How to Play Chess: Lessons from an International Master

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Jeremy Silman, International Chess Master
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Course Overview

Chess is a sport, a science, and an art. For more than a thousand years, people around the world have enjoyed this game of skill and tactics and intellectual prowess. From Parisian nightclubs to Hollywood films to everyday dining rooms and dens, you can find people furrowing their brows in concentration over their next strategic move. The fun of the game is that anyone can play, and there is always something more to learn—especially with the right guide.

From the basics of the game to advanced strategy and tactics, and everything in between, How to Play Chess: Lessons from an International Master is any chess enthusiast’s opportunity to enhance your understanding of the game. Taught by International Master and renowned chess teacher Jeremy Silman, these 24 engaging lessons walk you through every aspect of the game. After grounding you in the rules of chess, Mr. Silman offers strategic insight into openings and endgames, shows you typical pitfalls to avoid, and examines an array of famous gambits, positions, defenses, mates, and more.

One of the most rewarding aspects of chess is that amateurs and professionals alike can unlock new secrets, discover fresh patterns, and sharpen their skills as players. Amateurs may wonder:

  • Where do I even begin?
  • How do all the pieces move?
  • Which pieces are more valuable?
  • What are the key “rookie mistakes” to avoid?

The rules are simple to learn, but the game is vastly complex. Therefore, even seasoned players with many years of experience always have more to learn. For instance:

  • When does the en passant rule apply?
  • How do I make more effective combinations?
  • How does pawn structure point toward the best next move?
  • Is it possible to secure a checkmate with just a king and a pawn?

Whether you’re a chess novice or a long-time player, this course will help you see the game in a whole new way. Striking visual examples from some of the most famous—and infamous—matches in history offer a wealth of strategic insight. You’ll also explore the game’s history and meet some noted and flamboyant players, from André Philidor to Bobby Fischer to Garry Kasparov. How to Play Chess: Lessons from an International Master is your guide to becoming a formidable chess opponent.

Improve Your Game—No Matter Your Skill Level

From kings to commoners and coast to coast around the world, chess is a universal game that anyone can enjoy, regardless of language or nationality or social class. And it’s a game that anyone can learn. Mr. Silman reviews everything from how pieces move and basic notation to advanced strategy and complex combinations. Players at all levels will find something of value here, and a wealth of interactive examples make every lesson worth revisiting to mine key information.

Among the many topics Mr. Silman covers are:

Game Fundamentals: Review how all the pieces move, and discover a few surprises—such as that the humble pawn is actually the most complex piece on the board. Then examine the basics of notation and etiquette during the game.

Tactical Patterns: Pins, skewers, forks, decoys, double attacks, and more—build your skills with every piece to help you trap your opponent and unleash carnage on the board.

Strategic Planning: From pawn structure to imbalances in position to cat-and-mouse combinations, learn to read the board and determine the best series of moves—for you and your opponent.

Open vs. Closed Positions: Should you play in the center or go for the wings? When should you rely on knight,s or bishops? When should you sacrifice a pawn? Find out how to navigate any mid-game setup.

Statics vs. Dynamics: Chess relies on strategic thinking and long-term planning, but it also requires the ability to strike at weaknesses and wage battle. Hone your skills in all types of play.

Endgames: It might not be as sexy as tactical strikes, but learning a few basic endgame strategies can give you a powerful edge over your competition. With a wealth of examples, Mr. Silman shows you how to win—and makes the study of endgames fun.

Study Classic Games for Lessons in Technique and Style

One of the joys of this course is that Mr. Silman takes you beyond the board and explores the history of the game. He transports you to old-time chess clubs (which were known in 18th century Paris as “dens of iniquity”) and introduces you to many of the game’s colorful characters and International Masters—players who changed the game and serve as models for today’s aspiring players. Among others, you will meet:

  • Alexander Alekhine
  • André Philidor
  • Vera Menchik
  • José Raúl Capablanca
  • Bobby Fischer
  • Garry Kasparov

In addition to revealing personalities and presenting biographical details, Mr. Silman reviews many classic—often heated—games, offering a play-by-play to show how these chess heroes have trapped and mated each other and forced resignations. You’ll delight in discovering different styles of play, from cautious development to hyper-aggressive tactics to surprising mates—and learn much from studying these games. And you’ll come away with a trove of masters you can look to as models for your own game.

