Play chess Online - Fun and Free Chess Games at Chessclub.com   

Login or create an account to earn points.

Grid List

Set Ascending Direction

1-50 of 247

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  1. A Decade of Benjamin - Super Course!
    $149.00

    Get ready to open a treasure chest of the very best games played over the last decade, all expertly analyzed and explained by one of the most highly rated coaches in the world, GM Joel Benjamin. This enormous collection is the result of 10 years of GM Benjamin analyzing the best chess game played in the world that week: well over 400 individual games and 250 hours of footage! If purchased separately, this collection of 424 videos would cost $1,267.76, but now you can own the collection for a fraction of that!

    BONUS COMES WITH ONE (1) MONTH OF BONUS ICC MEMBERSHIP
    Learn More
  2. Joel Benjamin's Chess Weekly Recap: The complete 2017 collection + Bonus Coverage

    Regular Price: $99.95

    Special Price $49.95


    Joel Benjamin's Chess Weekly Recap: The complete collection 2017! With bonus coverage of top 2016 tournaments! A treasure chest of the very best games tournaments and games played over the last year, all expertly analyzed and explained by one of the most highly rated coaches in the world, GM Joel Benjamin. Includes PGN games. Learn More
  3. Game of the Week: Eljanov Bologan
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Eljanov Bologan Tournament: Karpov Poikovsky tournament ECO: D31: QGD Viktor Bologan is known for a somewhat unorthodox repertoire. On many occasions he has defended the Benko Gambit or Black Knight’s Tango. But in the Karpov Poikovsky tournament he debated Ukrainian grandmaster Pavel Eljanov on classic territory in the Nimzo Indian. The game showcased important strategy for both sides, with the result showing that we should be careful not to judge too much from the result of a favorite game from history. Learn More
  4. Game of the Week: Kramnik, Ivanchuk
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Kramnik, Ivanchuk Tournament: FIDE Candidates Tournament 2103 ECO: E10: Queen's Pawn Game 3.Nf3 Through much of the FIDE Candidates tournament in London, Vladimir Kramnik found full points frustratingly hard to come by. It wasn’t for lack of trying, or even creating opportunities. Aronian barely escaped with a draw against him in round five, and Carlsen was fortunate to hold in round nine. This week we will feature Kramnik’s round six encounter with Ivanchuk. Kramnik typically found tactical possibilities out of the normally placid Catalan opening, while Ivanchuk played his usual game of “beat the clock.” Learn More
  5. Game Of the Week: GM Vladimir Kramnik vs. GM Judit Polgar
    $2.99
    GM Anish Giri vs. GM Alexander Morozevich Opening: E04: Catalan, Open, 5.Nf3 Player(s): Giri, Morozevich Learn More
  6. Game Of the Week: GM Kasparov vs. GM Short
    $2.99
    GM Kasparov vs. GM Short Opening: E11: Bogo-Indian defense Player(s): Kasparov, Short Learn More
  7. Game Of the Week: Carlsen vs. Li Chao - Qatar Masters Open
    $2.99
    Carlsen vs. Li Chao - Qatar Masters Open Opening: D70: Neo-Grunfeld defense Player(s): Carlsen, Li Learn More
  8. Game Of the Week: Predke vs. Jakovenko - Russian Team Championship
    $2.99
    Game Of the Week: Predke vs. Jakovenko - Russian Team Championship Opening: B91: Sicilian: Najdorf Player(s): Predke, Jakovenko Learn More
  9. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 52
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 52 Opening: A28, D46, B00, D79, D46, A49: Player(s): Mamedyarov, Artemiev, Esipenko, Gelfand, Shirov, YTuffa, Carlsen, Xiangzhi Bu This week GM Joel brings us games from Nutcracker Classic, and gives a first look at the FIDe World Rapid and Blitz Championship in Saudi Arabia. Check out the article with PGN files, games annotation and much more Learn More
  10. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 55
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 54 Opening: B99, B22, D23, C42, B12: Player(s): Sengupta, Gormally, Grandelius, Antipov, Ippolito, Sasikiran, Navara, Wei Yi This week GM Joel has action from two of the most traditional holiday tournaments in Stockholm and Hastings, but first a mini match in China between rising star Wei Yi and strong Czech grandmaster David Navara.. Check out the article with PGN files, games annotation and much more Learn More
