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    Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about the game of chess. Why do chess players point at pieces with their middle finger? Why does the knight move the way it does? What's the more valuable piece, the knight or the bishop? Garry answers all these questions and more!
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ChessNetwork +20053
ChessNetwork

This was a good watch. They started out with a good first question. 😄

Hace 4 años
TheJimiles
TheJimiles

He's holding a piece with his index finger in the clip shown, so his middle is next available digit for pointing. Most videos of people explaining chess moves to someone else across a board are picking up and re-placing the pieces to talk about various lines. This is my theory at least.

Hace 8 meses
DƯƠNG NGỌC LÂN
DƯƠNG NGỌC LÂN

Sus

Hace 8 meses
Mario Oliveira
Mario Oliveira

😂😂😂😂😂

Hace 9 meses
JaGuaR +17377
JaGuaR

The guy asked one of the most legendary figure in chess history "why does the horsy move so crazy?" LOL

Hace un año
ItsLarry7744 +1
ItsLarry7744

You can tell which commenters know how chess works, and which have no idea how this game works XD

Hace 9 días
GGiak 770 +1
GGiak 770

absolute legend

Hace 17 días
J. Vonhögen +1
J. Vonhögen

@Felipe Gomes- So, you are saying that this guy, who is still learning chess, won't succeed in chess or life in general, just because he asked GK a honest question about the knight? Well, at least he is still learning and not wasting his time online trolling and trashing people by calling them 'clowns', like you are doing. Maybe you are just projecting here, and you did not understand the knight's movements either. Maybe you never won any chess game in your life, because you were too afraid to ask about "the horsey one" on the chess board.

Hace 22 días
Phub Bing +1
Phub Bing

its not a hotse! its called a knight??😎😎😎

Hace un mes
Terra Lopez +1
Terra Lopez

I know, it made me laugh out loud.

Hace un mes
samynator0904 +2940
samynator0904

Last dude literally asked Garry Kasparov “why horsey goes brrr “ and he actually responded omg lmao

Hace un año
Manleyacc Manley
Manleyacc Manley

​@Tobiasz Budzyński i just thinks it can L pieces, meaning a piece in the knight's range will take an L (lose)

Hace 5 días
Tobiasz Budzyński
Tobiasz Budzyński

2 < (Horsey attack range) < 3 squares

Hace 11 días
Tobiasz Budzyński +1
Tobiasz Budzyński

Think that horsey can move to any point of the circle around. (Then approximate a circle in a discrete chess board 8×8) Circles are similar to lines in projective geometry.

Hace 11 días
Omkar Gurme
Omkar Gurme

Hahhahahah

Hace 17 días
Skafu +2
Skafu

Same energy with "How does the knight move?"

Hace 27 días
vim_usr +8241
vim_usr

Everytime he said, "weak player" a part of me just hurt.

Hace un año
singerist
singerist

@DJGamingfps is my 1960 rating good or bad?

Hace un día
Yombo
Yombo

@7Andy77 Because you never played with him? Lol

Hace 15 días
Chhaganaram Mali +1
Chhaganaram Mali

emacs is way superior than vim :wq

Hace un mes
7Andy77 +1
7Andy77

Totally. But on the other hand I've never lost a single game with Kasparov

Hace un mes
Brad Peirson +2268
Brad Peirson

"Would you castle long or short?" "When a player castles long you know they woke up that morning and they chose violence." - IM Levy Rozman

Hace un año
nazvv
nazvv

damm XD

Hace un mes
Jacob Romero +1
Jacob Romero

Gm*

Hace 2 meses
July Magnus
July Magnus

@Ryuk Youtubes He's a chess Youtuber. You can find him at Gotham Chess or Gotham City here. He's great at Chess and very funny.

Hace 2 meses
L K
L K

Now a GM

Hace 4 meses
Ryuk Youtubes
Ryuk Youtubes

Who dat?

Hace 4 meses
Eduardo Tolmasquim +7315
Eduardo Tolmasquim

"Depends if you are a strong or weak player". Weak player for Kasparov: everybody

Hace un año
Rosa Lind
Rosa Lind

@Peg May it is, yes.

Hace un mes
Mohammed Ali
Mohammed Ali

@Rob Fab He was the best in the world

Hace 2 meses
Peg May
Peg May

Isn’t this the guy that lost to Deep Blue?