Indeed, one of the most important ways to improve your game is to play often. Mr. Silman gives you plenty of opportunities to spot the next best move or discover weaknesses in these fast-paced games. Thanks to detailed custom graphics that make each chess move come alive, you’ll learn to spot patterns and make connections. You also learn to read the board and become fluent in chess notation, which will change the way you view the game.

Learn from an International Master

As an International Master and a well-regarded author of numerous chess books and articles, Mr. Silman is an ideal guide to help you build your skills. Using clear examples and a step-by-step approach, these lessons feel more like an intimate tutorial than a series of lectures. The course is intensively illustrated, helping you follow each move as it plays out.

With his deep knowledge of chess history and the chess community, Mr. Silman also gives you an insider’s take on many of the more intriguing aspects of the game, including simultaneous exhibitions, blindfolded chess, computers, and chess engines. Computers in particular play an intriguing role in today’s game. Mr. Silman offers recommendations for how to use chess engines to improve your tactical abilities, but he also gives a useful perspective on the limits of artificial intelligence.

Ultimately, chess is a human game, and an enjoyable pastime. It’s about more than rote memorization and brute-force calculations. In How to Play Chess: Lessons from an International Master, you’ll encounter more than a prescription for better play. You’ll discover the romance and joy of the game—and become a better thinker to approach any chess match or strategic thinking challenge with confidence.

