GM Alex Yermolinsky continues his educational series on Sergey Karjackin’s rook endgame wizardry.
Learn how the super-GM used his superior knowledge of these extremely complex endgames to make magic on the chessboard.
Don’t forget to check out the prior videos in this series in the related links. | Watch video
It’s Throwback Thursday, your chance to watch the best videos in the Chess.com archive.
This week, we dial the time machine back to Aug. 13, 2010, for GM Dejan Bojkov’s enlightening series on the true powers of each chess piece.
You’ll learn how to evaluate your pieces not by static point values, but by what they can actually accomplish in a given position or plan.
If you can start doing this regularly, it might just revolutionize your chess game. | Watch video
A seminal moment in the history of Chess.com? In six years of recording videos, we've never had a Korean pop music reference in a video introduction! What happens when a GM goes Gangnam Style on the chessboard? Watch and see the unorthodox Nimzowitsch Defense lead to an equally unbalanced middlegame. You'll see the mistakes of amateurs so you can become a GM yourself. If not, there's always K-Pop for you to try. | Watch video
The English and the Americans, brought together by the Dutch?! That's the case today on Chess.com as GM Williams prepares with two poker players and flops the nuts versus a top GM. The scintillating attack features some great moments to improve your tactics and calculation. We won't be paying Williams to do any videos on defense any time soon. But he's brilliant in attack, and today he shows you why aggression should be your default setting. See what he turns over on the river to win the pot! | Watch video
The Third Annual ChessKid National Invitational Online Championship is front and center today. Host IM Danny Rensch shows the elite American prodigies navigate their way through 196 total moves of two technical rook-and-pawn endings. Two of the eventual winners show off their technique - Chinguun Bayaraa and Emily Nguyen. The kids don't just know their tactics - they're versed in the fundamentals too! Keep these names in mind, they'll probably be hosting Chess.com videos soon! | Watch video