It’s Fischer vs. Tal — what more could a chess fan want? How about IM Keaton Kiewra explaining the key ideas behind almost every move?
Learn who won this battle between two of the greatest players ever, and let IM Kiewra teach you some important chess lessons along the way. | Watch video
Everyone knows the Sicilian is a fighting opening, where both sides need to go all-in on their plans.
But how do you gain the initiative in such a hotly contested opening?
GM Melikset Khachiyan reviews one of his own recent games to show you exactly the plan you need. | Watch video
FM Kostya Kavutskiy previews his new book on the open Sicilian in this exclusive video for Chess.com.
If you’re looking for a complete repertoire against the Sicilian defense, FM Kavutskiy has you covered.
Enjoy a sneak preview of some exciting book content in the 2…e6 Sicilian system. | Watch video
Are you hungry for more highlights from the exciting FIDE Grand Prix in Tashkent?
GM Alex Yermolinksy teams up with GM Simon Williams for the first time to review all the notable games from the latter round of this super-strong tournament. | Watch video
How did Magnus Carlsen become the triple crown champion of chess? To win the classical, rapid and blitz world titles, he needed some "Carlsen Magic" as GM Yermolinsky says. Watch and see why his blitz rating is nearing 3000 - Carlsen just never knows when to call it a day. Today he squeezes the polyglot GM Sergei Movsesian until his opponent lands in a pitiful zugzwang. The kid has the goods no matter the time control! | Watch video
Two hands for three trophies? We've got to get Magnus a title belt to wear! After winning the World Championship in November, last month he flew to Dubai and won two more world titles. Carlsen is now king of rapid and blitz chess, and today GM Yermolinsky breaks down some of the key moments in the desert. "It's a dry heat" as they say, but not when you're facing the boy wonder! Bring a change of shirts because he's going to make you sweat. | Watch video
GM Gata Kamsky is sometimes known as a solid player, but lately he's been playing some inspired chess. At the World Cup, he played one of his most electric games, relentlessly attacking Black's king. How brutal? 17 threats in a row. 16 were defended, but the last could only be met by resignation. Hold on while Kamsky puts the accelerator to the floor. It is going to be a wild ride. | Watch video