GM Melikset Khachiyan is back with another pawn majority lesson, this time drawing from a game by one of the greatest players ever, Anatoly Karpov.
Watch how the master used his dangerous queenside pawns to devastate his opponent.
Learn how to use a queenside pawn majority in your own games to generate a spectacular win. | Watch video
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
The 2015 version of the Norway Chess super-tournament kicked off this week with its opening blitz mini-event, and Chess.com was there with its extensive recap show.
Join GM Alex Yermolinsky, Chess.com journalist Peter Doggers, and GM Dejan Bojkov in this full replay of the live analysis show.
Don’t forget to tune into the ChessTV link below for daily Norway Chess recaps every tournament day at 2 PM Pacific Time. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinsky starts a new series about his most interesting games from a recent tournament in South America.
In this game, find out how GM Yermo bounces back after an opening that didn’t quite work out as planned, only to fumble away the win in the end.
As you will see, sometimes your opponent dictates your own correct plan, and it’s all about good execution. | Watch video
Every Sicilian player knows that one of the most annoying responses by White is the move c3. White threatens to build a powerful pawn center, so what can Black do about it?
Never worry — GM Simon Williams is here to show you an aggressive way to punish the c3 Sicilian, shifting the game back onto your terms.
Learn how to blast this opening off the board and rack up wins in the most active opening for Black. | Watch video
We know the queen and knight work well together, but have you seen them completely dominate the chessboard?
GM Dejan Bojkov picks out a nice game where these two pieces are in total synergy, conjuring up a positional masterpiece at the same time.
Learn how even the computers can misunderstand critical knight vs. bishop positions in this enlightening game. | Watch video
Are you in the mood for an exciting attacking game?
IM Keaton Kiewra sure is. Here he shows you a dynamic battle between two big names in chess, Pendyala Harikrishna and Loek van Wely.
Watch as these two chess heavyweights slug it out in a game of nonstop attacks.
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Have you ever faced an opponent who played the Grand Prix?
GM Simon Williams shows you how to bust open this annoying anti-Sicilian system, gaining the wild and entertaining game you want.
Learn how to play against jolly old England’s favorite anti-Sicilian in this enlightening video lesson. | Watch video
Two of Chess.com’s best hosts join forces to cover the 2015 ChessKid National Invitational Championship.
Watch this full replay of IM Daniel Rensch and FM Mike Klein broadcasting through an exciting round one of this prestigious event.
Check out the related news report to see who won the entire event. | Watch video
Are you looking for an opening to play in blitz games?
GM Maxim Dlugy has a intriguing option: The London System.
This solid, powerful, and flexible opening is perfect for blitz, and GM Dlugy draws upon the London System’s most famous practitioner — Gata Kamsky — to teach you the main ideas. | Watch video