Hace 2 meses
Dark Flames
Dark Flames

*magnus Carlsen has entered the room*

Hace 5 meses
Jay Torr +475
Jay Torr

So it took 60 years of computing power progress to confirm Fisher's evaluation of bishops.... The man was an utter genius

Hace 8 meses
Pokarface7 +1
Pokarface7

@Bon coder Z Bobby Fischer lost his mind and has several interviews where the things he says are strange. Reminiscent of a schizophrenic or paranoid person

Hace 10 días
vinesthemonkey
vinesthemonkey

💀

Hace 11 días
K P +1
K P

@incognito fischer was born a jew

Hace 18 días
M Mc +2
M Mc

@incognito He was a Jew.

Hace 18 días
M Mc
M Mc

@endoPlasmicular And was Jewish

Hace 18 días
Chad +3339
Chad

"players at that level don't play wild" *Hikaru and Magnus playing the bongcloud quietly in the corner*

Hace un año
Dhrubajyoti Barik
Dhrubajyoti Barik

Not in serious tournaments

Hace 2 meses
G M
G M

I think I saw Gary in a video say. "What is Bongcloud? I must learn this."

Hace 2 meses
Space and Time
Space and Time

@Tri Hermawan Ahahahah good joke

Hace 3 meses
Decamix +1
Decamix

also hikaru and magnus: having trained under kasparov

Hace 3 meses
medexamtoolsdotcom +1
medexamtoolsdotcom

Not when they're playing against Kasparov they're not, they only do that when arrogantly showing off against lower rated people.

Hace 3 meses
Sangeeth2011 K +947
Sangeeth2011 K

When he says "weak players", Vishy Anand and I fall under the same group of chess players which is exciting.

Hace un año
G M +4
G M

@Account Anand wasn't at his peak (was still number 4 in the world when they had their match) when Kasparov and he played most of their games. Gary retired and Anand peaked. Gary was at his peak for the first half of Anands career. These things happen. Gary has a great record against many GMs who played in the 90s. Fischer for example has a bad record against Geller. Just worked out that way.

Hace 2 meses
STXFDT +10
STXFDT

@Arkos 11 16 draws 4 wins...Anand himself was 5 times GM....

Hace un año
Arkos 11 +4
Arkos 11

@KARTIKEYA007 probably does imho, he has a score of 16-4 against Anand

Hace un año
darth_sidius +28
darth_sidius

@João Victor Silvério i guess main reason behind it is Redditers have stopped using this. But some school kids are still obsessed with it

Hace un año
João Victor Silvério +126
João Victor Silvério

I swear the woooosh subreddit made internet's comment sessions much more annoying than they were before

Hace un año
KHEIREDDINE ATTALA +3779
KHEIREDDINE ATTALA

Most people : asking important questions to improve their chess That one guy : why the hoesey moves weired?

Hace un año
Tarang Sur Chaudhury
Tarang Sur Chaudhury

Everyone is fighting and no one really answered - the knight can attack a queen without being attacked by the queen, something a rook or bishop cannot.

Hace 28 días
Nerdomatic248
Nerdomatic248

@pk11 But why the horsey move crazy unlike castle head?

Hace un mes
Livia Tonolli
Livia Tonolli

@pk11 I understand what you think, but sincerly i don't think that the guy wanted to disrepect Kasparov, and he didn't look very bothered too. I believe it was just a joke :)

Hace un mes
pk11
pk11

@Moose Are there some rules? I didn't know that. What do you mean?

Hace un mes
Moose
Moose

@pk11 Why are you talking so formally for a YouTube comment?

Hace un mes
Da Barrel +732
Da Barrel

Kasparov: “Don’t expect any players to play any wild openings in serious games.” 1 year later: The Bongcloud is used by Hikaru and Magnus in Super GM tournaments

Hace un año
had0j
had0j

i think they did that because that round's results dont matter at all

Hace un mes
Space and Time
Space and Time

@Ankit Dubey what

Hace 3 meses
medexamtoolsdotcom +1
medexamtoolsdotcom

Though the first one to do that was Bobby Fischer in the online games against Short.

Hace 3 meses
Haziq Zaki +7
Haziq Zaki

Bongcloud > kings gambit confirm?

