You’ve seen the best moments of the U.S. Championship, but what about the biggest mistakes?
After all, we can learn as much from errors as we can from brilliancies, especially if we’re not already at the grandmaster level.
FM Mike Klein analyzes the biggest blunders from the recently completed championship tournament so you can learn what not to do.
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Two of the best up-and-coming grandmasters in the United States battle it out in this excellent game from the recent U.S. Chess Championship.
GM Alex Yemolinsky analyzes a match-up between Chess.com columnist GM Daniel Naroditsky and GM Ray Robson.
Check out GM Robson’s persistent endgame technique to grind out the win. | Watch video
It’s once again time to go back to the old school of chess analysis with GM Alex Yermolinksy.
Enjoy this full replay from the episode originally broadcast on April 13.
Find out exactly what GM Yermolinksy thinks about one of the biggest stories in chess, GM Wesley So’s forfeit in the recent U.S. Championship. | Watch video
Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So got the most attention at the recently completed 2015 U.S. Championship, but there was plenty of exciting chess from the rest of the field, too.
GM Alex Yermolinsky is back to show you one of the best games of the tournament in the second video of his series on the U.S. Championship.
Enjoy this exciting Bogo-Indian tilt between the aggressive GM Holt and the solid GM Akobian. | Watch video
Shaun Mccoy, Gerard Le-Marechal, and BrotherJosh do their best to fill the shoes of GM Melik who is out in the world this week spreading his chess wings. However, the guys bring him in spirit as they analyze one of Melik's games. Enjoy this full replay from April 17! | Watch video
If you’re going to play the Queen’s Gambit Declined, you’ll need to know several move orders in case your opponent chooses something you weren’t first expecting.
What can Black play against different White move orders? GM Gregory Kaidanov gives you a comprehensive lesson on this important opening topic.
Watch this video to round out your queen’s pawn opening repertoire. | Watch video
GM Simon Williams taught you a repertoire of spicy openings with the white pieces, but what about when you’re playing as Black?
In this new series, learn how GM Williams responds to 1.e4 with the ever-aggressive “Dragodorf.”
Learn how to attack from this promising set-up in this can’t-miss lesson. | Watch video
Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky. Yermo celebrates the double winner of the Aeroflot Open: Nepomniahtchi only the second two time winner of the great strong open tournament. Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on April 6. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinksy returns with a new series reviewing the best games of the recently completed United States chess championship tournament in St. Louis.
In this first video, GM Yermo guides you through a tough battle between Gata Kamsky, a legend of U.S. chess, and the highly inventive GM Gareev.
Enjoy the clash of styles from this very relevant game.
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IM Keaton Kiewra returns with a very important lesson topic: patience.
Many chess players want to launch a quick attack, but true strength relies on timing and patience.
Learn how to slowly improve your position with two of IM Kiewra’s own instructive games. | Watch video