In part three of his series on the Ruy Lopez, Grandmaster Ivan Sokolov shows you key theory in the exciting 3...Bc5 and 4...f5 lines in the Ruy Lopez. While you book up, enjoy the some incredible miniatures such as the astonishing battle battle GM Grigorian vs. GM Dzindichashvili. | Watch video
Reports of Magnus Carlsen’s downfall were slightly premature.
The world chess champion won everything worth winning in London, and ChessCenter has your full report. Did you know that Magnus also appeared with Muhammad Ali and Maria Sharapova? Where was it? Watch to find out.
Stick around for the move and blunder of the week, both taken from an endgame that will be in chess books for centuries. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinsky is here to demystify the complex world of knight endgames. Even for Yermo, knight endgames are some of the most challenging due to the complex knight jumps and the lack of established rules and theoretical positions. Kick back as Yermo uses textbook examples from the games of Polgar and Svidler to give you all the theoretical knowledge you'll need to win your next knight endgame. | Watch video
If your opponent meets your Classical French Defense with e5, you can always play Nd7 with a solid theoretical footing.
But what would be the fun in that? GM Simon Williams, as usual, recommends a shocking move to immediately blast the game out of the opening books.
Find out about this spicy idea in this bold video.
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FM Kostya Kavutskiy previews his new book on the open Sicilian in this exclusive video for Chess.com.
If you’re looking for a complete repertoire against the Sicilian defense, FM Kavutskiy has you covered.
Enjoy a sneak preview of some exciting book content in the 2…e6 Sicilian system. | Watch video