Aman Hambleton Bullet Chess Speedrun | Part 1

I’m joining the pool here. All right so starting with 1,100. Weaknesses everywhere. Weaknesses everywhere. In games like this, look at him. So this okay… so this is what it’s like. You guys are probably seeing other games you know like League of Legends stuff like that where you start at sort of like zero […]

GM Eric Hansen Blitz Speedrun to 3000 | 1200-1500

We’re going to have some fun today. Today’s itinerary is a blitz speedrun so I started 1,200 and there’s no provisional so I’ll be gaining like you guys. I’ll be one of you know just… [John] That’s the whole idea. [Eric] There’s no big jumps. I have to just grind it out. I still think […]

Chess endgame | Rule of Opposition | King + Pawn Chess Ending | Explained through my own game

Hello friends! This is Anuj from Shatranj time. Today I am going to describe a game to you A game that I was a part of and it was a really nice game and what’s so interesting about the game was that there is one very important chess principle called as opposition that I utilized […]

English Opening forces a FIDE Master to resign on | Twitch Chess Game

FM this time. All right. This time let’s play a little different. So 3 minute Chess is actually a good warm up, but you see guys you gotta play quickly and these guys are extremely fast. So my idea is to keep this as an option. This is called the English Opening. Or reverse dragon. […]

Grandmaster Chess Blunders #1: Can you spot the mistake?

Hello everybody it is jrobi. I wanted to do kind of a fun video series here, get it started off. I’m going to put these out here once in a while. And it is going to focus on trying to find the mistakes that Grandmasters have made in the past. And thankfully they make mistakes, […]

Grandmaster Chess Tactics #7: Can you spot the line?

Hello everybody it is jrobi. I have another Grandmaster Chess Tactics video that I want to do today. And it is based around a game played by Henrik Danielsen. For those of you who don’t know who Mr Danielsen is he is a chess Grandmaster from Iceland. And he is the only [the first] chess […]

Chess Lesson: How to Beat a Chess Master Series – 16

Preparing for fianchetto bishop The bishop fianchetto Opening a diagonal for my bishop Preparing for pawn to g5 once he push his pawn to h5 Taking his h pawn will only activate his rook Developing my knight Vacating e7 square for my knight Developing my knight Preventing his knight going to b5 square Taking his […]

Garry Kasparov: “Deep Thinking” | Talks at Google

[APPLAUSE] DEMIS HASSABIS: Well, thank you, everyone, for coming. It’s a really special privilege and honor for me, actually, to talk to Garry, in my opinion, my humble opinion, the greatest chess player of all time. And you know, I’ve really enjoyed his book, which I reviewed recently. And you know, I was impressed with […]

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX: Viswanathan Anand – Five-time Reigning World Chess Champion

So when youíre playing chess, how many moves ahead are you thinking? Depends on the position. We usually compare it to a tree. So, if thereís a straight tree, very few branches or no branches, then you can go very, very far. So, essentially, if I have one move, you have one response, I have […]

What is the Fish Tank?

The main rule of the Fish Tank – everyone here is a fish! The Fish Tank looks empty now, but very soon a shoal of fish will swim around the Fish Tank. Then two random fishes will be dropped in the Fish Tank and they will battle each other playing EXCITING Game of Chess until […]