Join the Chess.com team for this week’s ChessCenter and see some of the most amazing moves along with the best in chess news and entertainment.
Find out how the world’s strongest computer escaped from what looked like impossible circumstances. See a slam-dunk queen sacrifice mate. And you won’t believe a blunder made in the St. Louis showdown between Nakamura and Caruana.
Is Carlsen the Ronda Rousey of chess? And which world champion would win the Game of Thrones? | Watch video
ChessCenter is back with the latest in chess news and entertainment.
In this episode, hosts IM Danny Rensch and Shaun McCoy discuss humanity’s future in chess after recent losses in material odds matches.
Journalists Peter Doggers and FM Mike Klein check in with international tournament updates, and GM Robert Hess weighs in with the best move and biggest blunder of the week. | Watch video
Your weekly dose of ChessCenter is back with all the chess news and entertainment you can handle.
Take a sneak peak at a private Magnus Carlsen event and watch special guest Nigel Short talk finances.
Stick around for news, surprises, blunders, and more. | Watch video
Welcome to ChessCenter, the new flagship chess news and entertainment show only on Chess.com.
Join hosts Danny Rensch, Peter Doggers, and Shaun McCoy for a fun look at what’s new in the chess world, including the upcoming super-tournament, the Sinquefield Cup in St. Louis.
Stick around for the blunder of the week and a special appearance by the ChessBrahs with their prediction of who will win the Sinquefield. | Watch video
What is the single-most-important piece of information when GM Roman Dzindzichashvili analyzes a game?
It’s not the rating, not the player, not the event, and not the location. It’s the time control.
Watch how a relatively short time control transforms two good players into habitual blunderers in this entertaining member game analysis. | Watch video