Are you ready for a roller coaster of a chess game?
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili is back with his latest member game analysis, and as usual, lots of mistakes were made.
With both sides upping the ante, making bigger and bigger blunders, who will come out on top?
You’d better watch till the end to find out. | Watch video
Isn’t it amazing that if we don’t see a crucial tactical idea on one move, we can miss it for several consecutive moves?
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili brings us a member-game analysis from two very strong players who nonetheless make myriad blunders and oversights in the game.
Learn how to logically follow a plan instead of making pointless moves from this lesson. | Watch video
How many mistakes do amateur players make in their games?
You’ll be shocked at how many!
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili shows you a member game ripe with mistakes so you can avoid making the same errors.
In more than 40 years of chess analysis, GM Dzindzichashvili has never seen a game like this one — a veritable comedy of errors.
Learn not only what the players did wrong, but also what they could have done to correct their blunders. | Watch video
Did Bobby Fischer blunder his bishop in game one of the 1972 world championship match against Boris Spassky?
IM Keaton Kiewra argues that he did not, proposing instead that Fischer gave up the bishop in a bold attempt to win a drawn endgame.
IM Kiewra shows you why this did not work, and discusses what could have led Fischer to press for a win when he should not have.
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Do super grandmasters make mistakes?
You bet they do. We saw two astounding blunders on the highest possible level in game six of the world chess championship between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand.
So if world champions make errors in slow games, you can bet that super GMs make all kinds of blunders in blitz games, even as strong as they are.
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili shows you blunders made in a game featuring the second-best player in the world, Fabiano Caruana. | Watch video