The 659 selected annotated games offer excellent study materials. Top players such as Carlsen (2 annotated games), Caruana (5), Anand (4), So (2), Radjabov (2), Nepomniachtchi (1), Karjakin (1), Harikrishna (1), Navara (1), Vitiugov (2) analysed their games, plus French experts like Marin (46), Edouard (31), Sadorra (28), Atalik (23) and Berg (23). All in all, there are 10.275 such games and they do have a rating-average of at least 2580 (except games with annotations and those of French experts).
Desktop PC or Notebook, 2 GB RAM, Windows 11, 10 or 8.1, DVD-ROM drive (if ordered with Postal Delivery), ChessBase 17, 16 or 15, Internet access (downloads).
A double click on the database loads the games overview. A further double click loads the relevant game. The tab Players lets you sort the games according to frequency (with the tab Total). This helps to take a closer look at games from players such as Shirov (an expert for White) or Meier, Kortschnoj and Volkov.
The games can be played through or further investigated with an engine or a Powerbook.