FM Mike Klein reviews ChessKid.com member games in part two of a show broadcast live on August 21, 2014.
Join FunMasterMike as he analyzes an exciting game from ChessKid.com contributor Claudia Munoz (chesscampeona) on her way to winning a national championship!
Watch this video and find out how chesscampeona used a sharp Alekhine's Defense to win as Black.
The fun doesn't stop there, as FM Klein reviews some more ChessKid games later in the show.
Do you have storms where you live? They do in the Music City - thunderstorms and pawn storms! You'll need a safe shelter for both. The MusicCityMaster's ChessKid TV show explains how to create a violent storm and generate heavy winds to knock down your opponent's front door. I hope he's got some insurance!
With help from his classic-rock CD collection, the MusicCityMaster puts you back in the eye of the storm. That's where you'll learn how to throw lightning bolts against your opponent's king. Watch the second part of his thunderclap of tactical action!
Our grandmaster coach shows off a great game by a 1700-rated superstar. Both sides develop normally, but White plays without a plan and Black storms his king with several strong pawn advances! This is a great example of what happens when one side plays actively and one side aimlessly. By move 25, Black already has two queens. Don't let this happen to you - make sure you watch to learn how to make a plan in the middlegame.