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One of the best ways to get better at chess is to study famous chess games. You may have heard that to be the best you have to play the best. Most of us will never play the players in the world but luckily for us we have a record of their games and we can study those games to become much better chess players. I have created two sections. One is for older games that most people are familiar with and a new section that covers some newer games that are famous in their own right.

Chess Legends

Petrosian Tigran V Petrosian Tigran V
   1929 - 1984
World Champion:
  1963 - 1966
  1966 - 1969
  more»  
Magnus Carlsen Magnus Carlsen
   1990
World Champion:
  2013 - 2014
  2014 - 2015
  more»  
Fischer Robert James Fischer Robert James
   1943 - 2008
World Champion:
  1972 - 1975
  more»  
Kasparov  Gary Kasparov Gary
   1963
World Champion:
  1985 - 1988
  1988 - 1991
  1991 - 1994
  1994 - 1997
  1997 - 2000
  more»  

Featured Chess Games

Byrne Donald & Fischer Robert James(28104), 1956, 42 moves, 0-1
Fischer Robert James & Tal Mihail(28251), 1959, 34 moves, 0-1
Byrne Robert E & Fischer Robert James(28513), 1963, 22 moves, 0-1
Adolf Anderssen & Jean Dufresne(38637), 1852, 25 moves
Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian & Florin Gheorghiu(54038), 1967, 42 moves, 1-0
Mikhail Botvinnik & Bent Larsen(54039), 1965, 53 moves, 1-0
Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian & Nikolai V Krogius(54041), 1959, 42 moves, 1-0
Wilhelm Steinitz & Curt von Bardeleben(58649), 1895, 26 moves

Openings

King's Pawn Openings
Queen's Pawn Openings
Semi-Close Openings
Semi-Open Games
Non-Indian Defences
Flank Openings
 
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