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
What happens when the world’s best player faces one of his training partners in a serious game?
GM Eugene Perelshteyn shows you a fascinating game Magnus Carlsen played against one of the players who knows him best, GM Jon Hammer — who also serves as one of Carlsen’s seconds.
Carlsen combines the ideas of two classical openings to form an innovative setup you don’t want to miss! | Watch video
IM Daniel Rensch continues his adventure in the Mind Games tournament on Chess.com with a nice win as Black in the third round.
Watch how IM Rensch handles the English opening with a flexible response that yields an open position with many possibilities.
Learn how an international master approaches a game against a 1600-level player as IM Rensch explains every move he makes. | Watch video
GM Dejan Bojkov concludes his tribute to Réti with a brilliant and unusual attacking game from the great master.
Learn how Reti uses his eponymous opening to launch the assault on the super-strong Bogoljubov, who appropriately responded with the defense that would also eventually be named after him.
You won’t believe the clever queen maneuver Reti uncorked to apply maximum pressure to Black’s center and kingside.
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IM Daniel Rensch kicks off a new video series with a look at the five pins you need to know before you play your next game.
With examples appropriate for all skill levels, IM Rensch shows you the different types of pins and how to use them to win.
You’ll learn how each pin works and the types of positions where you need to look for them.
Don’t forget to take IM Rensch’s timed challenges in the video based on your own skill level. | Watch video