The ChessCenter team is back with everything you need to know about a very busy week in chess.
Find out how the Russians swept the Euro team championships, and watch a ferocious computer lizard devour Stockfish in the strongest chess match ever held.
See what kind of chess personality Hikaru Nakamura has, and don’t forget to take the quiz yourself in the related links. | Watch video
Our Bulgarian grandmaster treats us to even more complicated examples of defending opposite colored bishop endgames. When several passed pawns are breathing down your throat, do you have the knowledge to restrain them and hold the fort? You'll learn the principle of one diagonal, and also the usefulness of certain stalemate traps. Watch closely, there's a quiz position at the end! | Watch video
Pencils down! Seriously, you are about to take a quiz. Subject? The principles, attacking patterns, and tactical motifs within the confines of pawn "chains". IM David Pruess has been arming you with knowledge in his first two videos,and now it is time to see whether or not you paid any attention. In the climax of his 3-Part contribution to the Pawn Structure 101 series, David wants you to be ready to think about each and every position and the decisions you might make in a real game. Good luck! | Watch video