Don't miss these highlights from the decisive round 11 of the world championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand. | Watch video
IM Daniel Rensch and GM Georg Meier take the helm of Chess.com’s highlights coverage for the world chess championship between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand.
Games nine and ten were crucial for the eventual outcome of the match, as Carlsen was able to secure draws despite Anand’s best attempts to convert any winning chances he could create.
Stick around for an in-depth look at only the important stuff in this informative video. | Watch video
Join GM Dejan Bojkov and GM Danny Gormally for Chess.com’s official recap of game 11 in the world championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand.
This was the game that proved decisive in securing Magnus Carlsen’s defense of his world championship title.
Learn all the intricacies of the game, including the dubious exchange sacrifice by Anand that sealed his fate. | Watch video
GMs Dejan Bojkov and Melik Khachiyan host Chess.com’s comprehensive highlights show for rounds seven and eight in the ongoing world chess championship between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand.
Get caught up on these two important games as GMs Bojkov and Khachiyan review all the important moves and variations.
Be a part of chess history as you follow along this exciting world championship match. | Watch video
Join GM Alex Yermolinsky and GM Danny Gormally for Chess.com’s official recap of game nine in the world championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand.
Although this game was not as thrilling as others in the match, GMs Yermolinsky and Gormally show you some interesting ideas you don’t want to miss. | Watch video
Want to keep up with the Magnus Carlsen-Vishy Anand world championship match on your own schedule?
IM Thomas Rendle and GM Danny Gormally host Chess.com’s recap show for game two of the world championship match in Sochi.
The two provide master-level analysis on how Carlsen scored his exciting win, seizing the lead in the match.
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GM Ben Finegold continues his series on exciting draws with this thrilling tilt between Caruana and Kramnik.
Learn how GM Finegold evaluates an unbalanced but equal middlegame resulting from the Berlin Defense, and learn why Kramnik chose his variation with Black.
See how Kramnik gets compensation from being down an entire rook and eventually secures the draw. | Watch video
FM Elliot Liu concludes both the exciting Lasker game from part 3 and the video series as a whole with this thrilling finishing flurry of continual chess threats.
Learn how Lasker finished off the hapless Porges by maintaining constant pressure and creating new problems for his opponent with every move.
Can you find the piece sacrifice at the end that seals the deal? | Watch video
FM Elliot Liu shows you a brilliant Emanuel Lasker game from nearly 120 years ago to illustrate the power of making constant threats with your moves.
Lasker uncorks one of the first uses of the Berlin Defense in top-level play to quickly gain an advantage in this instructive game.
FM Liu shows you how Lasker pressed his edge and improved his position with every move. | Watch video
Watch the critical moment of the World Champion's first loss in classical chess in nearly one year. The dragon slayer, GM Fabiano Caruana, was also the last to beat him. GMs Yermolinsky and Shabalov (making his Chess.com/tv debut!) try to understand why Magnus Carlsen could just allow a basic tactic. At first, Shabalov thinks the position must be wrong! Watch and see the Berlin Wall finally fall and the explanations offered for it. | Watch video