If you’re looking for a nice, quiet chess game, this video is not for you.
GM Alex Yermolinsky reviews a game where neither side was willing to back down from the sharpest lines, and the results are complicated, to say the least.
Learn what GM Yermolinksy was thinking as he chose the most aggressive moves available. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinsky starts a new series about his most interesting games from a recent tournament in South America.
In this game, find out how GM Yermo bounces back after an opening that didn’t quite work out as planned, only to fumble away the win in the end.
As you will see, sometimes your opponent dictates your own correct plan, and it’s all about good execution. | Watch video
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
Have you ever seen a perfect game of chess?
GM Alex Yermolinksy has. Join GM Yermo in a deep analysis of an exciting battle between two of the brightest stars in recent chess history: Alexei Shirov and Vladimir Kramnik.
Shirov decides early to steer the game away from the infamous Berlin endgame, with spectacular results. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinksy draws inspiration from a recent FIDE World Team Championship game to teach you the intricacies of a complex endgame.
With a rook facing off against a bishop and knight, the position isn’t so clear.
But GM Yermo walks you through all the possibilities to show you which side is winning — and how to win. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinksy is back with another full episode of Old School.
With no shortage of opinions, game analysis, and amusing stories, this show has something for every chess fan.
Enjoy this full replay of the show originally broadcast on April 20. | Watch video
Two of the best up-and-coming grandmasters in the United States battle it out in this excellent game from the recent U.S. Chess Championship.
GM Alex Yemolinsky analyzes a match-up between Chess.com columnist GM Daniel Naroditsky and GM Ray Robson.
Check out GM Robson’s persistent endgame technique to grind out the win. | Watch video
Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So got the most attention at the recently completed 2015 U.S. Championship, but there was plenty of exciting chess from the rest of the field, too.
GM Alex Yermolinsky is back to show you one of the best games of the tournament in the second video of his series on the U.S. Championship.
Enjoy this exciting Bogo-Indian tilt between the aggressive GM Holt and the solid GM Akobian. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinksy returns with a new series reviewing the best games of the recently completed United States chess championship tournament in St. Louis.
In this first video, GM Yermo guides you through a tough battle between Gata Kamsky, a legend of U.S. chess, and the highly inventive GM Gareev.
Enjoy the clash of styles from this very relevant game.
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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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