  11. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 66
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 66 Opening: E90, D37, C92, E61, D12: Player(s): Svane, Saric, Matlakov, Nabaty, Safarli, Ivanchuk, Caruana, Carlsen, Bluebaum, Vitiugov This week GM Joel brings us action from the European Individual Championship and the first rounds of the GRENKE Classic Learn More
  12. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 75
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 75 Opening: C67. C54. A28, D00, E60, C65: Player(s): Carlsen, Aronian, Mamedyarov, Karjakin, Caruana, Jobava, Cornette, Fedoseev, Nepomniachtchi, Bologan This week GM Joel recaps the first six rounds of the Altibox Norway Tournament, the French Top 12 and the Poikovsky tournament. Learn More
  13. Game Of the Week: GM Anish Giri vs. GM Alexander Morozevich
    $2.99
    GM Anish Giri vs. GM Alexander Morozevich Opening: E04: Catalan, Open, 5.Nf3 Player(s): Giri, Morozevich Learn More
  14. Game Of the Week: GM Muzychuk vs. GM Kosteniuk - European Team Championship
    $2.99
    GM Muzychuk vs. GM Kosteniuk - European Team Championship Opening: A45: Trompowsky attack Player(s): Muzychuk, Kosteniuk Learn More
  15. Game of the Week: Kamsky, Grischuk,
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Kamsky, Grischuk, Tournament: 14th European Individual Chess Championship ECO: A48 : 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 g6: Torre, London and Colle Systems Down the stretch of the FIDE Grand Prix in Thessaloniki, Greece, three players were writing compelling stories. In a dramatic last round, Fabiano Caruana took down the leader, Gata Kamsky, thus equaling his score of 7.5/11. Neither player could ultimately celebrate as Lenier Dominguez pushed through the open door with an endgame squeeze from Veselin Topalov. The Cuban grandmaster’s score of 8/11 netted first place in his greatest result to date. The three at the top showed a higher level than the others, though in any long tournament there will be many missed opportunities along the way. Kamsky, who forged his lead with an opening win over Dominguez and a 4.5/5 spurt just before the end, will certainly regret some moves from the finale, but he can also lament the missed opportunity against Alexander Grischuk in round four. Taking advantage of his opponent’s mistaken timing, Kamsky forged a surprising early attack but found the decisive blow unexpectedly elusive. Learn More
  16. Game of the Week: Karjakin, Kamsky
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Karjakin, Kamsky Tournament: Russian Team Championship ECO: B06: Robatsch defense Let’s head back to the Russian Team Championship for a battle between two top K’s, Sergey Karjakin and Gata Kamsky. Kamsky successfully reaches beyond his usual repertoire and seems to be on the way to a smooth victory in a knight ending. However, Karjakin keeps fighting and presents Kamsky with a dilemma that requires a problem-like solution. Let’s see if Kamsky was able to work it out. Learn More
  17. Game Of the Week: GM Nepomniachtchi vs. GM Sjugirov
    $2.99
    GM Nepomniachtchi vs. GM Sjugirov Opening: B90: Sicilian: Najdorf Player(s): Nepomniachtchi, Sjugirov Learn More
  18. Game Of the Week: Bachmann vs. Morozevich - Barcelona GM International
    $2.99
    Bachmann vs. Morozevich - Barcelona GM International Opening: A07: Reti: King's Indian attack Player(s): Bachmann, Morozevich Learn More
  19. Game of the Week: Tkachiev, Dobrov
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Tkachiev, Dobrov Tournament: Meurthe et Moselle Festival Rapid ECO: A51: Budapest Gambit declined In the Meurthe and Moselle Festival Rapid tournament in Nancy, France, most of the usual suspects made it through the prelims into the sixteen player knockout. But a dark horse emerged, as Vladimir Dobrov knocked out Etienne Bacrot, Yannick Pelletier, and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave to make it into the finals. Dobrov met his match in the finale; Vladislav Tkachiev is not only a strong, experienced grandmaster but a specialist at fast time controls as well. In the decisive encounter, Tkachiev built up an attack and let the pieces fly, producing a spectacular and entertaining attack. Learn More
