You know that Magnus Carlsen is a brilliant positional player, but do you know why?
GM Eugene Perelshteyn reviews an instructive Carlsen win against Vishy Anand from the 2013 Tal Memorial tournament.
Find out GM Perelshteyn’s advice on how to play against the “hanging pawns” that Anand took pains to avoid in the game. | Watch video
IM Daniel Rensch concludes his “comeback tour” with an instructive last-round game in the Mind Games tournament on Chess.com.
IM Rensch shows you how to take apart the Accelerated Dragon with a traditional Yugoslav Attack as he tries to finish the tournament on a perfect score.
You’ll learn Danny’s advice on when to liquidate a position for a winning ending, and when to keep the tension on the board. | 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
Are you hungry for more highlights from the exciting FIDE Grand Prix in Tashkent?
GM Alex Yermolinksy teams up with GM Simon Williams for the first time to review all the notable games from the latter round of this super-strong tournament. | Watch video
The recently concluded FIDE Grand Prix in Tashkent was an exceptionally exciting tournament, with thrilling games and down-to-the-wire results.
GMs Alex Yermolinksy and Simon Williams covered the event for Chess.com, and you can watch their selected highlights right here.
Enjoy these amazing games with some of the best players in the world. | Watch video