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
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
Who are the rising stars of the chess world?
Many of them are GM Melikset Khachiyan’s students.
GM Khachiyan shines the spotlight on one of his most aggressive chess students, Maurya Palusa, who loves to sacrifice pieces and conjure up wild tactics. | Watch video
Are you ready for a roller coaster of a chess game?
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili is back with his latest member game analysis, and as usual, lots of mistakes were made.
With both sides upping the ante, making bigger and bigger blunders, who will come out on top?
You’d better watch till the end to find out. | Watch video
If you like sharp, tactical games, you don’t want to miss this masterpiece from round two of last year’s Millionaire Chess tournament.
GM Maurice Ashley reviews an exciting battle where each opponent chooses the most aggressive opening options possible.
Can the up-and-coming GM Yu defeat GM Fishbein in his own pet Sicilian line? Watch this educational video to find out. | Watch video
GM Melikset Khachiyan continues his rising stars series with one of his youngest and most promising students, Rithik Polavaram.
Watch an exciting game from an up-and-coming chess talent in this informative video.
Learn GM Khachiyan’s crucial advice for how to respond in the center when your opponent attacks on the flank, and vice-versa. | Watch video
Which opening did Hikaru Nakamura just use to win against GM Holt at the U.S. Championship? This one!
GM Rashad Babaev gives you an introductory lesson on both the King’s Indian Defense and Attack.
If you like the positions in the video, you should definitely add the flexible King’s Indian to your repertoire. | Watch video
Beating Hikaru Nakamura in blitz — it may seem like an April Fool’s joke, but it’s possible.
GM Maxim Dlugy shows you exactly how to do it in an instructive lesson.
Creating a solid defense to force his opponent to maintain pressure and waste time, Dlugy is able to fend off a bunch of scary attacks to bring home the point. | Watch video