Chess Pro Answers More Questions From Twitter (ft. GothamChess) | Tech Support | WIRED

Levy Rozman returns to answer more of the internet’s burning questions about the game of chess. What does he make of the Carlsen vs. Neimann controversy? What’s the greatest chess move of all time? How are chess bots able to analyze an entire game? Levy answers all these questions and much more!

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Director: Lisandro Perez-Rey
Director of Photography: Francis Bernal
Editor: Louville Moore
Talent: Levy Rozman
Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi
Associate Producer: Paul Gulyas; Brandon White
Production Manager: D. Eric Martinez
Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila
Camera Operator: Brittany Berger
Gaffer: Mar Alfonso
Sound Mixer: Michael Guggino
Production Assistant: Albie Smith
Post Production Supervisor: Alexa Deutsch
Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant
Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen
Additional Editor: Paul Tael
Assistant Editor: Billy Ward

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  1. Chess boxing doesn’t sound right to me. By that description, Mike Tyson could’ve learnt the first few moves of the English opening and then be 4000 elo no problem

  2. I don't like resigning. Especially if there's not much time on the clock. To be fair, there have been times when I probably SHOULD have resigned because the level I was playing at and the position I'd ended up with… Yeah, I wasn't going to win or draw. If I DO resign, I tend to offer a handshake and say well played.

  3. I like how every single chess video is
    "Hello, I'm FIDE/National/International/Grandmaster, so, Hans Niemann-"


  4. Pardon me for saying it but you look very much like Daniel Radcliffe

  5. intersting video im trying to get to 1000 and i have your book @Gothamchess

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