ZaCkO (el 19/05/13 a las 2:21 am)
Wow, nice job.
JFrattiniCox1177 (el 04/02/13 a las 7:05 pm)
5:44 False. They have 6. a cha cha cha cha chaaa
pollymatication (el 20/12/12 a las 7:06 am)
really entertaining commentary.. so many good quotes. "these two pieces have a total of one move" .. "GO HOME KNIGHT!" "AAAHHH!! WHO BENEFITS AS A RESULT OF THIS EXCHANGE!?1?!" "sneaky move!" "i know where he now resides and I'm comin' to get 'em, lets go king!"
briffable (el 03/12/12 a las 6:25 am)
jerry is one helluva guy
way15126 (el 06/06/12 a las 11:45 pm)
I love the way you say "I've got a sneaky move! I've got a sneaky move!"
TheBigThing23 (el 12/04/12 a las 1:31 pm)
One of the few videos without any thumbs down!
wouldnotcouldnot (el 21/03/12 a las 9:10 pm)
I don't think it's bad because the point of this is to help everyone involved get better. It was probably really helpful for that person.
gorantrevise (el 11/03/12 a las 6:23 am)
i don't understand you at 7:00 if white plays Bishop*b5 it is a discovered attack to the knight at d7. Of course black might play something like Nc5 and the open lines will help him with a queenside attack. Maybe his oponent was afraid of that because he spent much time on that move. I am sure he saw B*b5 (jerry did not).
Milos Zecevic (el 10/03/12 a las 2:14 am)
Playing with stronger opponents can be an excellent opportunity to learn since they WILL punish your mistakes and you will notice them more easily :).