YouTube channels?

bilalakhtar110

Zurkhaneh!!

Broadsword79
This is my channel. Feel free to subscribe to me and i’ll do the same to anyone back
Broadsword79
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuRJ4QBPvT_B6lc1I6TPt7g
candido1

I just started my own one up a month ago. Only have 6 videos up now, but plan on continuing my study of endgame positions and will also post highlights of my Twitch stream. Thinking about maybe doing an "amateur game of the week" too. I'm 1700 USCF rated with the goal of becoming an expert!

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyPmRbsWJQF8xCZipVlRD6g

SJL0801

mbkguybutd gfj

 

 

 

 

Srimurugan108

Recommend a learning YouTube channel

Homsar

Yeah I have one to suggest, my channel

Exclam Chess

chamo2074

I might start one in july. Btw I'm the one that commented on your video ( I told you that you missed the greek gift) I'm 1300, very close to your rating

Gougatron_2019

John Bartholomew, Sam Copeland, Akobian are all great.

My friend would want me to link his channel which he just started literally yesterday, so please check it out:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLYun-q6Ieqn_Ss8zdshmwg

(I think his game analysis videos are quite instructive).

Gougatron_2019
Gougatron_2019 wrote:

John Bartholomew, Sam Copeland, Akobian are all great.

My friend would want me to link his channel which he just started literally yesterday, so please check it out:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLYun-q6Ieqn_Ss8zdshmwg

(I think his game analysis videos are quite instructive).

He is 13 years old, roughly 1700 FIDE

Can-eh-duh
For me, personally, I am a big fan of Agadmator. He is steadfast with daily videos, very instructive and committed to his channel.
SJL0801

shut up

bn1462

Check out this relatively new YouTube chess channel. Has fun blitz games, a series on Planning in the Middlegame, and commentary on matches from a recent knockout blitz tournament.

Don't forget to comment, like and suscribe.

Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV_FjBLKhZcVxK8D6YBg_Sw

DoctorCliff

Having not played regularly since I was in school, I though a great idea would be to chart my progress as I get back into it.  You can follow me on Doctor Cliff Sports Gaming if interested,

LeeEuler

I find John Bartholomew's videos good because he often showcases himself playing games against lower rated players and where they went wrong

yashikalagara1020
Warrick-cc wrote:

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?

You can always do the puzzles on this website without other people seeing. They are informational video's and they explain very good.