YouTube channels?

Warrick-cc

Hi everyone.

To improve my chess I recently started recording my games with some commentary and posting them on YouTube. I think it might be a helpful for some mid-level players to see how someone else in their rating range thinks. If you are interested, the link is -here-.

I am also interested in subscribing to other chess YouTubers or streamers. Especially those with middle or lower ratings. Sometimes I find it difficult to keep up watching masters play (even with commentary). Could anyone suggest other channels?

Elliott8050
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r00k1epawn

There are some really nice instructive videos where you don't feel stupid:

Sam

https://www.youtube.com/user/SamSCopeland

https://www.youtube.com/user/STLChessClub

(especially GM Akobian!)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkJdvwRC-oGPhRHW_XPNokg

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=john+bartholomew

(check out his Climbing the rating ladder series!)

You can also check out my twitch channel. I'm just an avarage player. I have this guess the move series where I and my viewers go through some master games and try to find the moves and ideas behind them.

https://twitch.tv/rookiepawn

 

r00k1epawn

I stream every day at around 10 pm Australian time.

kamil1222

I really like to watch chessnetwork on YT

m_connors
r00k1epawn wrote:

There are some really nice instructive videos where you don't feel stupid:

Sam

https://www.youtube.com/user/SamSCopeland

https://www.youtube.com/user/STLChessClub

(especially GM Akobian!)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkJdvwRC-oGPhRHW_XPNokg

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=john+bartholomew

(check out his Climbing the rating ladder series!)

You can also check out my twitch channel. I'm just an avarage player. I have this guess the move series where I and my viewers go through some master games and try to find the moves and ideas behind them.

https://twitch.tv/rookiepawn

 

I really enjoy GM Yasser Seirawan's videos on the ST Louis site. I have several saved and generally just search for his name when on you tube to find ones I haven't seen.

awesome170

Here is a good chess channel that just started but has a lot of good content from different gambits to openings.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLXYjOKeyT-KCwK09Bvvxwg

Warrick-cc

Thank you everyone from the comments! I'll check out the links happy.png

TurkishFilms

Very Blunderful Channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2yZdUkqo_5FcRFXUiXXkqQ

Bobby-RadioFixer

Climbing the Ratings Ladder sounds just what im after, intrigued. Some good links there, Thanks ! happy.png grin.png

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CrazyBreak_YT

Youtube ?

awesome170

Yep. It helps us all learn more and have more practice with chess. You should try it out. 

RalucaOfelia

Check this channel out too if you have time, it has different playlists, some focused on endgames, others on openings, on famous games analysis, some videos are on chess basics, etc: youtube link

chessmix63

hanging pawns is a great channel by a amateur player different video series for many different openings, endgames, and overall chess advice and improvement in different areas and positional ideas. i suggest it to anyone under 2000 its interesting and easy to understand

Isabel14042009
Hola
Bobby-RadioFixer

gold.pnghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6fQcpSozPdx531L4Klha9w?view_as=subscriber  

Hammersmith Chess Club grin.pnglol  not too far from me in London 8OD lol

thanks 

SJL0801

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Golden_Gate_Gower

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx26yzoihM_pXgfHCeGvpHQ?view_as=subscriber This is a chess channel recording myself playing chess.

Jonnyx87

Hey,

I just recently started my own Youtube Channel about chess. I'm a ~2100 FIDE rated player and just as you I started the channel because I think that it could be a good way of training.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbZV_8mFKupmdRt8FLFmuWg

SJL0801

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