With many centuries of Chess history, there are multiple games that have become famous and are considered to be some of the best Chess games in history. This article is about some of the most famous Chess games ever played. Study them, memorize them, move by move. You can use the Chess board editor tool as well.
7 Most Famous Chess Games
Also known as “A Night at the Opera” and arguably the best Chess game ever played. The Opera game took place in 1858 between one of the best Chess players of all time, Paul Morphy played against both Duke Karl and Count Isouard.
For more information on this game, read the full guide on the Opera Game.
The original Immortal Game was played in 1851 between Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Adalbert Bagration Felix Kieseritzky.
For more information on this game, read the full guide on the Immortal Game.
The game known as the Evergreen Game took place in 1852 between Adolf Anderssen and Jean Dufresne.
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The Immortal Pawns Game took place in 1984 between Emil Joseph Diemer and Thomas Heiling. This title is such due to Emil Joseph Diemer with the White pieces making 17 consecutive pawn moves and winning the game.
The Game of the Century
When the legendary Bobby Fischer made his presence known throughout the world after winning a game in 1956 against Donald Bryne when Bobby was just 13 years old.