GM Maxim Dlugy is back with another blitz opening to add to your arsenal.
While the Leningrad Dutch is considered positionally suspect by some players, it’s a perfect opening for blitz, because White has to spend considerable time calculating how to prove any advantage tactically.
Learn how some of the best players in the world use this opening as a weapon. | Watch video
GM Simon Williams is back with another video on the anti-Sicilian openings, and he starts off today with one of the most powerful ways Black can avoid the open Sicilian while remaining creative and aggressive.
Learn how to use a “crazy” pawn push inspired by Garry Kasparov to deliver the decisive counterpunch in this wild anti-Sicilian system. | Watch video
IM Keaton Kiewra is back with a live blitz session on Chess.com, explaining his ideas in real time as he plays.
Starting out with a Budapest Gambit, IM Kiewra reveals a deep knowledge of opening theory as he fires off moves as quickly as he can make them.
Enjoy a top blitz master in action during this informative video. | Watch video
You can’t play the Queen’s Gambit Declined if you don’t know Lasker’s Defense.
Take a lesson on this complex positional set-up from one of the world’s greatest chess theoreticians, GM Gregory Kaidanov.
Learn how to evaluate the opening from both sides in this informative video. | Watch video
GM Gregory Kaidanov continues his Queen’s Gambit primer with one of the most important variations: the Classical.
This historic opening was famously battle-tested in the Alekhine-Capablanca world championship match, and it remains relevant today.
Learn how there is still a lot of play left in this old opening from a master teacher. | Watch video