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
GM Sergey Karjakin single-handedly defeated the entire Chinese chess team and “upheld the honor of Mother Russia,” according to GM Alex Yermolinsky.
Taking advantage of the event’s format, Karjakin eliminated his opponents one by one.
Against the super-GM Yu Yangyi, Karjakin found himself down a pawn in a blitz showdown.
Find out how the Russian master used the unbalanced position to win the game. | Watch video
One of the strongest tournaments in chess history is about to begin, so what better time to look back at the best moments from the Sinquefield Cup?
Let FM Mike Klein be your guide in this tour of the best moves and games from the United States’ top tournament.
Don’t forget to check out Peter Doggers’ Sinquefield preview in the related links, and visit Chess.com/news every day for the latest updates. | Watch video
GM Dejan Bojkov recently played the rising American chess star, IM Jeffery Xiong.
What completely shocking move did the young prodigy play in the middlegame? You’ll have to watch to find out — and learn from GM Bojkov’s instructional analysis of the results. | Watch video
A chess opening can get messed up so early that you can’t really evaluate what happens afterwards.
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili nonetheless presses on with this member analysis, showing how two players handle the aftermath of a “corrupted opening” very differently.
In an unbalanced position, one side plays with a clear plan, while the other flounders about aimlessly. The result is predictable but no less instructive. | Watch video
Have you ever seen a chess move so incomprehensible that the only reasonable explanation is the game was played blindfold?
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili can’t believe his eyes in this latest member-game review.
Chuckle along with the grandmaster as he teaches you to think logically in chess, which is exactly the opposite of what the players in this game did. | Watch video
GM Richard Rapport is a rising young star at the top level of chess. That’s one thing everyone agrees on.
But is this practitioner of wild tactics and weird openings a genius, or a madman? Or maybe a little of both?
FM Mike Klein makes his case in this fun video report.
Don't forget to leave a comment with your opinion. | Watch video
Even if your position is bad, you can still take advantage of your opponent’s mistakes to salvage or even win the game.
In this entertaining member-game analysis, GM Roman Dzindzichashvili points out all the times both players did not do this, playing move after move of plan-less chess.
Find out what these two Chess.com members should have played in this hilarious lesson. | Watch video
GM Jeffery Xiong is one of the most talented young chess players in the world.
Back in 2014, Xiong was a little-known international master whose brilliancy at the board was evident immediately in Millionaire Chess, the richest open chess tournament ever.
Join GM Maurice Ashley as he reviews this spectacular game move-by-move. | Watch video
Jump inside the mind of IM Keaton Kiewra as he plays a strong grandmaster in a Chess.com blitz showdown.
With time ticking down, which of these titled players will come out on top?
After the game, Keaton slows things down to analyze each move, pointing out missed opportunities for both sides. | Watch video