National Master Carisa Yip is back with some more of her favorite chess puzzles for you to solve.
This time, the puzzles are positional studies by the chess author Jacob Aagaard. Yes, that's a lot of A's. Hopefully you can get an A on these puzzles too if you try hard.
How do you punish an opponent who waits too long to castle?
By opening the e-file and pouncing with his rook, queen and both bishops, coach skunkfrog never gives Black a chance to cover up his king.
Stick around till the end of the video to solve a tricky mate-in-six!
To help understand the shape a typical "Fried Liver Attack Game" can take, we go back to the beginning: the first recorded chess game ever played in this crazy opening! Sit back and enjoy this 400 year old masterpiece of attack, and appreciate the power of the pin!
It's here! The wild, super-exciting, oh-my-gosh did he just do that second half of the most famous game of chess EVER. Watch how Morphy uses the fact that he got his pieces out first to sacrifice and sacrifice, until the black king is trapped in the middle of the board!