Watch How Skripchenko Exploited The Weaknesses Of Dark Squares

Almira Skripchenko (2441) vs Alisa Mikhailovna Galliamova (2554) 2nd ch-EUR Women Playoffs (2001), Warsaw POL, rd 1, May-05 Sicilian Defense: French Variation (B40)

The Most Fantastic Game Ever Played By Maxime Vachier-Lagrave

Robert Fontaine (2567) vs Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (2595) French Championship (2007), Aix-les-Bains FRA, rd 10, Aug-23 Dutch Defense: Leningrad. Matulovic Variation (A89)

Hahaha! Nakamura "Attempts" Scholar's Mate Against A Grandmaster

Hikaru Nakamura is a player who can always surprise his opponent with a rare and unorthodox opening. In this game Nakamura's opponent was Anton Filippov and Nakamura went for unorthodox Danver's opening. An opening which can be seen rarely at the top level. But though the early queen development violates conventional opening principles Nakamura got a pretty dangerous attack. This video covers that interesting encounter!

Praggnanandhaa's First Game As A Grandmaster

Roeland Pruijssers vs Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa 4th Int. Chess Festival ad Gredine Open A (2018), Ortisei - St. Ulrich, rd 9, Jun-24 Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Archangelsk Variation (C78)

The Most Fierce Attacker Faces The Most Solid Defense

Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov vs Maximilian Ujtelky Chigorin Memorial (1964), Sochi URS, rd 1 Formation: Hippopotamus (A00)

A Single Pawn Against The Whole Army

Ottó Titusz Bláthy , The Chess Amateur 09/1922 White mates in 6

11 Year Old Carlsen Makes One Of The Most Amazing Moves Of His Career

Magnus Carlsen (2072) vs Tor Gulbrandsen Ostlandserien 01/02 div. 1, Asker - Nordstrand (2002), Asker NOR, rd 6, Feb-09 French Defense: Tarrasch. Closed Variation (C05)

A Real "Knightmare"! Nakamura Is Fighting vs. 7 Knights

PlayKomodo (2960) vs. Hikaru (2787) Live Chess | | Round - | 17 Jun 2018 |

Hahaha! Kasparov's Opponent "Decided" To Checkmate Him In 4

Woody Harrelson vs Garry Kasparov (2812) Consultation (1999), Prague CZE, Jul-12 King Pawn Game: Parham Attack (C20)

Chess Puzzle: Easy For Humans, Impossible For Computers #4

Joseph Hashek, 1951, White to draw