  20. Game of the Week: Svidler, Grischuk
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Svidler, Grischuk Tournament: FIDE Candidates Tournament 2013 ECO: E81: King's Indian, Sämisch, 5...O-O As we catch our breath and try to recover from the incredible finish to the FIDE Candidates tournament that had servers and websites around the world crashing under the weight of immense numbers of viewers, we will have one more look at an exciting game that did not receive game of the week coverage. Nearly buried beneath the story of Carlsen’s nervous but barely sufficient finish and Kramnik’s heroic second half charge (until the final round) was the fine result of Peter Svidler, who went from middle of the pack to a half-point from the top spot. In the final context, out featured game takes on more significance. In any case, the battle between Svidler and Alexander Grischuk from round nine stands on its own, a mind-bending morass of complications with both players showing great ingenuity. Let’s try to make some sense of what happened that day. Learn More
  21. Game of the Week: Morozevich, Jakvenko
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Morozevich, Jakvenko Tournament: Russian Team Championship 2013 ECO: D16: QGD; Slav accepted, Alapin Variation The Russian Team Championship has started up, with veterans of the FIDE Candidates tournament Svidler and Grischuk joining many of the top names in Russian chess. In this week’s game we take a look at the mercurial Alexander Morozevich battling another established grandmaster, Dmitry Jakovenko. The two revisited a sharp opening from a previous encounter, producing hard to evaluate positions and interesting hidden tactical possibilities. Let’s see how it went down. Learn More
  22. Game of the Week: Vitiugov, Ragger, Vachier, Caruana, Kramnik, Korobov,
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Vitiugov, Ragger, Vachier, Caruana, Kramnik, Korobov, Tournament: World Cup 2013 ECO: A48, D16, D85: King's Indian: Torre attack, QGD Slav: Soultanbéieff variation, Grünfeld: modern exchange variation The early rounds of the FIDE World Cup is a cornucopia of entertainment. With so many grandmaster games it’s easy to find something to enjoy. This week features a powerful win from Russian grandmaster Nikita Vitiugov over Austrian star Markus Ragger in round two. Vitiugov ventures one of the many trendy sidelines against the Grunfeld. Ragger plunges into the sharpest line, but he soon shows he has not analyzed deeply enough to find a way past White’s initiative. Learn More
  23. Game of the Week: Shvedchikov, Kupreichik
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Shvedchikov, Kupreichik Tournament: World Senior’s Championship ECO: A04 : Reti Opening I’ve noticed that players of today are remarkably versatile, seemingly at home in any kind of position. It’s noteworthy that Magnus Carlsen could become World Champion on the strength of his play in apparently quiet endgames. In my experience on the international circuit, I’ve encountered a number of old-timers who were particularly adept at one type of chess but not the other. The book on playing experienced Soviet grandmasters was to play tactically to offset their strategical training. This was not the case with Viktor Kupreichik, who was always a crazy attacking player with little interest or aptitude in the endgame. I see that Kupreichik hasn’t changed much on the senior circuit, judging from this week’s bizarre little game from the World Senior’s Championship, which was won by GM Anatoly Vaisser. In the face of his opponent’s quiet opening, Kupreichik sets about creating complications from the get-go, even at the expense of the soundness of his position. They say that fortune favors the brave (and for the most part, I believe that is true in chess); let’s see how it fared in this game. Learn More
  24. Game of the Week: Pallisse, Gashimov