Hace 7 meses
Ankit Dubey +2
Ankit Dubey

to defeat alireza lol! i think he will never forget it

Hace 11 meses
Thesnakerox +129
Thesnakerox

I have a theory as to why chess players point with their middle fingers: When moving pieces, it's only natural that they grab them with their thumb and index finger, so they point with their middle finger in case they need the other two fingers for holding a piece while pointing.

Hace 3 meses
John Walker
John Walker

Same. I figured that the thumb and index finger pick up the piece by the head, while the middle finger points outward, indicating which direction that picked up piece will be moved before it is set back down on the board.

Hace un mes
lazyatthedisco +6
lazyatthedisco

Chess amateur here who has dabbled in tough classical and blitz tournaments: We use the middle finger unconsciously because it's the longest one, so when pointing at a piece we don't accidentally make other pieces fall with our hand. Though sometimes you do make it consciously when you hate your opponent's guts lol

Hace 2 meses
00bean00 +1
00bean00

It's also the pointing standard in former USSR

Hace 2 meses
Just A Man of Culture +4
Just A Man of Culture

Nice

Hace 2 meses
Adham Hisham +6
Adham Hisham

that's really smart! it makes sense

Hace 3 meses
Palle Kuling +107
Palle Kuling

“Tactics is knowing what to do when there is something to do. Strategy is knowing what to do when there is nothing to do.” (Garry Kasparov)

Hace un año
Jack Salamanca +12668
Jack Salamanca

A rule when Playing Kasparov. The earlier you resign, the smarter you will look.

Hace 2 años
witherblaze
witherblaze

The best strategy is to not play.

Hace 21 un día
Cxltcn
Cxltcn

@K Pradheep beat him then lmao

Hace un mes
Austin Goyne
Austin Goyne

1.e4 black resigns 😂

Hace un mes
Pramey Tripathi
Pramey Tripathi

🤣

Hace un mes
LJW1912
LJW1912

1...e4 *resigns*

Hace un mes
Threes Twos +797
Threes Twos

Kasparov: dont expect strong players to play weird openings Hikaru: chat should I bongcloud for content

Hace un año
Luap314 or 314leafcutterant
Luap314 or 314leafcutterant

@Mn M but still a top player and close to their skill

Hace 4 meses
Yves Nerona
Yves Nerona

@Mn M He's Decent! lol

Hace 7 meses
Michael H +98
Michael H

"Bishop or Knight?" Garry: "Depends on if you're religious or not." LMAO! The best part? His deadpan delivery. This is just one of the many reasons why Garry K is one of the all-time greats.

Hace 11 meses
Sean Cutler +58
Sean Cutler

I like how Kasparov seems welcoming to all skill levels of chess. Some players seem to be dismissive of new or learning players, so it's cool to see a guy who was No.1 for like 20 years be so chill about the game, I guess.

Hace un año
Cameron Marnoch +178
Cameron Marnoch

3:43 Three years ago people said Carlsen wasn't playing wild openings. Today Carlsen is one of the world's greatest Bongcloud theorists

Hace un año
Aden Yuan
Aden Yuan

He said in tournament

Hace un mes
Aarush Vinod +6400
Aarush Vinod

Kasparov: You need to move the queen when it is attacked Tal: NO

Hace 2 años
Firash Adryan
Firash Adryan

I’m pretty new into chess, and I’ve been doing some reading and observation on Tal’s style of play. This comment tells a lot about him, but most importantly, I laughed harder than I should have. Good one mate.

Hace 4 días
Elia Meyer
Elia Meyer

Haha, nice one Top comment if it were up to me xD

Hace un mes
Jay
Jay

🤣🤣🤣🤣

Hace 2 meses
Mihael
Mihael

Best comment

Hace 3 meses
Karma
Karma

Or look for an stronger counter attack 😄

Hace 3 meses
JohnnyOttosson85 +38
JohnnyOttosson85

I think I know the first answer. Most chess players hold pieces with thumb and index finger which means the middle finger is the strongest free finger. Simple muscle memory kicks in when the player does not hold any piece.

Hace un año
Kuzey A. Alkın +83
Kuzey A. Alkın

“It depends very much on what you mean saying ‘strong player’ because we can disagree on the definition.” -Garry Kasparov, World Chess Champion

Hace un año
Ruben Febrian +107
Ruben Febrian

Alternative title : Garry Chess, the creator of chess explain why he never updated chess.

