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  1. 06 Feb '08 17:38
    Hi everybody.

    Is there anywhere in this site where I can find and study classic games?

    Thanks in advance,

    André Ferreira.
  2. 06 Feb '08 17:39
    Originally posted by Drafer
    Hi everybody.

    Is there anywhere in this site where I can find and study classic games?

    Thanks in advance,

    André Ferreira.
    Not as far as I know, André Ferreira.
  3. 06 Feb '08 17:43
    ChessGames.com
  4. 06 Feb '08 17:48
    Originally posted by zebano
    ChessGames.com
    He said in this site, anyone can Google but I suspect he wants analysis.
  5. 06 Feb '08 23:39
    Thanks, Zebano, this seems to be a nice site... But I miss the analyses, as FlyingDutchman just said.

    I haven´t played chess for several years, and I´d like to improve myself -- as I am a lousy player...

    I just volunteered for the PersonalChessTraining, and I´m going to start with that.

    Thanks anyway, guys.

    André Ferreira
  6. 07 Feb '08 00:10
    Originally posted by Drafer
    Thanks, Zebano, this seems to be a nice site... But I miss the analyses, as FlyingDutchman just said.

    I haven´t played chess for several years, and I´d like to improve myself -- as I am a lousy player...

    I just volunteered for the PersonalChessTraining, and I´m going to start with that.

    Thanks anyway, guys.

    André Ferreira
    There is loads of analysis on chessgames.com - see the "Kibitzing" underneath the board for each game - this is the chessgames equivalent of these forums. Most of the historically significant games have loads of discussion. The Immortal Game has 9 pages - see:

    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1018910&kpage=1

    The more obscure ones have no or fewer comments. Incidentally, you can find 7 games where Kieseritsky beat Anderssen, against 6 which Anderssen won. See:

    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chess.pl?pid=10342&pid2=15970&result=2nd

    Goes to show.
  7. 08 Feb '08 12:58
    There's a load of master games in the game explorer: http://www.redhotpawn.com/gamesexplorer/index.php?c=GM I don't know if this is what you're looking for exactly but it may help.
  8. Standard member bosintang
    perpetualEditMonkey
    08 Feb '08 13:43
    Try http://www.academicchess.org. It's designed for kids..but lots of annotated games there that you may find helpful.