You don’t want to miss the most beautiful combinations by one of the greatest players ever, do you?
GM Dejan Bojkov shows you a Garry Kasparov masterpiece from 1980 that you’ll hardly believe.
What happens when a good attacking player takes on Kasparov, who is usually considered the greatest attacker of all time? Chess fireworks.
Learn how Kasparov methodically split his opponent’s position in half before moving in for the kill. | Watch video
How important is it to pay attention?
In chess, it’s everything.
In this member-game analysis, GM Roman Dzindzichashvili demonstrates the perils that accompany a lack of concentration, no matter what the level of playing strength.
Stick around till the end to hear GM Dzindzichashvili’s advice for all players, from beginners to world champions. | Watch video
When can rooks defeat a queen?
FM Mike Klein shows you five exciting games where a queen sacrifice proved that sometimes, the rooks are better.
Learn this explosive theme from some of the best players in the world: Anand, Kramnik, and Victor Bologan are all practitioners of this sacrifice.
Which queen sacrifice do you think is most spectacular? Let us know in the comments. | Watch video
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili is having “knight-mares” about unrealized plans in this member-game analysis.
Even though the two combatants are very good players, there are still plenty of mistakes to avoid in this game.
GM Dzindzichashvili points out the members’ plans gone awry in this entertaining and educational recap. | Watch video
Is there any chance you missed the biggest Chess.com Death Match ever, Nakamura vs. So?
Last weekend, the top two players in the United States squared off on the virtual chessboard for a 33-game battle.
Enjoy this highlights video of the extensive Death Match analysis provided by GM Irina Krush and GM Robert Hess on the original live broadcast.
Check out the related links for Chess.com’s news report on the match. | Watch video