Hace un año
Caleb +253
Caleb

“Top professional player will not play these wild openings in their tournaments” 2.Ke2

Hace un año
Nadir Ağa +2
Nadir Ağa

Online events (currently) do not affect FIDE ratings, so when the players are in a position to have a fun (for example, Hikaru played 2.Ke2 when he secured 2nd place) or mutually agree to make a funny draw, they can play those wild openings. If online games affected the FIDE ratings, it would be some other story. And you can be sure, no one at top level would play 2.Ke2 in a top classic chess tournament

Hace un año
Saroj Rawat +10
Saroj Rawat

@Nadir Ağa Hikaru played 2.ke2 in St. Louis tournament which is one of the biggest tournament in chess

Hace un año
Nadir Ağa
Nadir Ağa

*top tournaments. Online rapid/blitz events are something different

Hace un año
Sohom Chandra Chandra +8
Sohom Chandra Chandra

The horse move like that because earlier in Indian armies cavalries were used to jump over the walls....you know step back take a long jump and quickly move sideways to prevent tripping...the horse in chess mimicks this pattern only. Similarly Elephant(in west known as Bishop) just tramples over the enemy but due to limited/restrained vision it moves in one direction only.

Hace 2 meses
Are_Jay +76
Are_Jay

Kasparov: for weak players, avoid bringing the queen into battle too early… Nelson: haha queen go brrrr.

Hace un año
Nicolas Gonzalez
Nicolas Gonzalez

@Zaid Mehmood This, after trading queens I was surprised about how easy he is to defeat

Hace un mes
Zaid Mehmood
Zaid Mehmood

@The SuperSisters if you get his queen he is the most easiest one to defeat

Hace 2 meses
Selbi Orayeva
Selbi Orayeva

@The SuperSisters yeaaaaah, me tooooo

Hace 4 meses
The SuperSisters +8
The SuperSisters

I hate that bot

Hace 8 meses
Nate Wright +8
Nate Wright

I always valued Knight over Bishop, solely because Knight is the only piece that can safely threaten a Queen directly. Also because horsey go bounce.

Hace un año
Day Dreamer +667
Day Dreamer

just finished watching the queens gambit on netflix, now I'm here, no I don't know anything about chess

Hace un año
Sérgio R.
Sérgio R.

@Born again Hexican Incorrect... It is Magnus Carlsen or maybe Kasparov

Hace 7 días
peace was never an option
peace was never an option

@Z why are u insulting kasparov lol

Hace un año
peace was never an option
peace was never an option

@Z ????

Hace un año
Павло
Павло

@Carl_Anderson Borgov is rather a collective image of the Soviet champion. The novel was published in 1983, and then Kasparov was just a young perspective grandmaster.

Hace un año
wholesome hoor pari +4367
wholesome hoor pari

This guy knows chess well he should try for GM title.

Hace un año
Meme Hierarchy
Meme Hierarchy

@Pushkar Deshmukh I thought he was being sarcastic in his first comment since he didn't mention kasparov being wc lol

Hace 13 días
MASTER BLASTER
MASTER BLASTER

@My name when your sarcasm is so strong that you feel like drunk

Hace 16 días
דן רבקין
דן רבקין

@My name you know he was joking right?

Hace un mes
Aliq Zakry +1
Aliq Zakry

I hear he couldn't even beat a bot. I think GM is a bit too much for him.

Hace un mes
up is down
up is down

@UnspeakablyAwesomeBros he literally was, he even used an emoji and typed like a twitter user, just because something isnt blatantly screaming satire doesnt mean it cant be a joke

Hace un mes
Bajirao Singham +7
Bajirao Singham

Knight may be slightly weaker piece overall on average but it's a wild piece and can be a Priceless Monster in certain cases.

Hace un año
Ghiaccio
Ghiaccio

Knights are stronger than queens below 400 elo because nobody at that level will ever defend against a knight fork

Hace 8 meses
kingscrusher +1
kingscrusher

Great stuff - very insightful :)

Hace 23 días
Isaac Kelley +11
Isaac Kelley

The bishop may win more games, but the bishop’s moves can also be performed by the queen. I prefer the knight if both queens are still on the board, and the bishop if the queens have been traded.

