FM Mike Klein tours the chess games of Europe in this rapid-fire video.
Analyzing seven of the best games the continent has to offer, FM Klein shows you amazing tactics and beautiful combinations.
Take fun a trip with FM Klein in this multicultural chess exploration. | Watch video
Tactics decide most chess games, but as you advance in strength, you will find that strategy becomes increasingly important.
So how can you improve your chess strategy? GM Perelshteyn is back with five easy-to-digest strategic tidbits in this can’t-miss video lesson.
Don’t forget to read the companion article in the related links. | Watch video
Chess.com takes lemons and makes lemonade. After the live server crashes, IM Rensch calls up an old pal and Death Match graduate, GM Shankland. The two discuss who is the most beatable opponent in the upcoming Tournament of Champions. Shankland then accepts Rensch's challenge. Watch the gamesmanship as the two play a live blitz game. "The only thing I should do in real chess games... is provide trash talk," Danny realizes after his recent games with Nakamura and Shankland. | Watch video
A smörgåsbord of chess games and puzzles today come to you from FM Klein, all with one theme - the lady doesn't dance. You'll see underpromotion compositions, two cases in the same game, and a recent Super-GM example. The tactic is rare enough that it produces a smile for even the top players, but not so rare that you'll never have to use it. Watch a handful more usages, and share any personal examples in the comments below! | Watch video
GM Kaidanov explains how Magnus Carlsen wins most of his chess games, then shows a prototypical example. The Norwegian wonder just tries to get out the opening with a playable position, then waits and lurks until he can overwhelm the second player. Carlsen is actually even worse in this game, but after ditching a weak pawn, all of his pieces spring to life, and a series of defection tactics doom the white king. This "kid" can play! | Watch video