Join GM Alex Yermolinsky and GM Simon Williams for Chess.com’s official recap of game 10 in the world championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand.
The clock was ticking for Anand, who needed to score a win to equalize the match.
Unfortunately for the Indian super-GM, it was not to be. Despite some winning chances, the game ended up drawn. | Watch video
GM Dzindzi's continuation of his series on the Grunfeld spotlights two of his favorite games. In a rarity, he shows of one of his own, as well as a Kasparov classic that he calls "the most powerful game ever." Both examples emanate from Qb3 systems, and Black eventually gets ...b5 in with tempo. The grandmaster also points out how sharp openings can be won by preparation. Watch and be satisfied with some home cookin'! | Watch video
GM Kaidanov reviews a very nice win in the career of Magnus Carlsen over Leinier Dominguez. The game highlights the importance of being aggressive with your pawns, gaining space early and often, and thinking critically in terms of what the position needs, and not just castling or playing other "principled moves" because they are normally correct. Follow those steps, try to guess the moves, and maybe you can play like Magnus! | Watch video
He plays in so many tournaments, continuously creates one instructive moment for his Chess.com Students to enjoy after another, and always does so with style! Who is he? GM Melik Khachiyan of course! We decided to create a new series designed to "keep up" with Melik and his journey, and here he takes on recent Death Match runner up, and Chess.com Ambassador, GM Alejandro Ramirez. | Watch video