Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky. Yermo continues to explore the challengers to World Championship with his viewers. Who will they settle on? Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on March 16. | Watch video
GM Maurice Ashley reviews the best games from the richest chess tournament ever, 2014’s Millionaire Chess in Las Vegas.
Watch one of the most exciting games from round one with full commentary and analysis by GM Ashley.
Learn how the solid GM Dreev handles a sharp Slav line in the Queen’s Gambit Accepted — which gets especially crazy after his young opponent tries to sac a pawn. | Watch video
GM Melik Khachiyan and Brother Josh analyze member games in their latest edition of the Melik and Me show.
Enjoy a full replay of this fun and educational program originally broadcast on March 12.
Find out what the Chess.com members did right and wrong in their own games as analyzed by a grandmaster. | 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
How did one of the greatest players of all time push his pawns?
Find out how the future world champion Garry Kasparov used his mobile pawns to attack in this instructive lesson by GM Eugene Perelshteyn.
Watch the young Kasparov practically blast his opponent off the board with his powerful marching central pawns. | Watch video
FM Mike Klein concludes his exceptional queen sacrifice series with a look at the best queen sacs of the millennium.
You won’t want to miss these modern brilliancies, especially with the best checkmate of the entire series coming up in the video.
After you watch, be sure to mention your own favorite queen sacs in the comment section. | Watch video
How do you beat two of the best players in the world at blitz?
Take notes from GM Maxim Dlugy, who shows you his amazing wins against super-GMs Grischuk and Aronian.
Learn how to neutralize your opponents’ strengths before they cause problems, and find out how to prioritize your own positional ideas — even when time is short.
Hopefully you can use this knowledge if you get a chance to play GM Hikaru Nakamura in Saturday’s free event! | Watch video
Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky. Today Yermo learns from viewers on Bobby Fischer's 72nd birthday. Who is going to be the next challenger to Magnus Carlsen? Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on March 9. | Watch video
The Queen’s Gambit Declined is one of the most important openings in chess, and GM Gregory Kaidanov begins a new series devoted to it.
Learn the origin, history, basic ideas, move orders, and transpositions of this solid opening. Then dive deep into the variations where the c and d pawns are exchanged early.
The Queen’s Gambit Declined is as relevant as ever today, even making an appearance at the most recent world championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand. | Watch video
Did you miss the latest Titled Tuesday tournament on Chess.com?
IM Daniel Rensch has you covered with the full replay of his live broadcast.
Check out what it’s like to be an international master playing in a titled tournament, and enjoy some exciting late-round action to see who wins. | Watch video