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Pallisse, Gashimov ECO: E10: Queen's Pawn Game In the past few years ICC grandmasters have used their videos to pay tribute to great players who have passed away, like Smyslov, Larsen, and Byrne. But this week’s tribute is particularly sad because it is for a player who left us in the prime of his life. Azerbaijani grandmaster Vugar Gashimov has died at age 27. Gashimov was part of a triumvirate of elite players in his country. At times he was even able to surpass Radjabov and Mamedyarov, and reached #6 in the world at his peak in 2009. Unfortunately, he was able to play just a handful of games in 2012 and none in 2013 before succumbing to a brain tumor this month. Gashimov’s greatest successes were a victory in the FIDE Grand prix in Baku in 2008 and first place in Reggio Emilia in 2010-11. He was a dynamic player who specialized in winning with his excellent technique. His personal approach to the openings often put him in conflict with prevailing wisdom. Virtually every tribute from his colleagues mentions his prowess in the Benoni, and I felt it appropriate to show his skills in that oft-maligned opening. In our feature game he takes it one step further, essaying a controversial pet variant of the Benoni known as the Snake. Learn More
  25. Game of the Week: Vitiugov, Ivanchuk
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Vitiugov, Ivanchuk Tournament: Gibraltar Masters ECO: D26: QGA I want to go back to Gibraltar to check out a game from the playoff for first place. Nikita Vitiugov and Vassily Ivanchuk opened up their elimination match with a couple of non-descript draws, but the third game was a barn burner with sacrifices and unbalanced material. The complications would have been difficult to calculate under any circumstances but nearly impossible in a blitz game. As it so often goes, the player with the position that was relatively easier to play got the point in the end. Learn More
  26. Game of the Week: Akopian, Chatalbashev
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: Akopian, Chatalbashev Tournament: Bronstein Memorial Open ECO: B07: Pirc Defense For this week’s show I would like to take a look at an opening we have rarely featured here, the Pirc Defense. In the game between Vladimir Akopian and Boris Chatalbashev from the Bronstein Memorial Open in Minsk, the players left the beaten path early, with many possible interesting tactical skirmishes. The result hinged on a few serious errors in a complex and unusual situation. Learn More
  27. Game of the Week: van Kampen, Rapport
    $2.99
    Game of the Week: van Kampen, Rapport Tournament: Reykjavik Open 2014 ECO: B09: Pirc In the Reykjavik Open, two of the more enterprising young grandmasters, 19-year-old Robin van Kampen of the Netherlands, and Hungarian Richard Rapport, who was just turning 18, contested a strange tactical skirmish. A cutting edge opening led to a position that was hard enough for me to get a handle on with a chess engine; over the board the players must surely have struggled. Eventually the smoke cleared and a victor was determined, but should the game have gone the other way? Let’s try to figure that out. Learn More
  28. Game Of the Week: IM Valentina Gunina vs. WGM Ju Wenjun
    $2.99
    IM Valentina Gunina vs. WGM Ju Wenjun Opening: A42: Modern Defence, Averbakh System also Wade Defence Player(s): Gunina, Wenjun Learn More
  29. Game Of the Week: GM Boris Gelfand vs. GM Vladimir Kramnik
    $2.99
    GM Boris Gelfand vs. GM Vladimir Kramnik Opening: E06: Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3 Player(s): Gelfand, Kramnik Learn More
  30. Game Of the Week: GM Polgar vs. GM Berkes
    $2.99
    GM Polgar vs. GM Berkes Opening: C11: French Player(s): Polgar, Berkes Learn More
  31. Game Of the Week: GM Erenburg vs. GM So
    $2.99
    GM Erenburg vs. GM So Opening: C03: French: Tarrasch Player(s): Erenburg, So Learn More
  32. Game Of the Week:GM Wei Yi vs. GM Bruzon
    $2.99
    GM Wei Yi vs. GM Bruzon Opening: B40: Sicilian defense Player(s): Wei Yi, Bruzon Learn More
  33. Game Of the Week:Wang Yue vs. Ding Liren
    $2.99
    Navara vs. Wojtaszek Opening: B90: Sicilian: Najdorf Player(s): Navara, Wojtaszek Learn More
  34. Game Of the Week:  Ding vs.Wei
    $2.99
    Ding vs.Wei Opening: A05: English Opening Player(s): Ding, Wei Learn More
  35. Game Of the Week:   Kramnik vs. Topalov - European Club Championship
    $2.99
