Can you learn chess from blitz games?
IM Keaton Kiewra says you sure can — as long as you analyze your games well.
Join IM Kiewra as he plays against some of the strongest blitz opponents on Chess.com, and watch how an international master approaches a blitz post-mortem. | Watch video
We all know that opposite-colored bishop endgames are drawish, but what is the best technique to actually defend this endgame?
GM Alex Yermolinsky, one of Chess.com’s best endgame specialists, has all the answers in this first video of a new series.
Learn how to properly defend a bishop ending in this can’t-miss video lesson. | Watch video
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili has analyzed a lot of member games, but this is one of the most instructive lessons he’s ever given.
Can both players violate the same chess rule over and over in a single game? You won’t believe what you’re seeing, but it’s true.
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Join two of the most charismatic grandmasters in the chess business, Alex Yermolinky and Simon Williams, for the last three rounds of the Dortmund super tournament.
If you didn’t follow along during the tournament itself, never worry: GMs Yermo and Williams have all the highlights you need to see in rounds five, six, and seven. | Watch video
FM Mike Klein tours the chess games of Europe in this rapid-fire video.
Analyzing seven of the best games the continent has to offer, FM Klein shows you amazing tactics and beautiful combinations.
Take fun a trip with FM Klein in this multicultural chess exploration. | Watch video
Don’t show this video to chess students, because GM Simon Williams recommends moving your queen out early in this spicy opening.
See how to create legitimate threats with your queen in the English Defense — an idea that even got a good position against Anatoly Karpov, one of the best players ever. | Watch video
Hikaru Nakamura took on a former world champion, and IM Keaton Kiewra has a comprehensive analysis of the game.
Which world champion did Hikaru play? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.
Learn how the strongest players in the world go about improving their position in this lesson. | Watch video
Sometimes chess is a race, and only the fastest player will survive.
GM Rashad Babaev shows you how to win the race that often emerges in the extra-sharp Mar del Plata King’s Indian.
Learn what you need to know about this cutting edge opening. Be sure to check out GM Smith’s article in the related links. | Watch video
What you don’t know about playing against pawn majorities in chess can hurt you, as GM Melikset Khachiyan explains in his latest pawn lesson.
Learn how to take on a larger pawn chain and emerge victorious, bucking the mathematics with accurate play. | Watch video
This month’s Titled Tuesday featured some of the best chess players in the world, but none of them could come close to GM Hikaru Nakamura, who won his third straight event.
Join Chess.com host IM Danny Rensch for this full replay of Tuesday’s show and experience the chess action all over again.
Be sure to read FM Mike Klein’s news report in the related links. | Watch video