Did you miss the exciting Death Match 28 earlier this month? Now you can see the part one of the full replay right here for this spectacular duel. GM Simen Agdestein took on GM Giorgi Kascheishvili in this battle of the titans. See the related links for the highlights or part 2. | Watch video
Do the world’s best players ever lose in about 20 moves? When they played against Tal, they did.
FM Alisa Melekhina shows you four quick and brilliant games by the great attacking master.
Watch how Tal conjures decisive combinations seemingly out of thin air in these four amazing games.
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GM Simon Williams continues his exciting series on the King’s Gambit with an instructive game that shows the energy and personality of this romantic opening.
Find out how White gains an attacking advantage even after his opponent plays Fischer’s recommended refutation of the King’s Gambit.
GM Williams tells you exactly when you should and should not sacrifice your knight on f3 in this powerful attacking setup. | Watch video
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
Take a trip in GM Roman Dzindzichashvili’s time machine back 30 years to the 1984 Chess Olympiad in Greece.
GM Dzindzichashvili shows you two seemingly straightforward games from this colossal chess event, and explains how you can use the power of simplicity to gain a big advantage. | Watch video
Enjoy this full replay from the Sept. 29 broadcast of “Pardon Our Blunders,” where IM Daniel Rensch and Chess.com reporter Peter Doggers discuss a wide range of pressing chess topics.
What do Daniel and Peter think about cheating in chess, chess espionage, and Fabiano Caruana’s future residence? The only way to know is to watch this video.
Stick around to the end for the “Blunder of the Month”! | Watch video
Welcome to the BIG Show, where IM Daniel Rensch takes on 10 players at a time in a Chess.com simultaneous exhibition.
Check out this full replay of the live show (originally aired on Sept. 25), and see how IM Rensch plays a variety of openings and exciting positions against his opponents.
Stick around for some instructive endgames, and learn IM Rensch’s favorite games other than chess.
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What do you do when your opponent has all the advantages in a game?
Try to create as much confusion as possible!
FM Mike Klein explains how to stir up complications when you have little left to lose, the key to making a comeback. | Watch video
How did GM Sam Shankland win a gold medal at the 2014 Chess Olympiad? By winning crucial games like this one!
In the conclusion of this informative series, GM Shankland annotates his win as Black against GM Federico Perez Ponsa.
Learn how GM Shankland’s knowledge of his opponent’s favorite opening book helped him gain an edge in the Slav Defense.
The game builds up the tactical tension before suddenly resolving itself as a strategic win for GM Shankland. | Watch video
WGM Tatev Abrahamyan walks you through a fascinating attacking game she played in the Politiken Cup.
Find out why WGM Abrahamyan chose an Italian Game over the more popular Ruy Lopez against her opponent’s e5 opening.
Learn what she thinks about the various systems in this popular beginners’ opening, why she deviates from the usual Italian move order, and her advice on how to build a kingside attack in a closed center. | Watch video