youtube chess videos

trigs

does anyone know the names of some good youtube chess people?

i have come across "KensOfficeUSA" who has quite a few videos and seems pretty good. anyone know of any other good ones?

Skipp

jrobichess has some decent videos.

Shivsky

Kingscrusher is quite good as well.

orangehonda
Skipp wrote:

jrobichess has some decent videos.


Nooooo, not this again...

PTrain22

i like both jrobichess or kingscrusher

Kernicterus
orangehonda wrote:
Skipp wrote:

jrobichess has some decent videos.


Nooooo, not this again...


hehe.

 

I like manu something

RetGuvvie98

trigs,

if you pay for the upgrade to diamond member, there are an incredible number of chess videos available here - for diamond members.

regards, and no, Erik does not pay me to shill this site.  I think these videos are great.

Beast719

This is a good one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK5TQSKmS3o

We do a similar thing in Wales except without gloves.

orangehonda
Beast719 wrote:

This is a good one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK5TQSKmS3o

We do a similar thing in Wales except without gloves.


"A fight is decided either through a knockout in the ring or by checkmate on the chessboard...
or of course if one of the two opponents runs out of time on his chess clock."

I laughed when he got to the chess clock condition Smile neat video.

trigs
RetGuvvie98 wrote:

trigs,

if you pay for the upgrade to diamond member, there are an incredible number of chess videos available here - for diamond members.

regards, and no, Erik does not pay me to shill this site.  I think these videos are great.


yes i know and i've heard they're really good, but to double my price for membership is a lot for me at this time.

and thanks for all the reponses everyone!

Musikamole
orangehonda wrote:
Beast719 wrote:

This is a good one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK5TQSKmS3o

We do a similar thing in Wales except without gloves.


"A fight is decided either through a knockout in the ring or by checkmate on the chessboard...
or of course if one of the two opponents runs out of time on his chess clock."

I laughed when he got to the chess clock condition neat video.


 Laughing Laughing Laughing

"I was way up on time, but it's hard to find a winning combination after getting hit hard in the head."

Laughing Laughing Laughing

Kernicterus

Beast, thanks for that link.  Who knew there were chess hotties in Chess Boxing.

Tricklev

Majnu2006 - http://www.youtube.com/user/Majnu2006

Kingscrusher - http://www.youtube.com/user/kingscrusher

SeanGGodly - http://www.youtube.com/user/SeanGGodley

Alexandra Kosteniuk (!!!) - http://www.youtube.com/user/ChessQueen



And stay far away from Jrobi, that guy hasn´t got a clue.

chessoholicalien

I've always found this guy's videos extremely clear. I could listen to him all day:

http://www.youtube.com/user/ChessNetwork

Kernicterus
chessoholicalien wrote:

I've always found this guy's videos extremely clear. I could listen to him all day:

http://www.youtube.com/user/ChessNetwork


I just checked him out.  Very very nice.

Biarien

These are the three chess commentators on YouTube that I watch. I particularly enjoy Sean's commentary, and Majnu did a nice series on the Sicilian Dragon a while back.  kingscrusher has a nice series on the Slav among many other videos.

billwall

jessicafischerqueen has made several nice YouTube videos on Fischer, Morphy, Alekhine, Keres, and Vera Menchik.  Check them out.

You can also check out some YouTube Chess Rhapsody videos by Lucio.

jedzz

Kingscrusher is by far my favorite. Unfortunately, he's laid off the analysis of grandmaster games that he used to post so often and so well; these days, he only seems to post analyses of his own games (about expert strength, I think) and his live blitz sessions (where he's taken down GMs on occasion). The archives are worth delving into, especially the "Instructive Games" series.

an_arbitrary_name

KingsCrusher is great.  I've learned a lot from watching his videos.

A common theme in his games is that he focusses on finding good squares for his knights, and this simple strategy often leads to a win.

Tnk64ChessCourse

I have a YouTube channel. But on a less promotional level, ChessNetwork can't be beat, and jrobi, kingscrusher, vorojstov, SeanGGodley, Greencastleblock are all pretty good.