What did GM Melikset Khachiyan and his students learn from the World Youth chess championships?
One lesson was the importance of dynamic thinking in chess, especially in as big a tournament as the World Youths.
Andrew Hong, one of Melik’s star students, took his shot at what Melik thinks was the most brutal section of the tournament, the under-12, and one look at his first game “should teach other kids how to play chess” dynamically and prophylactically, says Melik.
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GM Simon Williams says we play chess for two main reasons: to have fun, and to get better.
This new lesson series on attacking king hunts will help you do both as Simon shows you the beautiful and deadly ways to go after the enemy king.
Learn how to calculate like a grandmaster does in this first lesson in a can't-miss series from the Ginger GM. | Watch video
Check out this full replay of Chess.com’s own IM Danny Rensch during the first ever Streamers Challenge! It’s a blitz brawl gone wild with gongs to boot! Tune into watch Danny’s often chess related thoughts while battling it out over 7 rounds against the best YouTuber/Twitchers of all time! | Watch video
International Master Danny Rensch is back with his weekly Bullet Brawl show on Chess.com.
Enjoy this full replay of Chess.com's most exciting live show as IM Rensch takes on all challengers. | Watch video
Like it or not. a great number of games are decided by forcing decisions.
If you’re going to play chess, you simply have to know how to handle these crucial moments.
GM Melikset Khachiyan gives you an important lesson on these moves, providing advice on exactly how to handle key forcing positions. | Watch video