2ND ATTEMPT: LIVE Chess Rating Climb to 2075 – Chess.com Speedrun 12.12.2023 👕 NEW SHIRTS: 👨🏽 Play Chess Here: 🍒 Most students gain 200+ points in months: Post navigation PreviousNext 29 Comments How many points nm actualy have? Reply Hi Nelson!! Reply Thank you for this series. I've been learning a lot! 😊 Reply Reply Accidental cheating in first game 😅😅 Reply That last game lol. If you are going to go that hard with those Pawns, if you're going to Castle you absolutely have to Castle Queen Side, something that isn't said very often. Reply What a difference a day makes 🤣 – I think you tilted the guy in the Sicilian – Like "Where did my Queenside go?" I had to rewatch that game a few times. Only wish he would have played on so I could learn more. Nice comeback from yesterday. Thanks for all you do. Reply heh, I saw that white queen's defensive move at the end of the last game.. For once! Reply 4 knight scotch Reply Hi Neilson! Please make a video on how to calculate in chess Reply Knight to e4 Reply Hey bro, for some reason I can't see that link for the Scandinavian video. Can you share it here too so I can check it out? Sorry to be a pain, thanks. Reply At 4:05, after the king takes back, you have Qb4 or Qc5 check. Unpinning the bishop while also gaining a move on the king. I don't see a way black can win back that tempo, so your bishop is saved. Reply I liked the queen sacrifice in the second game. And that third game! 14 moves! Nice! 👍 Reply Well done today you did great Reply Beat the israeli Reply When you review your game and it is loading up the screen to tell you how many mistakes you make, it gives random numbers at first. It shows four mistakes around the 19:00 mark, but that isn’t how many you made. I’ve seen you misinterpret that a bunch of times in a lot of your videos. The first time they show mistakes its random numbers they put up. Only once it analyzes then it shows your actual numbers. So around the 19:00 mark I think your actual numbers were 0 blunders and 3 mistakes. It confused me at first too Reply @47:17 see Nelson still won here without his Queen against white's two rooks! The worst mistake move was Queen ate the pawn then Nelson did double check King & Queen! GGs! Reply It’s crazy that 2000s miss simple tactics Reply 34:40 just couldn't take that free b2 pawn, huh? Reply You should name your goat Magnus Reply How can I find out when Nelson is live streaming? I'm a member but have no idea how to join in in the chat. Reply The thing I notice to even be competitive at a sort of high level is Patience, you have to play so many just boring hang around moves, like treading water . Patience is so important Reply Where and when can you see the live games? Reply After 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nc3 … you can keep insisting on the Stafford with 3 … Bc5, to which best (though not most common) move 4. Nxe5 transforms into the Stafford (with the standard Bc5 response played a couple of moves early) Reply I guess in the last game he could trade the queen into the knight to survive a little longer. But it would be a lost game all the same Reply So good! you actually got to play that crazy line from the last video. Reply 54:25 wow thats a really nice oneYou have to look at some normally crazy moves to find these combinations! Reply 0:01: 🎮 The streamer is playing chess and hoping to win some games.6:39: ✅ The player makes a blunder but still manages to win the game.11:23: ✅ The speaker discusses their trading strategy in a chess game and considers moves to put pressure on their opponent.19:10: 🔍 The speaker analyzes their chess game and identifies mistakes made.23:37: 👑 The speaker discusses a chess game and analyzes a critical move made by the opponent.29:12: 🏰 The speaker discusses their strategy in a chess game, focusing on the move E5 and the potential for attacking.35:34: 🐐 The chess player is contemplating his next move, including whether to take a pawn or save his bishop, and considering the option of exchanging his queen for two rooks.40:27: 📚 The video discusses how the rooks can be effective in attacking and mentions a potential checkmating idea.45:55: 🏰 The player considers sacrificing a piece to gain an advantage in the game.51:41: 👑 The player discusses their move options and plans to put pressure on White's position.56:59: 🧐 The player realizes they missed a better move and discovers that their queen is not getting trapped.Recapped using TammyAI Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.