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24 lectures
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  • 1
    The World of Chess
    From kings and queens to ordinary workers, from family living rooms and local chess parlors to online gamers around the world, chess is a truly universal pastime. Discover the basics of the game, what each piece is worth and how it moves, and the mathematical notation that allows people to connect across social class, language barriers, and national boundaries. x
  • 2
    Secrets of the Pawns and Knights
    Although humble, pawns are the most complex pieces on the chessboard. Meanwhile, the leaping knights are perhaps the strangest pieces. Learn how these two pieces move and what strategies to employ with them to control the board. Look at a few situations that test what you've learned. x
  • 3
    Castling, Checkmate, Chess Engines, Draws
    Complete your review of the basics of chess - including how to castle, the difference between checkmate and stalemate, and the etiquette of play. Then shift your attention to the mythic side of the game and find out about simultaneous exhibitions, blindfolded play, and chess computers. x
  • 4
    Must-Know Tactical Patterns in Chess
    Build your arsenal of tactical skills by looking for winning patterns on the board. After covering three go-to punches - pins, skewers, and forks - Mr. Silman turns to decoys, double attacks, discovered attacks, and more. Armed with these patterns of play, you now have a major tactical advantage. x
  • 5
    Chess Combinations and Kings in Check
    Continue your study of patterns - this time with combination moves that require crafty calculations. Whether you're wondering when (and why) to sacrifice a piece, or you're looking to trap kings in tight corners, or you simply want to unleash a torrent of carnage on the board, the tactics from this lesson will help you become a more formidable player. x
  • 6
    Checkmate! Back-Rank, Smothered, and More
    Delve into the world of piece collaboration" - using two or more pieces to win a checkmate. Mr. Silman shows you a number of classic mates that have delighted fans for generations. Not only are these mating patterns flashy and exciting, they will also give you a far deeper understanding of the game as a whole." x
  • 7
    Checkmate against a Castled King
    Castling is an excellent strategy, but a castled king is not invincible. Explore some of the patterns that can be used to checkmate a castled king - particularly using square h7. Look at when to sacrifice a bishop, how to use your queen to go on the hunt, and how pieces must work in partnership for success. x
  • 8
    Legendary Attacking Greats of Chess
    Famous chess players are some of the most fascinating figures in history. Pause from the tactics of the game to learn about four of the most famous players who ever lived: Paul Morphy, Alexander Alekhine, Mikhail Tal and Garry Kasparov. Examine several of their games to get a feel for their playing style. x
  • 9
    A Cascade of Short, Brutal Chess Games!
    Errors are common among players at all levels. We fall into traps, walk headfirst into an opponent's tactic, or simply miss a good move or hidden vulnerability. Review several ways a game can go wrong, from the quick fool's mate" to many of the short, brutal takedowns from famous matches." x
  • 10
    Chess Heroes of the Romantic Age
    Step back to an era of gaslights and chess cafes in old Europe. The romantic era of chess" of the 18th and 19th century was filled with raucous characters who employed swashbuckling tactics to please a crowd. Meet three famous players - Joseph Henry Blackburne, Adolph Anderssen, and Baron Ignatz von Kolisch - and study their games." x
  • 11
    Open Files and the Positional Rook
    So far the course has focused on tactics, but tactics are not the most important element of the game. Begin the first of several lessons on positional play and chess strategy, starting with the rooks. Learn why and how to create an open file and employ your rooks to best advantage. See examples of these mighty pieces at work. x
  • 12
    Pawns: The Positional Soul of Chess
    In this lesson, you'll find out why pawns are the soul of chess." Train your eye to see the pawn structures of a game and their strategic implications. After honing your ability to read a position and see patterns, study a few strategies for making the most out of the pawns - including pawn chains, the passed pawn, the Grünfeld Defense, and more." x
