I’m glad to report that my YouTube channel “ChessQueen” passed a million views yesterday.
Thanks for watching my videos, for giving “thumbs up” if you like them, for writing nice comments both to the videos and to my channel, I sincerely appreciate it.
I will do my best to post many new chess videos, I actually have several in the pipeline so subscribe to my YouTube Channel and you will be notified of new videos.
Below are some highlights of my channel:
The most-recent video (direct link) I posted last night, of a 3-minute blitz without increment against IM Yge Visser from the Chess-Darts World Championship in Amsterdam 2005:
My slowest “Slow-Motion” chess video, against Wang Hao in Biel this summer (8,000+ views):
The video where you can see me beat the classical world champion Vishy Anand (49,000+ views):
The video that shows how I became the 12th women’s world chess champion (90,000+ views):
The video that shows how I became Chess960 (Ficher Random Chess) world champion (8,000+ views):
The video of how I promoted chess in Colombia (South America), invited by Tarrito Rojo (7,000+ views):
The video with most views (170,000+) when I beat world’s rated #1 Magnus Carlsen:
The video with a very nice ending where I beat Judit Polgar at the world blitz chess championship (42,000+ views):
The video of the chess match with Deysi Cori played at the Machu Picchu (9,000+ views):
The video where I outplayed top world player Levon Aronian (15,000+ views):
The video where I checkmated top GM Alexander Grischuk and surprised him greatly (15,000+ views):
And many more on my YouTube channel “ChessQueen”. Please subscribe, write comments to my videos, and give me “thumbs up” if you like my videos and want me to post more!
Posted by Chess Queen™ Alexandra Kosteniuk
12th women’s world chess champion
(you can send me an email, see the address on my card below)