GM Alex Yermolinksy and GM Suat Atalik team up to host Chess.com’s coverage of the Tata Steel supertournament’s first four rounds.
Enjoy the best moments and moves from the early tournament action in this full show, originally broadcast live on Jan. 14.
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What’s the most famous queen sacrifice ever?
FM Mike Klein gives you the best-known queen sacs in history, but it’s up to you to decide.
Will it be the legendary “gold coin” queen sac by Marshall? Or one of the many queen offerings by Morphy?
How about young Fischer’s “game of the century” against Donald Byrne? Or Adolf Anderssen’s immortal game?
Let us know your choice in the comments section! | Watch video
The Sicilian Grand Prix is always good for some crazy pawn action, and GM Eugene Perelshteyn shows you the very best way to attack with one of the most powerful pawn chains in the game.
Learn the optimal plans for both sides in this exciting opening, which can often turn into a race on opposing flanks.
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IM Thomas Rendle is back with a full episode of Hack Attack. Can IM Thomas Rendle beat Chess.com’s blitz players while broadcasting the game live and keeping the audience entertained? Hear IM Rendle’s every thought in this replay of the live stream originally broadcast on January 12. | Watch video
Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky's continuation of his “World Champions” series. Today, we see part two of the Capablanca-Alekhine match. Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on January 12. | Watch video
GM Dejan Bojkov continues his examination of the Ruy Lopez with another masterpiece by Boleslavsky.
Learn the various options available in the main line Ruy Lopez, the most deeply analyzed of all the king pawn openings.
How did Boleslavsky smash open Black’s defenses after a “careless” opening from his opponent?
GM Bojkov demonstrates the winning technique you need to know if you play e4!
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Is there any chance you missed the biggest Chess.com Death Match ever, Nakamura vs. So?
Last weekend, the top two players in the United States squared off on the virtual chessboard for a 33-game battle.
Enjoy this highlights video of the extensive Death Match analysis provided by GM Irina Krush and GM Robert Hess on the original live broadcast.
Check out the related links for Chess.com’s news report on the match. | Watch video
How many mistakes do amateur players make in their games?
You’ll be shocked at how many!
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili shows you a member game ripe with mistakes so you can avoid making the same errors.
In more than 40 years of chess analysis, GM Dzindzichashvili has never seen a game like this one — a veritable comedy of errors.
Learn not only what the players did wrong, but also what they could have done to correct their blunders. | Watch video
IM Daniel Rensch presses the reset button on the Chess.com tactics trainer, starting with a fresh rating of 1200.
How quickly can he rise through the ranks and gain rating points? The tactics trainer is a tough grader, but IM Rensch explains the thought process you need to solve its puzzles.
Learn what an international master is thinking when he solves tactical exercises in this instructive lesson. | Watch video
How did one of the greatest chess players ever handle the Carlsbad pawn structure?
Garry Kasparov is universally considered one of the three best players of all time, so whenever you have a chance to learn an opening approach from him, pay attention!
GM Dejan Bojkov reviews a unique game in this structure from nearly 30 years ago, and Kasparov’s ideas remain relevant to this day. | Watch video