What Hans Niemann Interviews Are Like #chess #shorts

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  1. Oh, My God!!! People are so gullible,
    bruh! it wasn't even proven that he cheated and here everyone is so keen on accusing him that he sure did.

  2. Anyone who defends Hans baffles me. His behavior is blatantly that of a cheater. Anyone with that childlike ego we have seen through his whole career would be eager to flaunt his prowess. But instead he flees an opportunity to display his genius. He has cheated before and he's cheating now. Any single aspect of the situation might be able to be dismissed, but the sum total of the factors leads to extreme suspicion. How can you seriously defend him. How can you say "there's no proof" when he may as well be writing "cheater" on his forehead on camera.

  3. It’s kinda hard to explain a game you cheated in. That’s why he gave 0 explanation

  4. Recently in the Baku Open 5/3-5/13 of this year 2023 (classical tournament), Hans was the highest rated player in a field of 122 players at a fide of 2708. He finished in 54th place with a performance rating of 2545.

    The results speak for themselves.

  5. I also know why he did that… because he can't explain s**t.

  6. The guy is a grandmaster and one of the top 100 players in the world, even top 50 and top 30. Now he might be rude and doesn't want to entertain people by reciting the game but doing analysis at the level of 1800s can do is not something he can't do. He just doesn't want to do it. Any chess move, if "cheated" shall give a favorable positioning, and it's easy to see why. So to say he doesn't know how to analyze engine move , if his moves are engine move is ignorant.

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