; how, by strenuous work in chess, he succeeded in overcoming the shortcomings of his play, in improving chess style and in deepening his understanding of the chess strategy and chess tactics.

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:: Added 08.10.2007


"San Remo 1930" (ENG, 1973)

San Remo 1930 The international tournament in San Remo, Italy, in 1930 brought together the leading chess masters of Europe. The competition itself was an outstanding triumph for Alexander Alekhine. The games annotations written by Alekhine, Nimzovitch, Spielman, Botvinnik, Ragozin and other great chessplayers. Enjoy!

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:: Added 20.09.2007


"St. Petersburg Tournament, 1895-1896" (ENG, 1896)

St. Petersburg Tournament, 1895-1896 Feel another whisper of chess history with the rare contribution "St. Petersburg Tournament, 1895-1896". This ebook is an exact copy of original book published in 1896 and contains all games with annotations by James Mason.

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:: Added 19.07.2007


"Supertournament Moreliya - Linares, 2007" (RUS, 2007)

Supertournament Moreliya - Linares, 2007 In this collection you can find all games of XX category super tournament Morelia - Linares which was completed recently. All the games are annotated by the experts of chess sites CrestBook.com and ChessZone. You can also find here online-notices by the Grand Master Sergey Schipov (CrestBook.com)

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:: Added 17.06.2007


"Supertournament Wijk-aan-Zee, 2007" (RUS, 2007)

Supertournament Wijk-aan-Zee, 2007, 2007 In this collection you can find all games of XIX category super tournament Wijk-aan-Zee which was completed recently. All the games are annotated by the experts of chess sites CrestBook.com and ChessZone. You can also find here online-notices by the Grand Master Sergey Schipov (CrestBook.com).

For those of you who prefer to study games in ChessBase we recommend to get CBV version of this collection.

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:: Added 11.03.2007


"Match on championship of the world Alekhin - Euwe" (RUS, 1935)

Match on championship of the world Alekhin - Euwe, 1935 Raritive collection of games of match on chess championship of the world 1935 between Alekhin and Euwe with the notes of participants is offered to your attention . In a sharp fight the great Russian chess-player was not able to protect the title and Max Euwe was proclaimed a new world champion on chess . Joint account of match +9 -8 =13.

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:: Added 23.02.2007


D. Bronshtein "200 opened games" (RUS, 1970)

D. Bronshtein 200 opened games A delightful book of the brightest romanticism in history of chess David Bronstein, quite recently, alas, gone from us, will not leave indifferent any chess-player.

200 won, lost and finished the draw, chess games of knights's, incorporated a general motto: "1. 4 5 - not anachronism!", looked over on the single breathing and inspire on creation of own, though and not such accomplished, masterpieces in a chess.

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:: Added 14.01.2007


M. Botvinnik "Match Flor - Botvinnik" (RUS, 1934)

Match Flor - Botvinnik, 1934 Commented by sixth world champion on the chess Mikhael Botvinnik collection of games of match Flor - Botvinnik (1934) will enable you to present the atmosphere of the colossal getting up of chess of that epoch and also to feel deeply all degree of responsibility of young chess-player which it was enabled to battle in a match from 12 parties with one of strongest grossmesterov of the thirtieth years of the last century Salo Flor.

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:: Added 21.12.2006


P. Keres "100 games" (RUS, 1966)

100 games Creativity of prominent Estonian grand master - one of the most bright pages in history of chess art of XX age. Depth and beauty of his chess projects, originality and activity of creative process, rare talent is all in combination with the personal charm made the name of Paul Keres by a magnet for the hundreds of thousands of amateurs of our noble chess art.

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:: Added 06.12.2006


A. Liliental "Life - to the chess" (RUS, 1969)

Life - to the chess "Life - to the chess" - it is not appeal. The name of book establishes a fact only. Folded so, that meeting once with this wise game, Andre Arnoldovich Liliental devoted it right through life.

An author complimented with the chess world quite a bit authentic works of chess art. Reading this book, chess enthusiasts will get large aesthetic satisfaction.