  • 13
    Positional Weaknesses and Targets in Chess
    Continue your study of pawn movements by examining a number of potential weaknesses. Mr. Silman will help you notice and make use of vulnerabilities such as isolated pawns and doubled pawns. By sharpening your powers of observation, your chess game will take a giant leap forward. x
  • 14
    Closed and Open Positions on the Chessboard
    One very important strategy in any game is to develop your pieces as quickly as possible. Once developed, open and closed board positions require very different strategic approaches. Study these differences and find out how to use your knights, bishops, or rooks for greatest success - and how best to get those pieces into play. x
  • 15
    Chess Statics vs. Dynamics: An Eternal Battle
    Much of chess boils down to the tension between static play versus dynamic play. Static play encompasses the long game of development and positional advantage, while dynamic play is all about tactics and aggressive attacks. Find out when to rely on each approach - and when you need to create a dynamic situation. x
  • 16
    Using Chessboard Imbalances to Create Plans
    This course has covered much ground, and in this lesson, you'll begin putting all the pieces together. Learn to read the board for imbalances, and then discover how to put those imbalances to work. A wealth of examples teaches you to understand the body language of the board" - a skill that separates the amateurs from the players." x
  • 17
    Legendary Teachers Who Transformed Chess
    Meet several key players who advanced the game from the Romantic to the Modern era. In addition to learning about the personalities of players such as Andre Philidor, Wilhelm Steinitz, Siegbert Tarrasch, and Aron Nimzowitsch, you'll study some of their most interesting games to get a feel for their style of play. x
  • 18
    Chess Endgames and the King's Magical Powers
    While you must know tactics to be a formidable chess player, learning the strategy behind a successful endgame is crucial to bringing your skills to the next level. This first of three lessons on oft-neglected endgame strategy introduces you to the powers of the king. Mr. Silman shows you how the kings can take over the chessboard. x
  • 19
    Kings and Pawns in Next-Level Endgames
    Continue your study of endgames, especially those involving the king and one or more pawns. Here you'll find out how to avoid - or create - stalemates and draws, as well as the critical techniques for getting pawns to the end of the board - or blocking those dangerous pawn movements. x
  • 20
    Triangulation and Two Critical Rook Endgames
    Round out your study of endgames with an examination of triangulation, a key tactic for gaining the opposition in a king-versus-king standoff. Then turn to two common endgames: the Lucena Position and the Philidor Position. Mr. Silman offers several general rules for handling these situations. x
  • 21
    Chess Openings: The Right and Wrong Way
    Many people believe openings are the most important part of the game, but as you'll learn in this lesson, this belief is wrong on many levels. Here, you'll encounter a few simple strategies for developing your pieces and getting to the middle of the game. Learn Mr. Silman’s recommended opening repertoire so you can successfully get through the opening with minimum memorization. x
  • 22
    Chess Psychology and the Known Unknown
    Chess is riddled with psychological traps - particularly if you find yourself playing a superior opponent. Mr. Silman offers insight into several of these traps and helps you maintain your confidence, whether you're playing a peer on your level or one of the most sophisticated computers on the planet. x
  • 23
    The Chess Amateur's Mind
    See how amateur chess players tend to approach the game - giving away pieces and neglecting to defend against enemy attacks. By studying several common amateur mistakes, you'll strengthen your own chess skills and get into the mindset of thinking through your opponent's best reply to every move. x
  • 24
    Picking a Chess Hero
    As you've seen throughout the course, the chess greats all have a unique approach to the game and a sense of style. Round out the course by studying four final champions - José Raúl Capablanca, Vera Menchik, Bobby Fischer, and Hou Yifan - to analyze their style of play and begin thinking about your own favorite chess hero. x

