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Fabiano Caruana is one of the most dominant chess players in the world and has made big news with his decision to join the U.S. federation.
IM Keaton Kiewra knew Caruana way back when, so who better to review the super-GM’s performance at Dortmund?
Watch as Caruana dismantles the Evans Gambit in this brilliant game. Don’t forget to read Peter Dogger’s full report on this game in the related links. | Ver video
GM Rashad Babaev
What do you do if your opponent plays the Petrosian center against your King’s Indian?
GM Rashad Babaev shows you a plan so logical and easy, you’ll be surprised you didn’t think of it yourself.
After this video lesson, you’ll be hoping your opponent advances his d-pawn early so you can transition right into this straightforward attacking idea. | Ver video
MI Keaton Kiewra
Hikaru Nakamura took on a former world champion, and IM Keaton Kiewra has a comprehensive analysis of the game.
Which world champion did Hikaru play? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.
Learn how the strongest players in the world go about improving their position in this lesson. | Ver video
GM Simon Williams
Don’t show this video to chess students, because GM Simon Williams recommends moving your queen out early in this spicy opening.
See how to create legitimate threats with your queen in the English Defense — an idea that even got a good position against Anatoly Karpov, one of the best players ever. | Ver video
GM Alex Yermolinsky
Sometimes the best way to secure a draw in lopsided opposite-colored bishop endgames is to follow your opponent’s king with your own.
If your king behaves like it has separation anxiety from its counterpart, you can control the key diagonal without letting the opposing pawns advance.
Sounds a little confusing? The endgame expert GM Alex Yermolinsky walks you through this important concept. | Ver video
Can you learn chess from blitz games?
IM Keaton Kiewra says you sure can — as long as you analyze your games well.
Join IM Kiewra as he plays against some of the strongest blitz opponents on Chess.com, and watch how an international master approaches a blitz post-mortem. | Ver video
Sometimes chess is a race, and only the fastest player will survive.
GM Rashad Babaev shows you how to win the race that often emerges in the extra-sharp Mar del Plata King’s Indian.
Learn what you need to know about this cutting edge opening. Be sure to check out GM Smith’s article in the related links. | Ver video
GM Alex Yermolinsky
We all know that opposite-colored bishop endgames are drawish, but what is the best technique to actually defend this endgame?
GM Alex Yermolinsky, one of Chess.com’s best endgame specialists, has all the answers in this first video of a new series.
Learn how to properly defend a bishop ending in this can’t-miss video lesson. | Ver video
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