What’s one way to make (or break) a blockade?
Sacrificing your queen, of course.
FM Mike Klein returns with his critically acclaimed queen sac series to show you how jettisoning the lady can help you create or burst through a crucial blockade.
You don’t have to be in Latvia to appreciate these beautiful queen sacs, but it helps! | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinsky faces some new ideas in the Catalan Nimzo-Indian by a talented young player during a key round of the North American Open in Las Vegas.
Watch how the experienced GM handles an unexpected opening — and apply those principles in your own games when the opening doesn’t go as planned.
Learn how GM Yermo draws on the knowledge of past world champions to apply the pressure — and stick around for a nice attacking, sacrificial ending. | Watch video
You don’t want to miss the most beautiful combinations by one of the greatest players ever, do you?
GM Dejan Bojkov shows you a Garry Kasparov masterpiece from 1980 that you’ll hardly believe.
What happens when a good attacking player takes on Kasparov, who is usually considered the greatest attacker of all time? Chess fireworks.
Learn how Kasparov methodically split his opponent’s position in half before moving in for the kill. | Watch video
How did one of the greatest chess players ever handle the Carlsbad pawn structure?
Garry Kasparov is universally considered one of the three best players of all time, so whenever you have a chance to learn an opening approach from him, pay attention!
GM Dejan Bojkov reviews a unique game in this structure from nearly 30 years ago, and Kasparov’s ideas remain relevant to this day. | Watch video
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili was feeling the pressure in the 1990 U.S. Championship, when he had to score a win as White against the strong GM Boris Gulko.
What was GM Dzindzichashvili thinking when he selected an opening that might appear less than ambitious?
Find out the secrets to one of the most instructive games of his career! | Watch video