Index of the book:
1. Introduction 2. The hypermodern opening 3. Overview of the repertoire 4. Basic concepts 5. Typical strategies and tactics 6. Transpositional possibilities 7. Defensive formations 8. Illustrative games 9. Heroes of our repertoire 10. SelfTest 11. Where to go from here 12. Index of games (Alphabetic Index)
The meat of the book!
These are the Illustrative games analyzed in the book:
New York system (...c6, ...d5, ...e6, ...Af5) FeustelWeidemann, Bundesliga 1989 KhasdanNovikov, URSS 1964 MarkowskiBystrov, Vienna 1995 IvkovRee, Amsterdam 1994 FudererCortlever, Amsterdam 1954
Capablanca system (...c6, ...d5, ...e6, ...Ag4) LarsenTimman, Brussels 1987
SemiSlav system (...c6, ...d5, ...e6, ...Ac8) TimmanKorensky, Sochi 1973 RétiYates, New York 1924
Bled system (...g6, ...c6, ...d5) NikolayevskyKoutsin, Russia 1995 MatulovicCiric, Yugoslavia 1960
Stonewall system (...c6, ...d5, ...e6, ...f5) MatousisPjami, Zouben 1993
Tarrasch system (...c5, ...d5, ...e6) KomarovVunder, St. Petersburg 1998
Tartakower system (...b6, ...c5, ...d5, ...e6) KorchnoiGeorgiev, Lugano 1986 VaganianKarpov, Leningrad 1971 ArnasonSalazar, Moscow 1994
KID system (...g6, ...d6, ...e5) SchlosserGallagher, Kecskemet 1990 SmyslovGufeld, Moscow 1967 (RétiSmyslov system)
Old Indian system (...Nf6, ...d6, ...Nbd7) HermannSchmidt, Germany 1989 (RétiSmyslov system)
Symmetrical systems (...c5, ...d6, ...b6, ...g6) AlexandriaBecx, Biel 1995 (No King side fianchetto..., to avoid exchanges)
Asymmetrical systems (...c5, ...d6, ...e5) KorchnoiBeliavsky, Tilburg 1993 DalusungRomanski, California 1993
Romanishin system (...a6, ...b5, ...c5, ...e6) IvanchukChiburdanidze, Moscow 1997
Leningrad system (...d6, ...f5, ...g6) KreuzerJenssen, Germany 1993 ChabanonRibreau, Cannes 1992 (1.Nf3 f5 2.c4 d6 3.e4!?..., Schiller's trademark)
Advance system (...d4) TartakowerJanovsky, New York 1924 KorchnoiSeirawan, London 1984 SchillerGurevich, San Francisco 1997 VaganianSpeelman, Moscow 1985
Reti accepted (...dxc4) BotvinnikFine, Nottingham 1936 BogoljubowJohner, Berlin 1926 PetrosianPilnik, Buenos Aires 1954
There are more games in the other book sections but this are where the theoretical explanation resides.
