Which is better opening: Caro-Kann or Scandinavian?

Hello everyone! 🙂 My name is Eva Kasparova. I’m daughter and interpreter of Sergey Kasparov, a grandmaster from Belarus. So I’m talking on his behalf and then just committing his words. For several years already, he has been practicing a lot, the Scandinavian Defense. That’s why in this video lesson, we will make an introduction […]

Playing Chess on 280m Chimney

I need to take my phone from the waist bag Move it up! What’s the factor of this sunscreen cream? About 30… Oh, that’s great! Silence! Wait for the dogs to calm down! I was never noisier than this 😐 Oh, look at it! What if we climb on the inside? Is this under the […]

Masha and The Bear – Horsing Around 🐎(Episode 28)

What kind of strange game are you guys playing here? So? What sorta moves do you make to win this? I love these action figures! And the pawns! And the Ponies! Time to ride my little pony! Giddy up, giddy up, giddy up! Run, run, my little pony! Giddy up, giddy up, giddy up! Run, […]

If I should have a daughter … | Sarah Kay

If I should have a daughter, instead of “Mom,” she’s going to call me “Point B,” because that way she knows that no matter what happens, at least she can always find her way to me. And I’m going to paint solar systems on the backs of her hands so she has to learn the […]

The rise of ISIS, explained in 6 minutes

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is a phenomenon so terrible and shocking it seems impossible. It controls an area the size of the United Kingdom, commits mass atrocities, and launches terror attacks abroad. To understand ISIS, it helps to tell the story of its rise. That story begins far away and many years […]

Chess openings – Queen’s gambit accepted

Welcome to www.ChessOpenings.com. Today I’m going to introduce main ideas in the Queen’s Gambit which begins with the moves pawn to d4, pawn to d5 and pawn to c4. The Queen’s Gambit is a gradual strategic opening in which White is aiming to get a slight advantage and space in the beginning phase of the […]

Chess @ Kennedy Center – Rehearsal compilation

In five different languages Here we go, the Times You thrive on unpleasantness Le Monde: “Freddie Trumper, la honte des écheques.” I don’t believe that they can’t see my game I’m like that tennis player — what’s his name? They love to hate me and for us That’s dollars Der Stern: “Der große Skandal im […]

Game Theory: The Science of Decision-Making

When you’re hanging out with your friends, you probably don’t think too hard about the math behind the decisions you’re making. But there’s a whole field of math — and science — that applies to social interactions. It’s called Game Theory. Game theory was pioneered in the 1950s by mathematician John Nash, the guy from […]

The 48 Laws of Power (Animated)

Law #1: Never Outshine the Master Nicolas Fouquet made the mistake of appearing larger than his King, Louis XIV, and spent his remaining days incarcerated. Avoid victories over superiors. It will cost you more than it is worth. Law #2: Never Put too Much Trust in Friends, Learn How to Use Enemies Michael III of […]

Papers Please: The Musical

(Peter) Welcome to our most glorious nation. Papers, please and we’ll get you on your way. Please provide some identification. Tell me now, how long do you plan to stay? (AJ) Please sir, let me through! My family has the flu! They’re dying in Arstotzka while I’m stuck in here with you! (Peter) Sir, your […]