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Top 3 Full-length Training Videos by GM Jan Markos

Stanislav Pavlovič | September 5, 2012 – 16:03No Comment | 3,302 views

GM Jan Markos, Slovakia’s no.1 chess player has provided insight into the games of world’s top players in his continuing series of videos. The videos are a great way to improve chess skills, both for novice as well as seasoned chess players. As many of you may have missed his videos, we offer you a selection of 3 most popular.

#3 GM Karjakin vs. GM Topalov

The third most viewed video discusses a game from the prestigeous Tata Steel 2012 tournament, was played between two neighbors in the FIDE ladder, GM Karjakin vs. GM Topalov. At the time the game was played, both players were just a point apart. Since then, the video gained some 5000 views.

#2 GM Movsesian vs. GM Miezis

With more than 7000 views, GM Movsesian vs. GM Miezis game placed second. In this video, GM Jan Markos focuses on an interesting topic: What do grandmasters do differently?

#1 GM Carlsen vs. GM Aronian

The number 1 have gained astonishing 32 000 views. The game between world’s number 1 and world’s number 2 was also played at the Tata Steel Chess Tournament 2012,. In the video commentary, GM Markos explains how Magnus Carlsen avoids flank attacks.


Since then, we moved the production of the videos to the whole new level, including better video and audio quality. Full-length videos in high definition can be found at the Training section of our site.

The preview of the most recent video can be found here:

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