Hi Fat Lady
I've often said Winters site is the best in the net and I too spend
many a happy hour just browsing and learning.
I have 'Chess Explorations' and 'Kings Commoners and Knaves' excellent books
when you cannot be bothered screen reading and want to play over games
with a board.
Tim Krabbe's site is also excellent and many an article has been inspired
by just an idea from his pages.
Of course I argue about his choice of games and the 110 best moves.
It's always a personal choice.
His No.1 choice was move 16...Nc6 from the game:
Averbakh - Spassky, Leningrad 1956.
I have played 16...Nc6 because I did not see any other practical resources
because my position was so passive. I was very surprised that Yuri Averbakh
was thinking about 1 hour (!!) (55 min.)
I considered that after 17.dxc6 bxc6 18.h6! Bh8 White would have two pieces up
and they could manage the win very easy.
Mark Taimanov wrote about 16...Nc6:
"I would rather resign the game than to make such a move..."
But my choice of the most brilliant move ever played is in game No. 98.
Nezhmetdinov - Chernikov, Rostov 1962
And White's 12th move. 12.Qxf6.