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I'm looking for annotated games by top GMs featuring the Dutch defense. These could be in a book with lots of other non-Dutch games. Unfortunately Botvinnik's "Botvinnik: One Hundred Selected Games" as I recall doesn't have quite a half dozen and they are all Stonewalls: I'd like some "Classical" variation games too. How about "Zurich International Chess Tournament, 1953"; Bronstein played the Dutch, didn't he? Unfortunately with Amazon's "search inside" feature it doesn't look like the games were indexed by opening. As you can tell I don't mind if the games are old-ish (and this will weed out lots of Leningrad Dutch's I'm not necessarily interested in at this point), though I'm also open to more recent games too. Thanks in advance.

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One of the collections of Larsen's games perhaps? Again though I can't see the indices of the pertinent books on amazon. Guess there would be some very recent games by Nakamura but I believe he is playing the Leningrad variation –  user76 Jan 8 '13 at 18:18
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The World Championship Match between Botvinnik and Bronstein in 1951 contains quite a number of Dutch Defense games. I didn't find many books about the match, but there was one by Botvinnik that may provide a good reference point.

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Check this link out on chessgames.com: for ECO A91 dutch defense:

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessopening?eco=A91

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