How can you attack like Mikhail Tal, one of the most ferocious chess players in history?
GM Simon Williams shows you how in this fun and educational lesson on his favorite chess player of all time.
Learn the secret to conjuring fierce attacks over the board and you too can play like “the magician of Riga.” | Watch video
The best way to handle a stressful situation is to stay cool under the pressure, and this applies in chess as well as anywhere.
GM Melikset Khachiyan shows you how not to lose your head when the pieces and pawns are flying around the chessboard and the pressure is on.
Learn how to remain calm and find the right moves in complicated and stressful positions. | Watch video
Is there anything more exciting in chess than a runaway passed pawn in a rapid game?
IM Keaton Kiewra likens San Francisco’s rocket boat experience to playing a rapid chess game — except the chess game might be more intense.
Learn how IM Kierwa was able to overcome an awkward position to race his pawns to pay dirt. | Watch video
What are some of the most devastating ways to attack with White against the Sicilian Defense? Queen and rook lifts!
GM Dejan Bojkov shows you a sparkling Nigel Short brilliancy where he used these tactical ideas to defeat one of the best players in Chinese history.
Take note of these powerful concepts for use in your own Sicilian games. | Watch video
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili is back with another entertaining, informative, and hilarious member-analysis lesson.
Learn the importance of staying alert to possible tactics at all times — and the danger you might face if you let your guard down even for a minute. | Watch video
FM Elliot Liu is back with the third and final part of his video series on the immortal classic, Botvinnik vs. Capablanca AVRO 1938. In this thrilling finale, witness Botvinnik's much lauded sacrifice to overcame fierce resistance from Capablanca. Elliot explains the ins and outs of these complex calculations and shows you how even in the most complex positions, Danny Rensch's "Three Things You Should Always Consider" can help you find the right moves. | Watch video
If you want to learn how to attack, why not learn from one of the greatest attackers ever?
GM Simon Williams shows you how Garry Kasparov and his aggressive brand of chess wiped his opponents off the board.
Even if you’ve already seen Kasparov’s “immortal game” against Topalov, you have to see this video lesson. | Watch video
Simon Williams continues his series on the very fun and important topic of how to attack in chess.
Drawing upon one of his own games for inspiration, GM Williams runs you through his entire thought process on how to conceive and execute an attack.
GM Williams’ philosophy is that an attack begins from the opening itself, so being aggressive and developing quickly are important. | Watch video
Do your attacks sometimes fizzle and falter? GM Simon Williams is here to help with part one of five of his "How to Attack" video series. Feel your attacking prowess grow as Simon walks you through the attacking masterpiece Polugaevsky versus Nezhmetdinov, explaining how to lay a sound attacking foundation, how to spot opportunity, and how to execute. | Watch video
The 2015 FIDE World Cup in Baku was one of the most exciting chess events in recent memory, but what was the biggest upset from this huge knockout tournament?
GM Yermolinksy posits that it was Levon Aronian being taken out by GM Alexander Areshchenko.
Learn how Areshchenko was able to pull off the upset as GM Yermo analyzes the most exciting endgame of the match, in the first tiebreak. | Watch video