GM Movsesian goes one more round with the merciless silicon monster in this concluding video of GM Alex Yermolinsky’s series.
Find out how the human grandmaster did against the machine, and what strategies GM Yermo thinks humans should use against computer engines in odds matches. | Watch video
Computer odds matches against titled human players are increasingly popular spectacles.
Chess.com recently announced that GM Hikaru Nakamura will play Komodo, the world’s strongest chess engine ever, in a November odds match,
Komodo previously played GM Movsesian in an odds match, and GM Alex Yermolinsky reviews another game from the exciting battle of man vs. monster machine.
Find out which shocking sacrifice the computer played that was deemed the "move of the week" by Chess.com. | Watch video
Some of the most exciting chess being played today pits man vs. machine with material odds for the human player.
GM Alex Yermolinsky reviews game one of the recent match between the Komodo, the strongest chess computer ever, and GM Movsesian.
Find out how Movsesian did with his pawn-odds in this entertaining analysis.
Don’t forget to watch IM Daniel Rensch play Stockfish at material odds every #ChessMonday on Chess.com/TV. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinsky continues his educational series on Sergey Karjackin’s rook endgame wizardry.
Learn how the super-GM used his superior knowledge of these extremely complex endgames to make magic on the chessboard.
Don’t forget to check out the prior videos in this series in the related links. | Watch video
GM Sergey Karjakin single-handedly defeated the entire Chinese chess team and “upheld the honor of Mother Russia,” according to GM Alex Yermolinsky.
Taking advantage of the event’s format, Karjakin eliminated his opponents one by one.
Against the super-GM Yu Yangyi, Karjakin found himself down a pawn in a blitz showdown.
Find out how the Russian master used the unbalanced position to win the game. | Watch video
Sergey Karjakin was a one-man wrecking crew at the recent Russia-China international match, destroying the best Chinese grandmasters in his wake.
GM Alex Yermolinksy reviews Karjakin’s masterful rook endgame technique from this event, showing you how to play these extremely difficult positions.
Don’t forget to read FM Mike Klein’s full news report on Karjakin’s win in the related links. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinsky is back with the final word on opposite-color bishop endgames with pawns on the board.
Learn the crucial differences between various important positions, and note how even the most subtle changes can totally change the outcome of the ending.
These endgames are so variable that they defy mathematical rules, and some of the positions in this video will make you wish the board had an “i-file” for your king to use. | Watch video
Sometimes the best way to secure a draw in lopsided opposite-colored bishop endgames is to follow your opponent’s king with your own.
If your king behaves like it has separation anxiety from its counterpart, you can control the key diagonal without letting the opposing pawns advance.
Sounds a little confusing? The endgame expert GM Alex Yermolinsky walks you through this important concept. | Watch video
We all know that opposite-colored bishop endgames are drawish, but what is the best technique to actually defend this endgame?
GM Alex Yermolinsky, one of Chess.com’s best endgame specialists, has all the answers in this first video of a new series.
Learn how to properly defend a bishop ending in this can’t-miss video lesson. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinsky has a key piece of endgame knowledge you simply have to know if you’re serious about chess.
Learn the best way to draw when down a pawn with two pieces each left — and see how GM Yermo’s opponent lost because he did not follow this advice!
Finally, if your opponent allows it, learn how to win with an extra pawn and a knight vs a bishop. | Watch video