Classical Chess Videos

Classical Chess Games: A Morphy Massacre

Signup for FREE online play at ! IM David Pruess brings us a Morphy classic in which Morphy, true to his style, sacrifices some pawns in order to achieve quick development, an initiative, and ultimately a crushing attack.

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Classical Variation of the Pirc Defense | Chess Openings

The Classical Pirc setup is the epitome of classical chess, and it’s the opposite of black’s hyper modern approach. For the basics of the Pirc Defense, watch this introductory video: For a more aggressive alternative to the Classical Variation, learn the Austrian Attack (f4!): In the Classical Pirc (also known as two knights), white follows […]

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2022 Fall Chess Classic: Round 8

Live from The Chase Park Plaza Hotel, the fourth Fall Chess Classic is comprised of two 10-player round robin tournaments (fields below). The Classic Chess series are strong tournaments held quarterly to create opportunities for Grandmasters and International Masters to test their skill against similar level players. Join GM Evgenij Miroshnichenko and Jonathan Schrantz for […]

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Classical Chess Games: Geller-Euwe 1953!

Signup for FREE online play at ! In this classic battle between two chess heavy-weights, white launches a seemingly crushing kingside attack in the Nimzo-Indian opening, however, black’s well-timed defensive shots serve him well. Enjoy IM Daniel Rensch’s personal description of what this game means to him…

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Nimzo-Indian: Classical, Vitolins-Adorjan Gambit – Standard chess #28

I played a standard chess game as white with time controls set at 15 minutes with a 2 second increment. The opening played was the Nimzo-Indian: Classical, Vitolins-Adorjan Gambit. It’s white’s bishop-pair versus black’s speedy development out of a Nimzo-Indian, Classical variation. Black offers a gambit by move 6 with the aim to accentuate development. […]

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The game that made Magnus Carlsen the World Rapid Champion 2019

Usually when it is the championship game, you often see players slightly tensed or nervous. But you can see how Magnus Carlsen plays each and every move in this game with great confidence against Hikaru Nakamura. He has a full point lead over the field and instead of him offering a draw, it was Nakamura […]

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How To Learn & Study Chess Openings

➡️ LEARN CHESS WITH ME: In this video, we talk about chess openings and how to study them. I discuss chess openings for beginners, theory – Sicilian, Caro Kann, Vienna, Kings Gambit, and London Opening vs Kings Indian. I show you openings databases and discuss various platforms and teach you to analyze games. 0:00 Introduction […]

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The Most Famous Chess Game Of All Time

➡️ LEARN CHESS WITH ME: The Paul Morphy Duke Karl Count Isouard Opera Chess Game. Explained. ➡️ Watch LIVE on Twitch: ➡️ Support via Donation: I PARTNERED WITH G FUEL! They have delicious and energizing energy drinks. Get yours at and USE CODE Gotham and get 30% off all their products. ↓ ↓ Chess and […]

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The Most Famous Chess Game Ever Played || “A Night at the Opera” (feat. in Netflix’s Queen’s Gambit)

Paul Morphy vs Duke Karl / Count Isouard “A Night at the Opera” (game of the day Dec-02-2007) Paris (1858), Paris FRA Philidor Defense: General 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 Bg4 4. dxe5 Bxf3 5. Qxf3 dxe5 6. Bc4 Nf6 7. Qb3 Qe7 8. Nc3 c6 9. Bg5 b5 10. Nxb5 cxb5 […]

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Magnus Carlsen Loses 1st Chess Game In 2 Years!

World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen had not lost a classical chess game in 2 years, since July 31st, 2018, but today Jan-Krzysztof Duda defeated him in an incredible game in Norway Chess. Magnus undefeated streak stands at 125 games, the longest undefeated streak of all time! The game: Follow us here 😀: ✅ Sign up […]

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