Who better to teach you attacking chess than Mikhail Tal, the brilliant former world champion?
IM Keaton Kiewra walks you through one of Tal’s most spectacular attacking games, where all his sacrifices arise from solid positional chess.
Learn IM Kiewra’s advice on how to attack like Tal, and soon your games will be a lot more exciting.
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Even if you watched every move of game 6 live, you’ll want to check out this recap from GMs Yermolinsky and Atalik.
Round 6 of the world championship between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand might go down as the most famous game of the match, because Carlsen made a beginner’s blunder — and just as quickly, Anand missed it!
Carlsen went on to win in this game that will surely be remembered for all time. | Watch video
Watch IM Daniel Rensch play and analyze his thrilling fourth game in the Mind Games tournament on Chess.com. IM Rensch talks you through every move so you understand why he played it.
This game, IM Rensch is paired with a strong young national master, and quickly reaches a sharp, unclear position.
It’s always exciting when two masters castle on opposite sides in a rapid game. Can IM Rensch hold on to win this crucial game? Or will Black’s queenside attack be too much, too quickly? | Watch video
Want to keep up with the Magnus Carlsen-Vishy Anand world championship match on your schedule?
GM Alex Yermolinksy and GM Suat Atalik host Chess.com’s recap show for game one of the world championship match.
GMs Yermo and Atalik analyze the opening game, and Chess.com journalist Peter Doggers checks in to give you a report from the scene of the match in Sochi. | Watch video
How does Magnus Carlsen plan against Hikaru Nakamura?
GM Eugene Perelshteyn gives you an in-depth look at Carlsen’s preparation for this world-class battle against America’s top player.
Watch how Carlsen develops a powerful center and a devastating attack in one of the most popular openings, the Italian Game. | Watch video