GM Gregory Kaidanov concludes his all-encompassing Queen’s Gambit Declined video lesson series with the one you’ve been waiting for: the current main line.
Learn the ins and outs of one of the most important openings in the history of chess from one of the game’s finest teachers.
After watching this video, you’ll have grandmaster-level preparation in this tricky opening. | Watch video
GM Gregory Kaidanov is back with another lesson in the most authoritative video series on the Queen’s Gambit in chess history.
Learn the crucial 5. Bf4 lines in this deep and complex opening from one of the top chess theoreticians in the world. | Watch video
GM Maurice Ashley continues his popular series on the best of the 2014 Millionaire Chess tournament, the richest open in chess history.
Enjoy this spirited battle for the right to move on to “Millionaire Monday,” where more than $700,000 in cash prizes were at stake.
Pawns and pieces fly all over the board in this can’t-miss game. | 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
Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky. Cheating in chess. Yermo explains why they topic can no longer be avoided, and explores the history of cheating. Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on May 11.
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What was the most exciting game from the richest open chess tournament in history?
GM Maurice Ashley gives you the play-by-play to a brilliant game played in Vegas.
You won’t believe the spectacular attack that arises quickly out of a Najdorf Sicilian. If you want to learn how to play against the Najdorf, you must watch this video. | Watch video
The Queen’s Gambit Declined is one of the most important openings in chess, and GM Gregory Kaidanov begins a new series devoted to it.
Learn the origin, history, basic ideas, move orders, and transpositions of this solid opening. Then dive deep into the variations where the c and d pawns are exchanged early.
The Queen’s Gambit Declined is as relevant as ever today, even making an appearance at the most recent world championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand. | Watch video
Did you miss the biggest Titled Tuesday in history?
Check out the full replay here and find out who won a piece of the $2,500 prize pool, the largest ever for Titled Tuesday.
Join host IM Daniel Rensch as he shows you the best games of this amazing tournament.
Check out FM Mike Klein's full report in the related links. | Watch video
What’s the most famous queen sacrifice ever?
FM Mike Klein gives you the best-known queen sacs in history, but it’s up to you to decide.
Will it be the legendary “gold coin” queen sac by Marshall? Or one of the many queen offerings by Morphy?
How about young Fischer’s “game of the century” against Donald Byrne? Or Adolf Anderssen’s immortal game?
Let us know your choice in the comments section! | Watch video
How would you do in a game against Magnus Carlsen?
Eleven lucky Chess.com and ChessKid members got to find out in one of the biggest events in Chess.com history.
Did we mention that the actor Rainn Wilson (Dwight from “The Office”) was one of the players in the simul?
Join IM Daniel Rensch and GM Irina Krush in this full replay of their live broadcast — and don’t miss the post-game interview with Magnus Carlsen himself.
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