Computer odds matches against titled human players are increasingly popular spectacles.
Chess.com recently announced that GM Hikaru Nakamura will play Komodo, the world’s strongest chess engine ever, in a November odds match,
Komodo previously played GM Movsesian in an odds match, and GM Alex Yermolinsky reviews another game from the exciting battle of man vs. monster machine.
Find out which shocking sacrifice the computer played that was deemed the "move of the week" by Chess.com. | Watch video
Some of the most exciting chess being played today pits man vs. machine with material odds for the human player.
GM Alex Yermolinsky reviews game one of the recent match between the Komodo, the strongest chess computer ever, and GM Movsesian.
Find out how Movsesian did with his pawn-odds in this entertaining analysis.
Don’t forget to watch IM Daniel Rensch play Stockfish at material odds every #ChessMonday on Chess.com/TV. | Watch video
GM Dejan Bojkov can’t emphasize enough the power of central passed pawns, so here’s another lesson on this crucial concept.
Learn from two of the best players ever, Kramnik and Shirov, in a game when both were aggressive young chess superstars.
Kramnik creates a deadly advanced central pawn early, and his technique is brilliant in converting the advantage. | Watch video
The 2015 version of Millionaire Chess is coming soon next month, so what better time to take a look at more of the best games from the event?
GM Maurice Ashley shows you an amazing game from last year's event that illustrates the immense power of passed pawns.
Don't forget to make your calendar, Oct.8-12, for this year's Millionaire Chess. | Watch video
IM Keaton Kiewra is back from the tournament trail and ready to share to chess knowledge with you.
Join IM Kiewra as he discusses a very close call in Budapest where he nearly earned his final GM norm.
Watch IM Kiewra review his best game from Budapest and see just how close he was to becoming a grandmaster. You won’t believe what he has to say about pawn structure | Watch video
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