Take a lesson in the “old school” of chess with GM Alex Yermolinsky. Yermo takes a step back to a different view at chess. what does it feel like to be a modern chess player? Enjoy this full replay of GM Yermolinksy’s live show that was originally broadcast on March 30. | 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
What opening would Mike Tyson choose if he played chess?
GM Simon Williams thinks he’d pick a super-aggressive opening, probably one from the “spicy” series.
Continuing to reveal his secret opening repertoire, GM Williams shows you his favorite setups against the Scandinavian Defense. | Watch video
Taking on the best and brightest of Chess.com's 2000+ crowd, IM Thomas Rendle stars in another episode of Hack Attack! Hear IM Rendle’s every thought in this replay of the live stream originally broadcast on February 26. | Watch video
GM Dejan Bojkov is back with another one of Garry Kasparov’s greatest combinations.
Watch how the all-time great dismantles the Swedish legend Ulf Andersson in a brilliant game from 1981.
Learn more about Kasparov’s secret piece-value system as GM Bojkov walks you through this devastating attack. | Watch video
Did you think FM Mike Klein was done with his amazing queen sacrifices? Think again.
This time, FM Klein has a video full of queen sacs a pirate would love, because they make the enemy king walk the plank to his own demise.
Don’t miss the spectacular attack by Tigran Petrosian. As the old saying goes: if Petrosian makes a sacrifice against you, there's no need to do anything: resign immediately.
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FM Mike Klein is back with seven more spectacular queen sacrifices for you to enjoy.
You won’t believe the creative ways the queens were jettisoned to win these brilliant attacking games — but FM Klein explains each important variation.
From Paul Morphy to modern attacking madmen, these guys just can’t stop sacrificing their queens. Gear up for some nonstop chess fireworks in this entertaining video. | Watch video
GM Alex Yermolinsky faces some new ideas in the Catalan Nimzo-Indian by a talented young player during a key round of the North American Open in Las Vegas.
Watch how the experienced GM handles an unexpected opening — and apply those principles in your own games when the opening doesn’t go as planned.
Learn how GM Yermo draws on the knowledge of past world champions to apply the pressure — and stick around for a nice attacking, sacrificial ending. | Watch video
You don’t want to miss the most beautiful combinations by one of the greatest players ever, do you?
GM Dejan Bojkov shows you a Garry Kasparov masterpiece from 1980 that you’ll hardly believe.
What happens when a good attacking player takes on Kasparov, who is usually considered the greatest attacker of all time? Chess fireworks.
Learn how Kasparov methodically split his opponent’s position in half before moving in for the kill. | Watch video
GM Sam Shankland, fresh off nine straight draws, needed a victory in the recently completed Tata Steel tournament.
All he had to do was not get checkmated first.
After a Classical French Defense (Burn Variation), the game turned into a race that GM Shankland had to win.
Find out how GM Shankland navigated this furious attacking game in his instructive video lesson. | Watch video