Boris Gelfand uses the bishop vs knight imbalance to win a very exciting game. IM Teddy Coleman explains how Gelfand does it in this fascinating lesson. | Watch video
GM Simon Williams continues his series on the greatest piece maneuvers of all time with a shocking knight maneuver played by Fischer in a five-minute game. Williams then presents one of his own games where he outplayed GM Chris Ward with a maneuver inspired by Fischer. | Watch video
The knight is the trickiest piece in chess, so it's no surprise that some of the most famous moves involve this unorthodox piece.
But what was the best knight maneuver of all time? "Spicy" GM Simon Williams returns with a look at moves that just might shock you. | Watch video
IM Aman Hambleton takes on all Chess.com challenges at blitz material odds games! Ranging from Queen Odds to the "Knightmare" the action never stops! You won't want to miss this full replay from March 17, 2016! | Watch video
IM Keaton Kiewra teaches you the most important aspects of the greatest chess imbalance: knight vs bishop.
Learn how to understand the subtleties of this imbalance in an interesting endgame lesson, including the best square to put your bishop to totally control a knight. | Watch video
When does a bishop beat a knight in the endgame?
IM Keaton Kiewra is back with another lesson on this absolutely crucial concept.
Learn how to recognize if the long-range bishop is better than its close-up counterpart, the knight, in one of the most common and important chess imbalances.
And remember, a little time trouble sometimes helps. | Watch video
It’s one of the most important questions in chess: which is better, having the knight or the bishop?
IM Keaton Kiewra begins a new series on this critical chess imbalance to investigate when having each piece is better or worse for your winning chances.
Learn how to spot the kind of positions where each piece is better, and learn the pros and cons of the knight and the bishop to maximize their abilities. | Watch video
GM Ivan Sokolov makes his Chess.com video debut with an in-depth lesson on the classical Ruy Lopez.
You might not realize some of the hidden advantages of the classical move order, but GM Sokolov is here to guide you on this deep dive into historical chess theory.
In this lesson, learn the two main options White has on the fourth move of the traditional Lopez, and see how Black’s knight responds in each option — including the lines GM Sokolov recommends himself. | Watch video
GM Yermo takes a look at the best endgames from one of the most inspirational chess players ever, Mikhail Tal.
In this lesson, see how Tal masterfully handled a tricky bishop-vs-knight endgame — a topic applicable not only to grandmasters but players of every level. | Watch video
IM Daniel Rensch takes on the strongest chess computer ever in his popular #ChessMonday show. IM Rensch plays the world champion machine in a series of odds games before tackling even tougher fan-suggested positions. Click "play the computer" to try the Knightmare yourself! | Watch video