GM Melikset Khachiyan concludes his excellent series on restriction with a lesson on how to play the Ruy Lopez with this theme in mind.
GM Khachiyan reviews one of his favorite games ever, an exciting battle between Anatoly Karpov and Ulf Andersson.
Learn from these two legendary masters in this final lesson on restriction. | Watch video
The 2015 version of Millionaire Chess is coming soon next month, so what better time to take a look at more of the best games from the event?
GM Maurice Ashley shows you an amazing game from last year's event that illustrates the immense power of passed pawns.
Don't forget to make your calendar, Oct.8-12, for this year's Millionaire Chess. | Watch video
All passed pawns are not created equally.
Dejan Bojkov shows you the power of centralized passed pawns, and how to handle them as opposed to outside passed pawns.
This idea is not just important in the endgame, but also may dictate entire middlegames as well. You don’t want to miss this important lesson. | Watch video
The most exciting Chess.com tournament was another success earlier this week.
If you missed the fun because you were following the Sinquefield Cup, we’ve got you covered with this full replay of Titled Tuesday.
Join special guest host Simon Williams as he comments on the games in his inimitable style. | Watch video
J.R. Capablanca was a chess prodigy and a genius at all elements of chess, from the basic to the very advanced.
One of the basic concepts many beginners struggle with is when to trade pieces, and it’s no surprise that we can learn a ton about this crucial decision from Capablanca.
FM Elliot Liu reviews a gorgeous Capablanca game to teach you exactly when you should initiate or accept trades in your games. | Watch video