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    • Master vs. Beginner Analysis

      Hello chess friends! Today, I want to share with you a video I prepared a few years back on a very interesting sparring game played on Chess.com between me and an intermediate chess player. What is so interesting about this game is that it feels v... | Read More

    • Solid Black Openings

      Hello chess friends! Today, I want to share with you two very interesting video lectures about two important topics: 1) How to play against 1.d4 and 2) What to do against the deviations (Tromporsky, etc.). My all-time favorite suggestion for inter... | Read More

    • How to Avoid Typical Mistakes

      Hello chess friends! Today, we start our blog with an interesting question: How many of you want to avoid the most common mistakes in their games? The answer is simple: Everyone does. The problem is that most chess players tend to do different mis... | Read More

    • Openings for the Tactical Player

      Hello chess friends! As a continuation to my latest post, today I would like to share with you some nice videos from a few of my ChessBase training DVDs on how to play attacking openings with white. The key of playing aggressive in the beginning l... | Read More

    • Openings for the Positional Player

      Today, I wanted to share with all my followers a few very instructive videos from my ChessBase DVDs on white openings. The opening plans provided are well known as being very solid and efficient to both club and master level players. The first vid... | Read More

    • Tactics: From Basics to Brilliance

      Hi everyone! Today, I would like to share with you some really nice videos from my five volume DVD series on chess tactics. I have prepared the five DVDs for the popular chess company ChessBase over the course of three years (2010-2013) and it cov... | Read More

    • Learn from My Master

      Hi everyone! With my recent birthday on July 9th, I just turned 23 and it made me think how much my father and mentor has helped me to improve in chess. In fact, it was my dad who has trained me to play since I was three years old and taught me ev... | Read More

    • Mastering the Bullet Chess

      In my blog post today, I would like to share with you two exciting videos with bullet games I have played against some strong opponents. The game of Bullet (or Super Blitz as some people call it) is playing a game at the time control 1 or 2 minute... | Read More

    • Karpov's Prophylaxis

      What is prophylaxis? In simple terms it is prevention. The idea of chess prophylaxis is to look at your opponents plans before proceeding with your own. To paraphrase Nimzovich, "Do not always be thinking of attack! Moves that safeguard your posit... | Read More

    • Devastating Opening Traps

      In the newest blog post, I would like to present a lecture from my new OnlineChessLessons.net DVD on opening traps. You know that opening traps can decide the outcome of a game in the first moves! Chess players of all levels are always trying to ... | Read More