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Jeremy Silman, International Chess Master
Jeremy Silman is an International Master and a world-class chess teacher, writer, and player who has won the U.S. Open (1981), the National Open (1990), and the American Open (1992). Considered by many to be the game’s preeminent instructive writer, Mr. Silman is the author or coauthor of 39 books, including How to Reassess Your Chess: Chess Mastery through Chess Imbalances (winner of the Guardian Chess Book of the...
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How to Play Chess: Lessons from an International Master is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 272.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The excitement of chess The professor has a deep knowledge of chess. It gets complex rather quickly, but he does keep reviewing things. It isn't for the absolute beginner.
Date published: 2020-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Next best to F2F Instruction Of the many ways to learn chess, the Great Courses' Jeremy Silman's course is the next best thing to being in the same room with him, during the COVID-19 pandemic isolation. Online one can read four great KindleUnlimited books from a computer programmer/chess aficionado for an initial entree, or even take a Master Class from Garry Kasparov. However, Mr. Silman is very personable and has just the right amount of expertise to motivate one to think that there may be hope, if one works hard (and if the creek don't rise).
Date published: 2020-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very understandable I knew only the basics of how to play chess and hadn’t played in decades. So far I’ve only seen the first four episodes of the 24. It proceeds at a pace and with the information that’s perfect for me, and everything is very clear. The graphics of the chess board with the moving of the pieces is very helpful. Hopefully I’ll continue to understand everything well as the lessons become more complicated.
Date published: 2020-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid quality It’s rare to find a product that mirrors the hype, but this one does. Professionally presented in a manner that any serious student of the game will refer to, time and time again.
Date published: 2020-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No one will ever kick sand in my face! Other kids used to beat me in two moves. What were they doing that I wasn't? This course is the answer. Instead of thinking the objective was to put the other's king in check as often as possible, this course teaches strategy. Strategy will make you a strong player. Strategy will open up the game for the real fun. What's the real fun? Learning how to think. What I have learned in this course I can carry over into other areas where depth of thought is needed such as in my writing. But the course applies to most atreas of life. So buy this course. It is the best college preparatory course I have ever seen.
Date published: 2020-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The class I've been searching for--forever! I'm an Intermediate player that knows how to play and has studied books and videos on and off for years. Recently, I purchased Kasparov's class from MasterClass and it cannot touch Silman's curriculum and teaching. Silman has a gift for explaining real insight into HOW good chess players think. He has already answered the big questions I've always had about calculations and patterns. I should have known because his endgame book is written so well--it is my favorite chess book. I am barely a third of the way through the class and I don't want it to end. I could not be more pleased with this class and it has really given me the expectation that I can play at the 1800 level. The 'chess club' set from which the lectures are performed is a really interesting and appropriate backdrop. Complete satisfaction!
Date published: 2020-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chesd Very informative for beginners and advanced player.
Date published: 2020-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Master Chess Everyone who loves chess will likely love this course. The first two lectures have the obligatory introduction to the basic gameplay and the general parameters of chess. Good for novices and a refresher to more experienced players. The next two lectures will move intermediate players right along into familiar territory, but after that everyone will realize the material is pushing boundaries that you really should have thought more deeply about or just never knew in the first place. This was, for me, a highly enjoyable course. It was well organized, interlaced with historical anecdotes that illustrated the subject at hand, and remained entertaining while being instructive. I learned a lot of chess history I'd never have bothered with before. I also found myself drawn along, compelled to watch just one more lecture. It really was a lot of fun to learn new things about chess and seemingly without great effort. Before I took this course I would have thought myself expert at chess. I'll have to admit that this course has shown me the error of my ways. But I now have new tools at hand and plan on becoming an emerging threat to old adversaries. I blame this sudden surge of hubris on the lecture on Short, Brutal Games. Possibly, the simple expository lectures on opposition, triangulation, and end-games will lead to an untimely death by embarrassment.
Date published: 2020-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Explanations Unlike other sources, these lessons give situations AND WHY there are advantages to specific situations. The insight into chess strategy is wonderful
Date published: 2020-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very complete. Started with a thorough explanation of chess rules at the hobbyist level. Explains tactics, game plans, attacks, defense and strategy. Stresses recognizing patterns not rote memorization of complex openings. V. Little on tournament play, use of chess clocks, etc. But you can pick up this info later after you've mastered these skills.
Date published: 2020-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great presentation True insight into the world of chess. I am not a novice and this is an outstanding refresher with outstanding detail and strategy. Shows HOW to play.
Date published: 2020-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Inspirational I've been playing chess off and on for over 50 years. This course inspired a new interest in the game for me as it presented the various aspects of the game from a general, birds eye view as well as some detailed strategy and moves for those who prefer that level of advanced analysis. It definitely improved my understanding of the game if not my skill level against my usual opponent, Gary Kasparov's Sensor computer chess game (1990's version).
Date published: 2020-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have read several of Silman's books. I think this course should be expanded to go into more depth with his system of imbalances in Chess.