    Kramnik vs. Topalov - European Club Championship Opening: A46: Queen's pawn: Yusupov-Rubinstein system Player(s): Kramnik, Topalov Learn More
  36. Game Of the Week: Lenderman vs. Shabalov - US Championship
    $2.99
    Game Of the Week: Lenderman vs. Shabalov - US Championship Opening: D45: QGD semi-Slav: Stoltz variation Player(s): Lenderman, Shabalov Learn More
  37. Game Of the Week: Andreikin vs. Demchenko - Abu Dhabi Masters
    $2.99
    Game Of the Week: Andreikin vs. Demchenko - Abu Dhabi Masters Opening: C76: Ruy Lopez: modern Steinitz defense Player(s): Andreikin, Demchenko Learn More
  38. Game Of the Week: Stupak vs. Bok - 42th Chess Olympiad
    $2.99
    Game Of the Week: Stupak vs. Bok - 42th Chess Olympiad Opening: D43: QGD semi-Slav Player(s): Stupak, Bok Learn More
  39. Game Of the Week: Volokitin goes to Baku
    $2.99
    Game Of the Week: Volokitin goes to Baku Opening: : Player(s): Volokitin Learn More
  40. Game Of the Week: Gelfand vs. Giri - Tal Mémorial
    $2.99
    Game Of the Week: Gelfand vs. Giri - Tal Mémorial Opening: E60: King's Indian: 3.g3 Player(s): Gelfand, Giri Learn More
  41. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 1
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 1 This week GM Joel recaps for us the Tal Memorial, that just finished, and the ongoing Isle Of Man Masters, where the three American musketeers - Caruana, Nakamura and So - are fighting, along with several other strong GMs. Learn More
  42. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 2
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 2 This week GM Joel recaps for us the Tal Memorial, that just finished, and the ongoing Isle Of Man Masters, where the three American musketeers - Caruana, Nakamura and So - are fighting, along with several other strong GMs. Learn More
  43. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 3
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 3 Opening: : Player(s): This week GM Joel starts recapping for us the Russian Superfinals, where none of the super-strong participants has been able to emerge prepotently so far. Then GM Joel moves on with the recap of the two interesting matches Short vs. Hou and Van Forees vs. Sokolov, being played in Hoogeveen, Netherlands. Learn More
  44. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 4
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 4 Opening: : Player(s): Russian Champ Superfinals, Short vs. Hou and Van Forees vs. Sokolov matches, Cigorin Memorial Learn More
  45. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 5
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 5 Opening: : Player(s): 14th Cap D'Agde 2016 and World Youth Championship Learn More
  46. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 6
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 6 Opening: A41, C64, B19, B32: Player(s): Batsiashvili, Skripchenko,Ivanov, Reprintsev, Eliseev, Yuffa, Taimanov, Karpov Learn More
  47. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 7
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 7 Opening: : Player(s): GM Joel reports about the interesting match that has seen Rapport and Wei Yi fight over the board, and then moves to London. In the magnificent UK's capital, not only the most-followed Grand Chess Tour Event - won by Wesley So - has filled the 15-day festival with chess: the open tournament, with many strong GMs, and the Super Rapid event, won with a stunning score and somewhat surprisingly by GM Gunina! Learn More
  48. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 8
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 8 Opening: : Player(s): Perez Ponsa, Ivanchuk, Matlakov, Carlsen, Henriquez, Jakovenko, Korobov Learn More
  49. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 9
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 9 Opening: C11, A34, A07, C42: Player(s): Prince, Volkov, Bluebaum, Sarkar, Praggnanandhaa, Rasmussen, Karjakin, Jobava Learn More
  50. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 10
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 10 Opening: E21, A33, A20, B11, E04: Player(s): GM Hikaru Nakamura wins for the third time The Gibraltar Masters, after playoffs. Learn More

Grid List

Set Ascending Direction

1-50 of 247

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5