Gunsimar Bhatia (el 29/08/14 a las 10:50 pm)
instead of resign ...y not queen to B6
Hassan Elahi (el 06/09/14 a las 4:41 pm)
Lol 28:48 queen g4? Rook can take
Kevin Huang (el 10/07/14 a las 3:44 am)
38:08 couldn't Mednis just move his Rook/Queen to b6?
Kate Wild (el 08/07/14 a las 3:59 pm)
I like the talk you explain very well
I feel I can learn from you explaining thanks
Soul Wisper (el 14/06/14 a las 12:50 am)
Pond from c 6 to c 5 could be helpful for black i think !
Youngjoon Jang (el 30/05/14 a las 5:22 am)
black can protect b7 with rook or queen, what he can't stop is Qe8
John Kim (el 29/04/14 a las 11:53 pm)
couldnt black move rook to b6 to stop the queen
Carl Rosenstock (el 19/04/14 a las 4:01 am)
I agree that it is over explained. This could be done in half the time.
This is not the time for school. It is the time to enjoy the game!!
cracgor (el 04/08/14 a las 7:35 am)
@Jantavy Amie Siprasoeuth Except there is no check and no forced move. I
think queen to a3 would have won it though.
Austin Battalia (el 04/04/14 a las 7:52 pm)
Is anyone else kind of annoyed at all these "mistakes" that the director
points out. It's interesting seeing the different options of the game
sure, but don't you find it a little weird to claim that the moves made by
people that are much better at chess than you have made just actual
mistakes rather than just a difference in style play than you would have
chosen. In fact coming to a video to watch these too chess masters I'm
more interested in why they chose the moves that they did rather than what
the other options are, even if perhaps not completely as advantageous it
could say things about their style and such which is why I came to watch a
video about them anyway.