Posts Tagged ‘chess video’

Master Chess Class: Alexandra Kosteniuk – Zhu Chen 1-0

White finds the killer chess combination

Studying chess games analysed by world-class Grandmasters is one of the easiest ways to improve your chess. Here’s an annotated chess video. 12th Women’s World Chess Champion, Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk comments on her first game of the semi-final of the 2005 Golden Blitz Chess Tournament. Game: Kosteniuk – Zhu Chen 1-0
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Take the Initiative Chess Class: Danielian – Kosteniuk 0-1

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Danielian – Kosteniuk, European Team Championships, Crete 2007. Black plays and wins.
The answer to this chess study is in the following video podcast hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk. Read her blog www.chessqueen.com for the latest adventures of a beautiful and intelligent Grandmaster.
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Cornered King Chess Puzzle: White Plays and Wins

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Klinger – Blatny, 1988, white plays and wins.
This special chess puzzle video podcast is brought to you by ChessKillerTips.com. The videos are hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk.
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Video Chess Analysis: How to Destroy the Caro Kann (Kosteniuk – Swaminathan 1-0)

12th Women’s World Chess Champion and Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk shows her very aggressive chess game against Swaminathan Soumya from the 2012 Istanbul Chess Olympiads. This game allowed the Russian team to win their match against India 3-1. The Russian women went on to win Gold at the 2012 Chess Olympiads. Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk also won bronze on her board. The video was recorded thanks to the software Chess King. Read the full Istanbul Chess Olympiad 2012 post.
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Intermediate Chess Study by Kraemer: Should White Resign?

LEVEL: Intermediate
CATEGORY: Study
Should White resign or play on? 1922 Study by Kraemer.
Check the video for an explanation by Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk – the 12th Women’s World Chess Champion.

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Middlegame Chess Technique: Jakob Rosanes – Adolf Anderssen 0-1

Begin the week with an easy chess puzzle presented by Chess Killer Tips. LEVEL: Easy CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the game Jakob Rosanes vs. Adolf Anderssen, 1863. Black plays and wins.
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World-Champion Chess Strategy Video: Alexandra Kosteniuk – Shen Yang 1-0

How does a world champion plan a strategy? Here is an insight into a world-class Grandmaster’s mind with explanations. Sit back and enjoy this rare treat brought to you by www.chesskillertips.com. If you want to play like this, train with Chess King.

LEVEL: Difficult
CATEGORY: Middle Game

From the game Alexandra Kosteniuk – Shen Yang, Beijing 2008. White plays and wins. True strategical thinking required.

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Do-or-Die Chess Puzzle: Can White Survive?

White is in a bind in this chess position. Can White really survive here – with a draw or a win? This position is brought to you by www.chesskillertips.co the #1 chess video podcast library. You will find the answer in a video hosted by Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk.

LEVEL: Easy
CATEGORY: Middle Game
From the Book of Stamma, 1737.
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Champion’s Chess Puzzle: Kosteniuk – Edouard 1-0

The first edition of the 8-player Geneva Chess Masters, held recently, was incredibly strong. In the preliminaries, Alexandra Kosteniuk created a sensation when she beat 2-0 reigning French champion Romain Edouard rated almost 200 points higher. In the position on the left, try to see the winning move that Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk played with White to move. Can you see all the way to checkmate?
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Delightful-Difficult Chess Problem: Checkmate in Six

A mate in 6 chess problem delightful in its purity. White to play. Composed by Thomas Davidson (horizontal mirror) in Montreal Daily Witness, 1899. (P.S. Chess study attribution incorrect in podcast.)

