Sergey Karjakin just won the prestigious FIDE World Cup, so what better time to look at one of his games from another top-tier event, the Russian Superfinal?
IM Keaton Kiewra reviews Karjackin’s exciting game vs GM Khismatullin, and points out what you can learn from these strong Russian grandmasters. | Watch video
Even if your position is bad, you can still take advantage of your opponent’s mistakes to salvage or even win the game.
In this entertaining member-game analysis, GM Roman Dzindzichashvili points out all the times both players did not do this, playing move after move of plan-less chess.
Find out what these two Chess.com members should have played in this hilarious lesson. | Watch video
Jump inside the mind of IM Keaton Kiewra as he plays a strong grandmaster in a Chess.com blitz showdown.
With time ticking down, which of these titled players will come out on top?
After the game, Keaton slows things down to analyze each move, pointing out missed opportunities for both sides. | Watch video
GM Maxim Dlugy and IM Yaacov Norowitz put on a show last week, playing a marathon blitz and bullet session for high stakes.
Join Chess.com hosts IM Daniel Rensch and GM Irina Krush for a full replay of Death Match 32. You won’t be disappointed, as the match comes down to the final game.
Don’t forget to read FM Mike Klein’s news report in the related links. | Watch video
Even if you’ve got a concrete advantage going into the endgame, you could fail to take home the full point if you release the tension too early.
FM Alisa Melekhina illustrates this vital concept with one of her recent games from the women’s world team championships.
Learn what happens when you fail to keep to tension, and how to avoid this strategic mistake. | Watch video