GM Robert Hess, one of the game’s leading authorities on man vs machine chess, is back with game two of the biggest match in decades: Komodo vs Hikaru Nakamura.
Find out if Hikaru can save humanity in “the final battle” of odds chess against computers, and learn a lot about how to play unbalanced positions along the way. | Ver vídeo
It’s the biggest man vs computer match in decades. Komodo, the strongest chess-playing entity in history, faced off against Hikaru Nakamura, one of the greatest human players of all times.
With the machine spotting Nakamura considerable odds, would Hikaru be humanity’s last hope against the virtual lizard?
GM Robert Hess, himself an expert in man vs computer chess, takes a comprehensive look at the match in this can’t-miss video. | Ver vídeo
WGM Tatev Abrahamyan is back with her advanced look at the English Attack against the Najdorf Sicilian.
Learn what to do in either case where Black can choose two good moves in this very complex opening attack.
If you’re looking to add a deeply analyzed and sharp opening to your arsenal, you’ve come to the right video series. | Ver vídeo
GM Robert Hess and IM Daniel Rensch preview the upcoming mega-match between GM Hikaru Nakamura and the computer world champion Komodo.
The Chess.com journalists Peter Doggers and Mike Klein bring you all the news from Qatar, where Magnus Carlsen just wrapped up his year with a solid win.
Stick around for the best and worst chess moments in December on this unmissable ChessCenter episode. | Ver vídeo
WGM Tatev Abrahamyan continues her comprehensive lesson series on the English Attack against the Sicilian, this time taking on the most popular variation of all, the fearsome main line Najdorf.
Learn how to use this aggressive weapon for White to take down what many consider the strongest Sicilian variation. | Ver vídeo