Date published: 2020-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Solid Course This course is both entertaining and informative. My teenage son is a competitive player who takes lessons and studies the game and I am an untrained amateur. We both have learned from the course. It certainly has made us both a better player and my wife, who does not play also enjoys the videos.
Date published: 2020-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Courses Great Price! Excellent learning materials at a great price! Just want I wanted. Easy to get started with the materials and the combination of activities, delivery modes(video, audio and text) improves the learning experience for all types of learners.
Date published: 2020-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good presentatioin My wife and I needed a refresher course. This will be fine
Date published: 2020-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've watched 12 episodes with my 10 yr old son who l9ves chess. We have both learned from these lessoms. I don't hold back while playing him and we are probably 50/50. We both look forward to the next lessons. There's a few things I'd like to see and hopefully they will be covered in future lessons. So far we are enjoying them together.
Date published: 2020-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent course Course material came with in 10 days in perfect packing condition. It was recommended by my son's chess coach. Seems it is very worth of $35 .
Date published: 2020-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lessons are well organized. The Chess Master’s presentations are concise and easy to follow.
Date published: 2020-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chess Magister Ludi, and at making chess fun The Guidebook Introduction and Chapters 1 to 3 are a "World of Chess" primer, that I strongly recommend not to skip. The Guidebook has puzzles that frequently differ from the presentation, and serve to enhance the lessons. This is definitely not a sugar candy binge watch. I played many chapters more than once, via a "watch, then read Guidebook, watch" cycle. Chapters 4 through 15 should be viewed before 16, which shows how to sum up "imbalances" and employ by strategic plan all the previous possible tactics. I found Silman "imbalance" table a great way to think about what to do next. The "imbalance" strategy checklist method seemed like reading the mind of a chess master. Chapters 17 and beyond are "endgame" and "psychology", and encouragement. Note that the Guidebook "Scope" beginning section has an impressive description of the material sequence, and can direct viewing skip- arounds. I expected to get a named lists of openings, and closing tactics. Major openings are given named coverage ongoing, as are mating moves; but I learned that such lists are way numerous, may detract from strategy, and are saved for the Author's terrific website, which is specified in the TGC on-line Resources. The Resources are exemplary, and deserve desktop bookmark status. But the master states that just memorizing moves is not the true way, and demonstrates this. I have enjoyed chess on and off for many decades. I remember in high school, being able to win against an older cousin in college (who was taking a course in playing chess). But perhaps my favorite chess atmosphere up to now was as a grad student in Cambridge, MA, on Friday evenings at "Plough and Stars". Games would start up on wooden boards that were various kinds of wet, and games would become spirited (pun intended) because vocal impromptu hyper-competitive teams would form. Such faded glory, however, pales in comparison to playing my 7 year old grandson, who can win; the horror! The author describes formative years at Balboa Park, and because I have kin in San Diego, I also intend to visit the Chess Club again. I warn all readers to beware, I may bring my grandson with me, and he may have studied this material, because chess is fun!
Date published: 2020-01-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Part of order missing Shipment had no dvd but instead had 6 bottles of grape juice. How nuts is that?
Date published: 2020-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent instructor I originally bought this for my son, who is eleven and loves chess; he has been playing it since he was seven years old. I've been drawn in to the lessons as he watches them, and am extremely impressed. He loves this course, and I agree that it is excellent. Mr. Silman is clear in his explanations, deals with the game as well as some of the great players and their games, and clearly loves teaching.
Date published: 2020-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Welcome Gift I purchased this course as a gift. It was enthusiastically received.
Date published: 2019-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I just started this class the first 2 lectures were very intresting but so far I have not learned very much about becoming a better chess player
Date published: 2019-12-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The course is excellent. I ordered a DVD and it took forever to get it. But once I did, it is great.
Date published: 2019-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How to Play Chess Have really been enjoying the course. Jeremy Silman gives very clear and easy to understand instruction and examples.
Date published: 2019-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from chess course is excellent chess course is very well done- combination of interesting history and biographical information on chess and stars of chess with teaching moves and strategy to improve your level of play
Date published: 2019-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent step by step review the quality of each My performance has considerably improved due to the step by step analysis of each piece.
Date published: 2019-10-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good course. I was fascinated with chess since childhood. Having attained a chess club level at age of 17, I decided to focus my further efforts on math, as a more "practical" career. My love of chess never died, though. Now, retired, I decided to pick up chess again. What I knew then was refreshed quickly, and more material expanded my horizons. I enjoyed the course thoroughly. I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2019-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Enjoyable and thoroug Instruction! At 71 years of age, I learned to play chess from my late father when I was 11 years old. When I turned 13, I took my $10 birthday present money I walked several miles to a local convenience store and purchased a Renaissance chess set. I enjoyed playing chess using this set versus my local neighborhood friends during my teenage years. I purchased this course to learn how a master instructs middle and end game strategy. While I haven't yet watched all the lectures, what I have seen thus far was for me instructive, persuasive and entertaining. If you are new to chess, this course is a great place to reinforce and compliment your game. If you are not new and, like me, haven't played in a while this course will reinforce and, if necessary, add to your chess acumen. Therefore, I recommend this course any beginning or intermediate player.
Date published: 2019-10-04
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