Are you ready for another fiery King’s Gambit game?
GM Simon Williams deeply analyzes a brilliant attacking game in this romantic opening.
Learn how to cash in your lead in development for a devastating attack.
GM Williams shows you the powerful secrets of the King’s Gambit, and how to crush your unsuspecting opponents who will be expecting anything but this dynamic opening. | Watch video
Can GM Alex Lenderman make up a 130-point rating difference against GM Wang Yue in Death Match 27?
Watch these exciting highlights to find out.
Whether you missed the live broadcast last week, or you just want to relive its best moments, you’ll find what you’re looking for in the next 21 minutes.
GM Simon Williams and GM Irina Krush supply the commentary for this clash of strong grandmasters.
Be sure to stick around until the end of the video for the match’s thrilling conclusion. | Watch video
Can GM Alex Lenderman make up a 130-point rating difference against GM Wang Yue in Death Match 27? Watch the complete show to find out. If you missed the live broadcast last week, relive it in all its glory here! GM Simon Williams and GM Irina Krush supply the commentary for this clash of strong grandmasters. Be sure to stick around until the end of the video for the match’s thrilling conclusion. | Watch video
IM Daniel Rensch kicks off a new video series with a look at the five pins you need to know before you play your next game.
With examples appropriate for all skill levels, IM Rensch shows you the different types of pins and how to use them to win.
You’ll learn how each pin works and the types of positions where you need to look for them.
Don’t forget to take IM Rensch’s timed challenges in the video based on your own skill level. | Watch video
Most of us are not professional chess players, and if you are an amateur, this is the show for you! GM Melik Khachiyan teams up with host Josh Sampson to analyze member games of all strengths. Watch this full replay of the show (originally broadcast on September 11) to find out what GM Khachiyan would have done differently in all the games he reviews. | Watch video
What happens when two of the greatest chess minds ever collide?
GM Dejan Bojkov shows you the fireworks when two of history’s strongest grandmasters face each other: GM Richard Reti and GM Akiba Rubinstein.
GM Bojkov analyzes this positional masterpiece from Reti, and explains how he was able to crack Rubinstein’s defenses to score a win. | Watch video
Are you ready for a wild game where both sides sacrifice material for better piece activity?
Doesn’t sound like a boring grandmaster draw, does it?
GM Ben Finegold agrees, and he explains why this Vitiugov-MVL drawn game is more exciting than most wins.
Watch how both grandmasters sacrifice exchanges for specific goals, and listen to GM Finegold’s advice on how to be patient after making a material sacrifice. | Watch video
GM Sam Shankland starts out a new video series for Chess.com demonstrating his gold-medal-winning performance at the recently concluded chess Olympiad.
In this first game, GM Shankland shows you how to put away a lower-rated player in a game you’re supposed to win — which is often easier said than done.
Take a look at this sharp Sicilian Richter-Rauzer game and learn how to win a gold medal. | Watch video
When is a draw more exciting than a win? GM Ben Finegold makes his case for this fighting draw between two of the best players in the world, Magnus Carlsen and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave.
Played in the recently concluded Sinquefield Cup (the strongest chess tournament of all time), this game helped set the standard for aggressive, dynamic chess early in the pairings.
Watch carefully for a secret move that according to GM Hikaru Nakamura was only known by three players in the world!
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Watch IM Daniel Rensch and GM Ben Finegold argue 10 hot chess topics in this full replay of their “Pardon Our Blunders” live show from August 26.
When the words have run their course, IM Rensch and GM Finegold opt to settle their dispute on the chess board in a bullet throwdown with live commentary.
Don’t miss when FM Mike Klein calls in with his “blunder of the month.” | Watch video