LEVEL: Difficult
CATEGORY: Problem

Sit back and enjoy this video chess podcast by #1 www.chesskillertips.com. It is hosted by Chess Queen™ 12th Women’s Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk.
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Female Chess Diversion: Black Wins

Here is an interesting chess position from the game Jakob Rosanes vs. Adolf Anderssen, 1863. Black plays and wins. This special chess puzzle podcast is brought to you by www.chesskillertips.com where Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk – the 12th Women’s World Chess Champion – teaches chess for free 24×7.
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75th Tata Steel Chess 2013 R4: Anand Demolishes “Nightmare Opponent” Aronian (Game + Videos)

The fourth round at the 75th Tata Steel Chess 2013 witnessed World Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand demolishing World No. 3 Levon Aronian. Anand said, “This could easily be one of the best games I have played. To win a game like this against Levon, who is my nightmare opponent, as you probably know, is definitely wonderful. Funnily enough both my black wins against him have been real classics. I don’t win that often, but when I do it is at least a good one.” Watch the two video statements given immediately after the end of the game and replay the game with Chess King.
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75th Tata Steel Chess R1: Pentala Harikrishna’s Endgame Patience Beats Anish Giri

The 75th Tata Steel Chess began in Wijk aan Zee with two decisive games in the first round in Group A. Anish Giri was cruising along and could have squeezed out a draw against Pentala Harikrishna, but the latter’s patience eventually earned him a win. Here is the game you can watch with Chess King and watch the post-game video with the winner. A report on the first round of the 2013 edition of Tata Steel Chess is available at Chess Blog.
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Weekend Chess Class: Philidor in the R+B vs. R; Level Very Difficult

The Philidor position is one of the key positions in which the stronger side wins in Rook + Bishop vs. Rook. It’s useful to know about it in case you get that endgame in your tournament practice. Can you solve the position on the left for a win for White? For the solution, you can replay the www.chesskillertips.com video podcast hosted by 12th Women’s World Chess Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk.
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Immortal Chess Game with Chess Killer Tips

The Immortal 1858 Game between Paul Morphy and Duke Carl and Count Isouard has been beautifully showcases in this chess video podcast of Chess Killer Tips. This surely is a chess game that one can never tire of no matter how many times it is watched. In fact, it is one of the first games most chess players replay and commit to memory! Fantastic attacking ideas and tactics form the basis of this game. Not for nothing is it known as the “Immortal Game”
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How is Chess King Pro Different from Chess King?

Here is a cool Chess King Video Software Tutorial by Steve Lopez for everyone wanting to know the difference between Chess King and Chess King Pro. Chess King Pro with Houdini 2 is an affordable and powerful chess software. With Chess King Pro you can play chess, solve puzzles, analyze your games with the strongest engine available and have access to the more than 5 million game GigaKing database. At the moment there is a Coupon Code INTROKING50 that will let you save $50 from the list $149 price of Chess King Pro in the Chess King shop.
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Too-Simple-to-Miss Chess Killer Move! (Beginners’ Chess)

Here’s a puzzle that will make you feel really good because it’s way too simple to miss if you have just gone past the beginner-level. But, it’s one of those powerful ideas that we need when diluting from a middlegame to endgame. The White knight seems to be in control of the Black a pawns. Black to play and win!
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Chess Analysis Video Game Kosteniuk – Kurmann 1-0

One of the most-talked about chess games at the Swiss National Chess Tournament 2011 was Alexandra Kosteniuk-Olivier Kurmann in Leukerbad (Loeche-les-Bains). There’s a beautiful Queen Sacrifice happening there with a neat combination starting at 16. c5! Who says 1. d4 always lead to quiet games! Check out the complete Chess King game video channel at ChessKing. Also read the Chess Queen blog post on the game that includes a Chess King applet of the game.

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Biel Chess Fest Round 3: Wang Hao-Nakamura Wild, Wild Game 1-0

The 2012 Biel Chess Festival is taking place from July 23 to August 2 and the Master Tournament (eleven rounds Swiss) includes six very strong grandmasters playing a double round robin: Magnus Carlsen, Hikaru Nakamura, Alex. Morozevich, Wang Hao, Etienne Bacrot and Anish Giri. But, Alexander Morozevich dropped out after Round 2 due to health reasons (Chess Blog news). He has been replaced by Viktor Bologan. Meanwhile, here is a wild game between Chinese No. 1 Wang Hao and the US Chess Champion Hikaru Nakamura. On the subject of wild games, you have seen the brutal Chess Queen vs Wang Hao knockout checkmate video that’s gone viral?

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