Endgame school is back in session with GM Alex Yermolinsky, who reviews another instructive ending from the Moscow Open.
If you’ve ever wondered how to play an opposite-colored bishop endgame, this video is for you.
Learn how to play these “drawish” endgames from an absolute master instructor.
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As long as chess players keep messing up rook endgames, GM Alex Yermolinksy will keep teaching them.
GM Yermo promises that if you watch this lesson, you will never lose an endgame similar to the one in the video.
Learn how to save the draw in this tricky position. If you find yourself defending this endgame, you will be glad you watched this video. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinksy draws inspiration from the Moscow Open to begin a new series on practical endgames.
Jump straight to the relevant ending in this illustrative lesson on rook, pawn, and bishop endgames.
Learn how a strong grandmaster lost what should have been a drawn game, and see if you can save the half-point yourself. | Watch video
What is an international master thinking when he plays blitz?
IM Keaton Kiewra gives you a glimpse inside his mind as he plays a live session of high-level blitz on Chess.com
Learn what the most important chess ideas are to consider when time is a precious and limited resource.
Make sure you stick around for IM Kiewra’s advice on when an opposite-colored bishop ending is winning. | Watch video
Bobby Fischer was a confident player, there is no disputing that.
Last time, we saw how his confidence could be his greatest weakness, as he pressed too hard in a drawish endgame and gave up his bishop in the 1972 world championship match with Spassky.
Today, IM Keaton Kiewra shows you how Fischer — undaunted — boldly challenged Spassky in the Russian’s best opening during the same match, with spectacular results.
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