You probably know that hesitating in chess is bad, but you’ll be amazed at how quickly things fall apart after one unjustified delay.
GM Alex Yermolinsky examines an unusual game from the Russian team championships to illustrate this important chess truth.
Just as White is about to consolidate his position, Black uses that moment to start a deadly attack. You don’t want to miss the double rook sacrifice at the end. | Watch video
GM Sam Shankland is back with another deep game analysis against one of the top players in the world.
This time, Shankland faces the fearsome Russian GM Alexander Grischuk.
Will the young American grandmaster be able to hold his own against Grischuk, whose peak rating is an incredible 2810? | Watch video
Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky. Yermo speculats on the return to Kasparov to competetive chess before moving on to the Russian team championship. Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on May 4. | Watch video
Endgame school is back in session with GM Alex Yermolinsky, who reviews another instructive ending from the Moscow Open.
If you’ve ever wondered how to play an opposite-colored bishop endgame, this video is for you.
Learn how to play these “drawish” endgames from an absolute master instructor.
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As long as chess players keep messing up rook endgames, GM Alex Yermolinksy will keep teaching them.
GM Yermo promises that if you watch this lesson, you will never lose an endgame similar to the one in the video.
Learn how to save the draw in this tricky position. If you find yourself defending this endgame, you will be glad you watched this video. | Watch video