Hace un año
thomas aquinas +4
thomas aquinas

In my experience, the straight trade of piece for piece is very important when playing a computer. The computer is much more able to encompass a limitless number of pieces' interplay, whereas humans can only really consider a set piece with a handful of pieces. The fewer pieces when playing the computer, the better. This has been the case against all programs, for me...

Hace un año
Zack S +18259
Zack S

This guy seems like he knows a lot about chess

Hace 2 años
seife41
seife41

@Moyu I hope he isn't he is a genius

Hace 6 meses
uncannyegy sdeistic
uncannyegy sdeistic

@Woosh Bait r/whoosh boomer

Hace 7 meses
Myosotis
Myosotis

@Woosh Bait "haha i pretended to be a moron but I'm not actually a moron, don't you feel like an idiot now for falling for it?"

Hace 7 meses
Ana M. Sierra +228
Ana M. Sierra

Watched Queen's Gambit and now I've fallen into a chess rabbit hole...

Hace un año
Not telling ya +2
Not telling ya

@Stig lol true but still...

Hace un año
Stig +8
Stig

@Not telling ya I'm talking to someone who isn't a chess fan though. Also is the YouTube comment section really the place to expect much formality. 😂

Hace un año
Not telling ya +8
Not telling ya

@Stig alright Karen chill out, I already told you I mean no offense. It comes off as ignorant/disrespectful if you call someone whose name is in the thumbnail and every chess fan knows "this guy" but whatever makes you happy.

Hace un año
Stig +24
Stig

@Not telling ya yes when talking to someone who is new and unfamiliar with chess. Yes. Do you have any other pretentious comments to make while you're on your high horse?

Hace un año
Chree +7
Chree

The answer to the first question is the natural hand formation when going to move a piece sees the middle finger pointed towards the board, the thumb facing outward, and the pointer pointing forward. They point to squares using this same hand formation as they're often moving pieces in tandem with pointing at squares simulating hypothetical situations. Middle finger is just naturally in the best position.

Hace un año
Rasen +64
Rasen

Kasparov: Don't bring out your queen too early if you're a weak player. Me, a 1200: scandinavian go brrr

Hace un año
Kaveel Singh +7
Kaveel Singh

What a legend and great man. Influenced so many young chess players. Thank you!

Hace un año
River +125
River

"They don't play wild openings in serious games" Hikaru: Plays Bongcloud in serious tournament.

Hace un año
River +7
River

@Gabrielle Trinidad He did tho, letterally against Magnus. It was a tournament game but the ranks wouldn't change much based on the result.

Hace un año
Gabrielle Trinidad
Gabrielle Trinidad

He plays with noobs wdym. He would never do that opening against anand or carlsen for that matter...

Hace un año
Just Your Typical Gamer +2
Just Your Typical Gamer

tbh the game was dead rubber there was no point of playing it very historical game, however they made a serious blunder: they didnt play koth with the kings

Hace un año
FourthTundra683 +4
FourthTundra683

Garry Kasparov is the only person who can call me a weak player and I won't get mad.

Hace 4 meses
Trueno AE86 +8
Trueno AE86

I like how he's really humble and enjoys explaining to everyone instead of acting snobby

Hace un año
Henrique Oliveira +3
Henrique Oliveira

Well edited video, good questions, excellent responses. This guys in incredible in every sense of chess.

Hace 5 meses
Sandro Martens +7
Sandro Martens

"How much should we read into an AIs ability to play chess?" "Just because the 3600 rated Cyborg thinks its a good position 25 moves into the future doesnt mean its a good move for you" - Levy Rozman

Hace 3 meses
onlyrocknroll12 +3
onlyrocknroll12

I love this. Watching Kasparov answering some of these questions is like watching Mozart answering questions about playing chopsticks.

Hace 2 meses
Andrew Boundy +4
Andrew Boundy

A gentleman and a champion. Would that we all aspire to such things.

Hace un año
Entropy wins +1
Entropy wins

Mr. Kasparov is a legend, a genius and a gentleman. Thank you for answering these great questions.

Hace un año
Chillagma +3717
Chillagma

middle finger is to make your opponent angry so he plays bad moves.

Hace 4 años
G M
G M

Only way to play the Bird opening.

