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Unless you've been under a rock, you know that GM Hikaru Nakamura has been playing on Chess.com for a few weeks. Today his games are front and center, as he takes on all challengers while IM Danny Rensch commentates live. In this highlights section, you'll see the quickest-calculated positional queen sac in history. Really, it probably is! Then the grudge match between Naka and Rensch. Number one player in America versus number one talker on Chess.com. Let's get ready to rumble! | Ver video
GM Simon Williams
GM Williams shows the first game her ever played against the Budapest Gambit, some 10 years ago. He played the somewhat offbeat e4 and got advanced pawns and better development in return for his fractured structure. Despite demolishing Black, the Ginger GM remains rosy-cheeked about the opening. Watch and you'll also see who that annoying boy was watching the game! | Ver video
GM Melikset Khachiyan
How many of the Seven Wonders of the World can you name? It doesn't matter - what GM Khachiyan wants more is for you to know the Seven Elements of Evaluation. Just like the pyramids, they've stood the test of time. How many of them can you name? Watch Part 1 of his new series, which features a battle of two World Champions, and you'll ace his test! | Ver video
GM Alex Yermolinsky
Do tactics serve positional chess or the other way around? Probably both, as GM Alex Yermolinsky argues in the first part of his new series on modern chess. Instead of analyzing more Magnus Carlsen games, he looks at Carlsen's main rivals in the near future and in this video it's all about Sergey Karjakin! A quiet, 'positional' positing turns out to have lots of hidden tactics, and the question is: would Magnus have gone for them? | Ver video
You can hear it in his voice. GM Finegold loves the unpredictable - namely when a seemingly drawn OCB ending turns out to be winning. Here he shows the brilliant multiple breakthroughs of Mikhail Botvinnik, a sitting world champion that was nearly left off the Soviet Olympiad team. What better way to prove your worth than play an endgame for the ages - Finegold rates it even higher than Shirov's ...Bh3 from Part 2! | Ver video
MVL is GM Finegold's MVP! According to our author, he has faith in his ideas and loves to attack. In the opening game, the French number one mimics Ben's other favorite player, Paul Morphy, by bringing all of the reserves in before striking the decisive blow. In game two, he summarily busts a top-10 player's opening preparation. Don't try to out-prepare this top theoretician, or you'll be in Lagrave danger! | Ver video
GM Roman Dzindzichashvili
The name of the game is pawn thrust today. White misses not one but two chances to end the game with advances on the enemy king. GM Dzindzi shows the relatively simple sequences that would have followed. Instead, White pursues his own strategy. Will this cost him a win in the end? Watch and find out. One's thing's for sure - he beguiled the grandmaster by not crashing through Black's castle. | Ver video
GM Dzindzichashvili breaks out the big guns, or rather machines, to show us some dynamic lines in the French Defense. First Black offers a piece for active play, then White returns the favor on the opposite wing. But a standard Greek Gift this is not - White must play extremely accurately to retain the advantage. You might be surprised that the methodical buildup trumps the quick strike - watch and see for yourselves. | Ver video
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