IM Tania Sachdev is back with another lesson on the battles that rage in isolated-queen-pawn positions.
In this video, take a trip back to 1975 to see how the English master Raymond Keene used the IQP structure to launch a successful kingside attack. | Watch video
Dawid Markelowicz Janowski was an old chess master whose heydey was 100 years ago, but that doesn't mean you can't learn from him.
GM Dejan Bojkov reviews three games from the attacking genius who played in an aggressive, romantic style. | Watch video
How did Gawain Jones beat one of the hottest upcoming chess stars, Yu Yangyi? By using the fiery Sicilian Dragon as Black.
IM Keaton Kiewra shows you how Jones employed his Dragon during this year’s Tradewise Gibraltar tournament. | Watch video
Which game “absolutely captivated” GM Alex Yermolinsky during the recent Aeroflot Open?
Find out and enjoy the fireworks in this entertaining video lesson with a devastating bishop sacrifice by an up-and-coming young chess talent. | Watch video
Can you handle the awesome power of the bishop pair?
GM Hammer really hammers home the beauty and utility of the two bishops in this, the first of his five-part lesson. | Watch video
Have you ever heard of Richard Teichmann?
Even if you haven’t, you’d be surprised how much you could learn from the old master, as GM Dejan Bojkov continues his video lesson series. | Watch video
What can you learn from the old chess masters?
A whole lot, especially when we’re talking about Jose Capablanca, widely considered one of the best chess players ever.
Check out Capablanca's fundamentals vs Janowski in this game where the winning chances swing wildly from Black to White. | Watch video
You've watched GM Sam Shankland play most of this tournament, now see how he got in the money.
GM Shankland reviews his own game for you to learn and enjoy. | Watch video
What is the value of patience in chess?
GM Sam Shankland reviews one of his own games to show how to wait for exactly the right moment to strike with a sacrifice. | 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