You’ve seen the best moments of the U.S. Championship, but what about the biggest mistakes?
After all, we can learn as much from errors as we can from brilliancies, especially if we’re not already at the grandmaster level.
FM Mike Klein analyzes the biggest blunders from the recently completed championship tournament so you can learn what not to do.
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Two of the best up-and-coming grandmasters in the United States battle it out in this excellent game from the recent U.S. Chess Championship.
GM Alex Yemolinsky analyzes a match-up between Chess.com columnist GM Daniel Naroditsky and GM Ray Robson.
Check out GM Robson’s persistent endgame technique to grind out the win. | Watch video
Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky. Yermo celebrates the double winner of the Aeroflot Open: Nepomniahtchi only the second two time winner of the great strong open tournament. Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on April 6. | Watch video
Who are the rising stars of the chess world?
Many of them are GM Melikset Khachiyan’s students.
GM Khachiyan shines the spotlight on one of his most aggressive chess students, Maurya Palusa, who loves to sacrifice pieces and conjure up wild tactics. | Watch video
If you like sharp, tactical games, you don’t want to miss this masterpiece from round two of last year’s Millionaire Chess tournament.
GM Maurice Ashley reviews an exciting battle where each opponent chooses the most aggressive opening options possible.
Can the up-and-coming GM Yu defeat GM Fishbein in his own pet Sicilian line? Watch this educational video to find out. | Watch video
Beating Hikaru Nakamura in blitz — it may seem like an April Fool’s joke, but it’s possible.
GM Maxim Dlugy shows you exactly how to do it in an instructive lesson.
Creating a solid defense to force his opponent to maintain pressure and waste time, Dlugy is able to fend off a bunch of scary attacks to bring home the point. | Watch video
IM Daniel Rensch continues to work his way up on the Chess.com tactics trainer, solving puzzles and rising from 1777 to 1948.
Think out loud along with IM Rensch as you find the weakness in the enemy position and exploit it.
Remember to have an awareness of the entire board so you don’t miss something important. | Watch video
Isn’t it amazing that if we don’t see a crucial tactical idea on one move, we can miss it for several consecutive moves?
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili brings us a member-game analysis from two very strong players who nonetheless make myriad blunders and oversights in the game.
Learn how to logically follow a plan instead of making pointless moves from this lesson. | Watch video
Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky. Yermo continues to explore the challengers to World Championship with his viewers. Who will they settle on? Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on March 16. | Watch video
FM Mike Klein concludes his exceptional queen sacrifice series with a look at the best queen sacs of the millennium.
You won’t want to miss these modern brilliancies, especially with the best checkmate of the entire series coming up in the video.
After you watch, be sure to mention your own favorite queen sacs in the comment section. | Watch video