FM Alisa Melekhina thoroughly analyzes one of her recent games to teach you the importance of keeping the tension on the chessboard.
After building a very promising position out of a hyper-accelerated Dragon, FM Melekhina explains how she could have improved even more by doing one simple thing.
You don’t want to miss this video, where every important move is discussed in depth. | Watch video
GM Sam Shankland found himself at board one of the FIDE world team championship last month, facing the best players each team had to offer.
Enjoy this insightful game where GM Shankland matches wits with one of the highest-rated players in the world, Ding Liren. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinksy and GM Max Dlugy host Chess.com’s coverage of the 2015 Shamkir Chess tournament and its best moments.
How do you define chess? GM Yermo says it’s a board of 64 squares, black and white pieces, and Magnus always wins.
Let these two charismatic grandmasters recap this super-GM tournament for you in this special best-of show. | Watch video
IM Daniel Rensch continues to work his way up on the Chess.com tactics trainer, solving puzzles and rising from 1777 to 1948.
Think out loud along with IM Rensch as you find the weakness in the enemy position and exploit it.
Remember to have an awareness of the entire board so you don’t miss something important. | Watch video
How did one of the greatest players of all time push his pawns?
Find out how the future world champion Garry Kasparov used his mobile pawns to attack in this instructive lesson by GM Eugene Perelshteyn.
Watch the young Kasparov practically blast his opponent off the board with his powerful marching central pawns. | Watch video