Hace 2 meses
KataKuRI 83
KataKuRI 83

LOL

Hace 8 meses
teuku farhan
teuku farhan

Accidental trash talk

Hace un año
sapphire
sapphire

HAHAHHhhHHhhhhHHHahahhahhahhh gg It's 12 am and then I read this comment 😭😭😭😭 i can't stop laughing xndkskskksllss

Hace un año
Januar Gumelar
Januar Gumelar

🤣🤣🤣

Hace 2 años
Sid +7
Sid

I personally feel the knight is stronger all though it is limited to its range it can shuffle across the board easily while the bishop is stuck in one color of the board in most endgames the bishop might be useless since majority of the pieces are most likely to be in the opposite color

Hace un año
Morning Star
Morning Star

If million of AI battles decided/concluded that bishop is the overall stronger piece, than you can bet it is. I wouldnt argue against a machine that played virtually more games than our galaxy has stars. Of course a knight can be better in other situations. Sometimes a knight is even better than a rook or can be better than a queen. That doesent say much for the overall strenght of the piece though.

Hace un mes
Eliseo Palit-ang
Eliseo Palit-ang

@3e1est In some endgames the bishop is weaker as it cannot attack certain key squares.

Hace 3 meses
3e1est +2
3e1est

Obviously, it really does depend on the position to say whether which piece is stronger, but in an open board endgame the bishop is stronger, it controls both sides of the board while the knight has to keep hopping around to do something.

Hace 6 meses
Alex Edwards +4
Alex Edwards

I can’t believe they got Garry Chess, the inventor of chess, to appear on one of these. Truly amazing to be alive at the same time as this legend

Hace un año
Dazdrasen Konstantin +3
Dazdrasen Konstantin

Thank you Garry Chess for inventing chess! Your game won the hearts of many.

Hace un año
Peter Smythe
Peter Smythe

Bishop/knights relative value depends on how you play. Conventional engines will not get the same value of a Knight/Bishop that neural network engines will, and both will be different than human players of varying skill levels. I think conventional engines can often struggle at positional play compared with humans and neural network engines so maybe they end up having knights in the wrong part of the board when they're needed? I think Humans and NNs can probably get more use out of a Knight than a conventional engine can but that's just a guess.

Hace un año
TAILBONE TAILBONE +17567
TAILBONE TAILBONE

Seems like most Russians agree that "safety is number one priority"!

Hace 4 años
Alejandro Lopresti
Alejandro Lopresti

Just like my ex

Hace 6 días
Manideep
Manideep

😂😂😂

Hace 5 meses
Xanii’s nerf gun
Xanii’s nerf gun

THIS IS SO GENIUS , YOU ARE SO SMART MAN

Hace 7 meses
Sheepy15
Sheepy15

Taras is such a legend

Hace un año
Ryddex +6
Ryddex

in my opinion, the knight is a jack of all trades but a master of none. it can be used to attack pretty much any piece (besides another knight) without putting itself in danger, but its slow and easy to evade

Hace 11 meses
Alexey Ovriakh
Alexey Ovriakh

Fun fact: In Russian, a Knight is actually called a Horse! So Kasparov is more than used to saying "horsey" lol. By the way, a Bishop is called an Elephant in Russian.

Hace 3 días
Vincent Cantoria +1
Vincent Cantoria

0:09 I think its because lifting pieces requires the 3 fingers. Usually the middle, index, and thumb in which the middle usually the most important, and the first thing you do is the move your middle and then the index and the thumb.

Hace un año
Bren +1
Bren

I admire him so much, what a wonderful person 🥺

Hace 8 meses
Aleph Null +6384
Aleph Null

3.15 for a bishop? At this point you may as well say a bishop is worth π pawns for a laugh.

Hace 4 años
VDX
VDX

Closer to 3.14.

Hace un mes
Space and Time
Space and Time

Actually, computer chess engines do value bishops as much as roox many times. ....

Hace 3 meses
AlwaysOn Forever
AlwaysOn Forever

How could I didn't see that coming

Hace 3 meses
P G
P G

is that a music note?

Hace 6 meses
Michael VM +1
Michael VM

After watching this video I can say that Kasparov is also a GM in charisma and personality.

Hace 6 meses
Undercommon
Undercommon

The value of the various chess pieces change depending on which stage/phase of the game you're in. It depends on the board. On the relation to the environment just like any thing. Think value in motion.

Hace un año
Poly Hexamethyl
Poly Hexamethyl

Kasparov is such a nice guy, humouring all these people and trying to be encouraging to everyone.

