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heyyy tim is the best am glad he got the membership
Please play all the right moves in the wrong order
Please play Jalalabad Sicilian
How come the opponents I face never blunder
You should add a category to your wins, losses, etc. list called Shanks. 😂 He’s already become a thing in our house. For instance, when any of us low elo people make a surprisingly good move, we “Shanks it” or “Pulled a Shanks.” 😂
(For anyone who doesn’t get it, it’s a reference to a surprisingly good 800 from a video or two ago.)
I always arrive late. I want to see double fianchetto opening
Modern scandi, and blackmar deimer gambit is what i play. I basically try the plat the blackmar deimer gambit as black, giving up a couple pawns for better position, sacrifices depending on what they play, and basically attack from first move and take them out of their openin knowledge in a few moves, 1200 and climbing, 57 percent win percentage, 2450 in puzzles, 42 in survival, openings make for a fun game…and rarely go to end game, somebody is getting mated or resigning, lol. Also love the hippo n the oppsite spectrum! Did new acccount using nothin but hippo for hundreds of games, white and black, and had over 55 plus percent win rate, super solid, and can attack, great opening!
The Lopez Gambit its like the botez Gambit but you sac the rook
Maybe at 1000 you can still have the wheel but for playing actual openings. That's what I thought the wheel was for originally, so I kinda want to see that.
The wheel disappeared
The stream ended at the last second I joined wow
All hail the legend of Burak
I love the way you just completely demantle these guys so casually.
please make a sound of notifications a little bit lower, they are a bit distracting for me
0:01: 🎮 The YouTuber is playing a game and aiming to reach a specific score while entertaining and teaching viewers.6:43: ♟️ The player discusses their moves and strategies during a chess game, ultimately achieving checkmate.15:01: 👑 The video discusses a chess gambit where White sacrifices two pieces to win Black's queen and gain a positional advantage.23:29: ⚔️ The player discusses their moves and strategy during a chess game, but makes a mistake and realizes they have less time than expected.32:52: 📚 The video discusses the Caro-Kann opening and potential strategies for black.40:19: 🏆 White gains a tempo and takes control of the center, creating weaknesses in Black's position.47:59: 📚 The video discusses the importance of keeping pins on the board and the tactical opportunities they provide.56:44: 🏰 The speaker discusses the strategy of the Hippo opening and how it can be used to gain space and create opportunities.1:04:32: 🔍 The video discusses a chess game where the queen gets trapped, causing a blunder.1:11:34: 📚 The video discusses a chess move that could lead to checkmate, but the king manages to escape.1:19:10: ✅ The video is about a chess game where the player strategically positions their queen to attack multiple pieces.1:25:52: ✅ The player discusses their moves and strategy in a chess game against an opponent at the 8 to 900 level.1:32:31: 🏆 The speaker discusses a weakness in a chess move and plans to modify it in order to shut down the opponent's diagonal.Recap by Tammy AI
1:03:26 you should have played NxC4 bishop is a free piece
Remember to warm up before working out!! It was surprising to me how much that makes a diff when you're older.And you might like sitting on an exercise ball vs a chair. You bounce, you balance, you move all the time.
An important point of ICBM is that if your opponent has pushed the e-pawn, then immediately retreat the queen after capturing the queen. Otherwise, Bb4+/Bb5+ will be a check with a discovered attack on the queen
I hope most people can see most of these are bad openings when a master has to think against 800s (much closer to me)
Hello, could you do the ICBM Gambit? cuz it's Intercontinental lol
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