GM Alex Yermolinsky starts a new series about his most interesting games from a recent tournament in South America.
In this game, find out how GM Yermo bounces back after an opening that didn’t quite work out as planned, only to fumble away the win in the end.
As you will see, sometimes your opponent dictates your own correct plan, and it’s all about good execution. | Watch video
Are you in the mood for an exciting attacking game?
IM Keaton Kiewra sure is. Here he shows you a dynamic battle between two big names in chess, Pendyala Harikrishna and Loek van Wely.
Watch as these two chess heavyweights slug it out in a game of nonstop attacks.
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Chess puzzles are a hot topic lately. IM Rensch is solving them in marathon sessions, IM Silman is writing about them (see related links), and IM Keaton Kiewra is asking you to solve some of the hardest chess problems in existence.
Play along with IM Kiewra in this fun and challenging video. | Watch video
How do you approach a game you know is going to get complicated?
GM Sam Shankland concluded his super-tournament series with a complex attacking game full of wild tactical possibilities.
Get inside GM Shankland’s head as he explains what he was thinking on every move, and learn how he compares to Magnus Carlsen in time pressure. | Watch video
GM Simon Williams is back with another video on the anti-Sicilian openings, and he starts off today with one of the most powerful ways Black can avoid the open Sicilian while remaining creative and aggressive.
Learn how to use a “crazy” pawn push inspired by Garry Kasparov to deliver the decisive counterpunch in this wild anti-Sicilian system. | Watch video
What is the single-most-important piece of information when GM Roman Dzindzichashvili analyzes a game?
It’s not the rating, not the player, not the event, and not the location. It’s the time control.
Watch how a relatively short time control transforms two good players into habitual blunderers in this entertaining member game analysis. | Watch video
FM Alisa Melekhina thoroughly analyzes one of her recent games to teach you the importance of keeping the tension on the chessboard.
After building a very promising position out of a hyper-accelerated Dragon, FM Melekhina explains how she could have improved even more by doing one simple thing.
You don’t want to miss this video, where every important move is discussed in depth. | Watch video
Do you sometimes wonder why chess masters make certain moves?
This new series is for you. IM Keaton Kiewra analyzes an exciting game between two of the best players in the world, Wesley So and Anish Giri, and explains the reasoning behind every single move.
Don’t forget to join us on Sunday, May 10 for an online chess simul with Anish Giri to benefit the Nepal earthquake relief effort. | Watch video
FM Mike Klein catalogues the best tactics from the brilliant late grandmaster, Vugar Gashimov.
You won’t believe how quickly GM Gashimov was able to shatter the defenses of some of the strongest players in the world.
Enjoy these wild tactics after the tournament in Gashimov’s honor ended yesterday in Shamkir. | Watch video
Do you find yourself getting a good position only to spoil it by missing a simple tactic?
GM Eugene Perelshteyn gives you five tips to improve your tactical abilities you can't afford to miss.
Don't forget to read his accompanying article in the related links. | Watch video