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BanDavid +5
BanDavid

Love how he added bankers gambit as it is known in the “free world”

Hace 7 meses
𝑨𝒈𝒏𝒆𝒔 +13894
𝑨𝒈𝒏𝒆𝒔

"Bishop or knight?" "Depends if you're religious or not" *I'M-*

Hace 2 años
Cricfizzer
Cricfizzer

@Gui lherme joe mama

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skyi nuri
skyi nuri

Dark intj😂

Hace 8 meses
Slight Smile
Slight Smile

@Baka ahaha no its fine mistakes happen

Hace 8 meses
Vance 360NoPants +1
Vance 360NoPants

Thank you Fredrik Knudsen for introducing us all to this absolute Chad. Garry, you are awesome.

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Harmish Joshi +3
Harmish Joshi

Well, the first question I think index and thumb are natural grip to hold a piece so you can move the pieces while showing squares with middle finger

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Eric Thompson
Eric Thompson

End game is definitely important, and I've won games there, but I feel like midgame is often where that positioning is decided.

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Saf +3
Saf

I didn't understand most of what he was trying to explain (I am terrible at chess 🤦‍♀️) but I stayed for the whole video cause he seems so nice and funny

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Killer95 ب +2
Killer95 ب

This guy has potential to become a GM he should try playing chess

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Man Yor +1
Man Yor

He seems really knowledgable in chess. He should try playing at tournaments.

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doormatcat +1
doormatcat

This is a pretty interesting guy. I would like to see a conversation between him and the great Garry Chess.

Hace 7 meses
Pasta +18
Pasta

Kasparov: Players that high don’t play wild openings. Hikaru and Magnus: *Plays e4 e5 2. Ke2 Ke7*

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very hard +1514
very hard

Hearing Kasparov say horsey and castlehead is just priceless

Hace 4 años
Raskolnikov
Raskolnikov

@Athallah Rafi in finland, rook is called tower (torni) and castling is tornitus

Hace 2 años
Chris D
Chris D

@Athallah Rafi oh, that's Interesting. Thanks ✌🏻

Hace 2 años
Athallah Rafi +1
Athallah Rafi

@Chris D Castling is called "Rokade". We say something like "Coba lakukan Rokade, agar rajamu aman" (Do a castle / castling, so that your king is safe).

Hace 2 años
Chris D
Chris D

@Athallah Rafi So, what do you call it when you switch your King and rook? In English, we call this move castling.. Like this: " You should try to castle quickly to protect your king!"

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Athallah Rafi +2
Athallah Rafi

@Yori B. Yes, in my country the rook is also called "benteng" (Castle).

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Zachary Cahill +8
Zachary Cahill

Kasparov: Players at that level don't play wild openings in serious games Magnus 3 years later: plays the bongcloud in a gm tournament named after him

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MisterTucanGuy +1
MisterTucanGuy

Garry:Hold you breath on people playing kings gambit in serious chess. Nepo:Hold my beer.

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El Caponè: Holy Emperor of NJ
El Caponè: Holy Emperor of NJ

I actually value my knights more than the bishop because of it's unique movement, which fits my play style

Hace 10 meses
nothing here +1
nothing here

This guy seems to be good at chess. He should try out a championship

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jjiacobucci
jjiacobucci

One of the best videos on chess. Thank you G M Kasparov! ,

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Raja KR +1
Raja KR

Seems like a decent player. Should have won a tournament or two.

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francesco britzolakis
francesco britzolakis

He seems pretty good at chess maybe one day he can become an international master

Hace 6 meses
Michael Solomon +1
Michael Solomon

I feel like this guy has the potential to be a decent chess player!

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pieceman503 +2247
pieceman503

I'm still laughing at Kasparov having to say "horsey."

Hace 2 años
Fire King
Fire King

someone should have asked "how does the horsey move"

Hace 8 meses
Ghiaccio
Ghiaccio

to be fair, that’s what Nakamura calls it.

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Morten +1
Morten

First today

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Sir issac Rollingcat
Sir issac Rollingcat

@Guilherme Ferreira 12th reply in 6 days

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Guilherme Ferreira
Guilherme Ferreira

@Alexander Lo 11th reply in 1 month

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GreenRedBlue +1
GreenRedBlue

I really want to know how he feels about his first loss to Deep Blue, now that he knows it was because of a bug and not intentional behavior.

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