An excellent in quality electronic version is prepared by Valery Scherba.

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:: Added 19.10.2006


G. Levenfish "Select games and memoirs" (RUS, 1967)

Select parties and memoirs Flashbacks of international grand master Grigory Yakovlevich Levenfish, participant of first three Moscow international tournaments (1925, 1935 and 1936 y.y.) engulf the period of the first half of the twentieth age.

Contemporary of Lasker, Kapablanka and Alekhin, he repeatedly met behind a board not only with them but also with Nimtsovich, Rubinshteyn, Tartakoverm and many other foreign and soviet chess-players of those times. On his eyes and there was becoming of soviet chess school at his direct participation.

An electronic version is prepared by Valery Scherba.

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:: Added 14.08.2006


"Third international chess tournament. Moscow, 1936" (RUS, 1937)

Third international chess tournament. Moscow, 1936 Third international chess tournament, taking place in Moscow in 1936 assembled very representative composition: Kapablanka, Lasker, Botvinnik, Liliental, Flor... Rarest collection of games of this unique contest, published in 1937 now for generl use. Thank you Valeriy Scherba!

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:: Added 14.07.2006


V. Panov "300 select games by Alekhin" (RUS, 1954)

300 select games of Alekhin With gladness we offer to your attention the best from some time published collection of select games of 4th world champion A. A. Alekhin. All parties are commented on by prominent grand master with one's own hand.

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:: Added 07.04.2006


D. Bronshtein "International Grand Master tournament" (RUS, 1983)

International tournament of grand masters All games of tournament of applicants, which was conducted in Neygauzene and Zurich in 1953, are presented in a book. In a creative relation this tournament appeared one of most rich in content in post-war years. In comments author most attention spares the analysis of middle of game. A book is considered one of the best in chess literature, and interest does not diminish at the years to it.

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:: Added 07.04.2006


R. Fisher "My 60 memorable games" (ENG, 1969)

My 60 memorable games "This book gives the key to solution of one of main secrets of Fisher's successes is his exceptional devotion to the chess art, incessant creative burning. A book to full degree exposes this secret and herein its untransient value".

world ex-champion V. Smyslov

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:: Added 07.12.2005


P. Romanovskiy "The best games" (RUS, 1954)

Select games of P. Romanovskiy "Selected author's games can serve as a wonderful train aid. They are located on thematic principle, and the detailed notes to them, as justly P. A. Romanovsky specifies, expose internal sense of processes of fight. In book entered games of author with Alekhin, Botvinnik, Kotov, Levenfish, Bondarevsky, Averbakh and many other great masters. Not always the class of game is identical in these parties, but there are deep and rich in content notes at unchanging high level". L. ABRAMOV

In this book the author in inherent himself analyses the select games in containing self-criticism manner. The deep and instructive comments of P. A. Romanovsky make happy everyone, who aspires to perfection and increase of class of the game sure.

Accessible 2th edited and corrected electronic edition. Thank you Krey for a correction!

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:: Renewed 04.06.2006


M. Botvinnik "Three matches of Anatoly Karpov" (RUS, 1975)

Book of 6th world champion on chess, prominent grand master, Michael Moiseevich Botvinnik tells about a not simple road on chess Olympus then yet young Anatoly Karpov. All games of three challenger matches of selection cycle 1973-1975 years commented, bringing after the Fisher's waiver of defence his title to young grand master crown of world champion.

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:: Added 25.02.2006


Em. Lasker "My match against Kapablanka" (RUS, 1925)

My match with Kapablanka "When in 1922, after long-term negotiations, repeatedly calling in question possibility of competition on championship in the world, two of genii chess thinkers sat down against each other, to begin unexampled in history of chess art fight, all the world caught breath, preparing to witness extraordinary yet tension of chess idea and will, exceptional on the deep penetration in truth of creation". P. ROMANOVSKY

The electronic version of 2th edition of book of Em. Lasker is here presented "My match with Kapablanka" (1925) in which a world ex-champion analyses motion of fight of two brightest chess-players began XX ages for a world chess crown.
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:: Added 01.09.2004

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