Pawn Structures Explained by GM Yasser Seirawan

When the first part was to get you to understand that, it’s through the control of space that we know what the material count is worth. The idea of space is this is 64 square board like the board I have in front of me, 64 square board, I own 32 squares. They are my […]

Tutorial – How to play Famous 500, a car racing card game by Famous Games Co

So you want to be a famous race car driver? Get behind the wheel and let’s see what you’ve got. Shuffle the nine Speed cards and deal three facedown to each player. The three remaining cards form a facedown Pit Deck off to one side. Look at the three cards you’ve been dealt. If all […]

The Chess Elements Explained by GM Yasser Seirawan

Hello, everyone, and welcome to something very, very different. I’m gonna be your host, Chess Grandmaster Yasser Seirawan for the next 40 minutes, 60 minutes. I’m gonna do an online lesson, something that, well, maybe is very unusual for Chessbrah. So as we begin our, let’s say, lesson today, one of the things I think […]

How To Maximize Forehand Power – Table Tennis University

Okay transfer your body this is in table tennis, it’s very important. Right now if you are just practice just start you’re going to transfer from this leg to this leg. So do it a little bit slower you, no rush to bam bam bam bam hit the ball every single time no rush. Just […]

Pt 3: One Piece Prototype vs 40mm vs 38mm Table Tennis Balls – Players Impressions

[Me] What about visibility, did you find that ball easier to see… the new one? – Yeah, only because it’s a lot bigger. – Bigger. [Me] Could you actually tell the difference between all three? – Yes, you could see the difference in size. – Yes. – [Me] Even between the 40mm? – Yeah you […]

Serving Secrets Introduction | PingSkills | Table Tennis

Hi, I’m Alois Rosario And I’m Jeff Plumb from PingSkills and we’re here to teach you the secrets of the serve. In this series we’re going to show you how to generate spin on the ball then we’re going to think about how to generate different types of spin, sidespin, topspin, backspin, and then we’re […]

Forehand Topspin Variations | Table Tennis | PingSkills

Hi, I’m Alois Rosario from PingSkills. Today’s lesson is about how to vary the speed and spin on your forehand topspin. To vary the speed and spin it’s a lot to do with the path of your racket. If you want more spin your racket is going to come up more vertically. If you want […]

MY INTERN ALMOST MAKES ME LOSE TO A 900 | GM Aman Hambleton (ft. Mike)

[Mike] Ooh it’s on our side, all right. We got four plus three fans time format. Let’s see what you got, you Canadian. That’s what we like to see on stream. All right, all right. I can play this. I don’t have a very large opening repertoire maybe up to here and that’s about where […]

More SPEED and SPIN using proper weight transfer (Secrets from the Bundesliga)

I think what is quite important and which enables you to go faster on the ball is transfer of weight. It means your hip has to work and you have to transfer the weight permanently from right to the left leg depending if you play forehand or backhand. For example if I permanently transfer the […]

Forcing the Pace | Table Tennis | PingSkills

Hi, I’m Alois Rosario from PingSkills. Ilia has asked us a question about when you should force the pace in a match. Ilia’s finding himself getting really frustrated in a match situation because he’s trying to hit the ball harder. Now in training he’s having some pretty good success but he’s finding in a match […]