If you’re going to succeed in chess, you’ve got to trust yourself. While you can study and learn from the best, all you have at the board is your own mind.
IM Keaton Kiewra draws upon his own game to demonstrate that you should trust yourself, not your opponent, and how this trust can lead the way to the win.
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GM Melikset Khachiyan is back with another pawn majority lesson, this time drawing from a game by one of the greatest players ever, Anatoly Karpov.
Watch how the master used his dangerous queenside pawns to devastate his opponent.
Learn how to use a queenside pawn majority in your own games to generate a spectacular win. | Watch video
Are you looking for an opening to play in blitz games?
GM Maxim Dlugy has a intriguing option: The London System.
This solid, powerful, and flexible opening is perfect for blitz, and GM Dlugy draws upon the London System’s most famous practitioner — Gata Kamsky — to teach you the main ideas. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinksy draws inspiration from a recent FIDE World Team Championship game to teach you the intricacies of a complex endgame.
With a rook facing off against a bishop and knight, the position isn’t so clear.
But GM Yermo walks you through all the possibilities to show you which side is winning — and how to win. | Watch video
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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