Hikaru Nakamura took on a former world champion, and IM Keaton Kiewra has a comprehensive analysis of the game.
Which world champion did Hikaru play? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.
Learn how the strongest players in the world go about improving their position in this lesson. | Watch video
This month’s Titled Tuesday featured some of the best chess players in the world, but none of them could come close to GM Hikaru Nakamura, who won his third straight event.
Join Chess.com host IM Danny Rensch for this full replay of Tuesday’s show and experience the chess action all over again.
Be sure to read FM Mike Klein’s news report in the related links. | Watch video
GM Hikaru Nakamura is the world’s number-three player and the undisputed king of online speed chess, and many lucky Chess.com members got the chance to play him last Saturday in Nakamura’s Knockouts.
Watch Nakamura take on all comers — including several exceptionally strong blitz players — in this full replay of Saturday’s show, hosted by IM Daniel Rensch. | Watch video
Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So got the most attention at the recently completed 2015 U.S. Championship, but there was plenty of exciting chess from the rest of the field, too.
GM Alex Yermolinsky is back to show you one of the best games of the tournament in the second video of his series on the U.S. Championship.
Enjoy this exciting Bogo-Indian tilt between the aggressive GM Holt and the solid GM Akobian. | Watch video
Which opening did Hikaru Nakamura just use to win against GM Holt at the U.S. Championship? This one!
GM Rashad Babaev gives you an introductory lesson on both the King’s Indian Defense and Attack.
If you like the positions in the video, you should definitely add the flexible King’s Indian to your repertoire. | Watch video