Andrew Tate’s Dad Was A Legendary Chess Tactician

Hikaru analyzes some of his games against Andrew Tate’s dad, the legendary chess tactician Emory Tate

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497 Comments

  1. Honestly the bring your own chess board makes it sound more fun

  2. most overated player in history and I'm not talking about Tate

  3. if Andrew father still alive and younger when andrew start becoming a streamer, i wonder if he's also gonna start streaming or become a youtuber like hikaru…

  4. I played Emory once, We met up at his house and his son smashed my head in with a plastic batman lunchbox. I didnt allow his sons attack to ruin my chances in the game but Emory takes a sip of mount franklin sparkling water and a rose gold bugatti runs me over and i look up to see a 6'3 tall figure call me a brokie whilst Emory got a Checkmate and went on to say "My unmatched perspicacity coupled with shear indefatigability makes me a feared opponent in any realm of human endeavour". Great match!

  5. Where does he stream live? Where is this live chat coming from?

  6. I played emory once back in 98, it was a legendary night one could certainly not forget. Sadly I forgot nearly everything, because I was put into a coma. When I woke up, Emory was sitting right next to my bedside, with a chess board in front of him and the keys of a Bugatti behind his ear. "Stand up" he said, "stand up & lose again". That´s right, just then I found out I lost the match, he proceeded to tell me everything. So apparently, after he arrived in his brand-new Bugatti & an ass cheek in both hands he sat down in front of me and looked me dead in the eyes. Then he played his pawn, boom. Apparently I got posessed and checkmated myself, then Emory put me to rest with a simple jab cross combo. What a guy honestly!

  7. I played Emory once, he called me a brokie.

  8. Big black center you could say bbc ?

  9. Emory and I once had a match, it was preety one-sided on one halph but on the other he grabbed me by the neck as he mated me and said: "this is my swamp." Amazing !

  10. I played Emory once I can’t remember the date exactly but it was a little bit before fall of the Roman Empire. He checkmated me in 1 move.

  11. i wouldve won all 5 of the games but i guess thats just me…..

  12. They be writing poems in this comment section 💀

  13. Sad how you caved to the woke mob Hikaru.

  14. No way he is using andrew’s dead dad for views💀💀

  15. My unmatched perspicacity coupled with sheer indefatigability makes me a feared opponent in any realm of human endeavor endeavors

  16. I played emory once. He flicked my king over with his fingers, said "teehee, you lose" and ran away.

  17. I played Emory once. He mated me in a few moves. Still have the kids to this day

  18. "Do you have to bring your own chair"
    Hahahahaha

  19. In what better way can you honor your father, than having people search his name up after all these years.

  20. Can someone tell me how does he remember all his moves? I just started playing chess 4 days ago and my brother keep winning because i forget where my pieces are lol

  21. emory checked me in 2 moves i dont know how that happens but it just happened it was 1914 world war 1 (im a veteran) just behind the assassination of the archduke

  22. I played Emory onc in 1500 . For the first time i was surprised to see a black person allowed to compete in chess competition becz generally blacks were mostly the one setting up chairs and cleaning up the room.. But this tate slave was good, all of sudden his theme song started playing in the background with Bugatti sounds and he tried checkmate me in with all pawn.. he specialized in pawn.. But he still lost becz of my privileges and with instant checkmate move against any black player i won

  23. I played Emory once in 42069 A.D, Emory made me cry so hard, this is seriously the most beautiful, great experience ever. I can’t believe how magical it was when he drank sparkling water. That part truly made me thursty. And especially at the part when he says "what color is your Bugatti?" That is so truly heart touching words can not describe the series of emotions I felt. I absolutely loved the climax it had insanely excellent detail. Oh and we can’t forget the conclusion. The conclusion was the greatest and saddest conclusion I have ever seen better than any of the books I have read. Thank you so much for creating this absolute masterpiece. This is essentially the most important masterpiece of film history. It is a tragedy that this, it can’t be called a film, but a transcendent emotional experience, will be inaccessible for most. It beautifully encapsulates the human struggle to its basics; suffering, pleasure, faith, despair. It connects with the characters within the viewers, individuals suppressed within our own subconscious. It stays vibrant, fresh, and revolutionizes the art of storytelling and filmmaking while making a damn of statement on what it means to be human. Entertaining, gripping, and simply exhilarating. This might be the most impactful piece of art I’ve come across in my life, and I’m definitely coming back to it in the near future to study it more deeply. this is an absolute masterpiece , I was brought to tears listening to this and seeing the bacon go whirly swirly in a circle countless times. it absolutely moved my soul , and I don't think I can ever be the same. this bacon has changed my entire mental state , I am now at peace with who I am and what I will be doing later in my life. I have forgiven all my enemies and now I am a man of a pacifist life. I will move on, got to move on , as the song says. the bacon is so inspirational , it shares it vast wisdom with all of us , and we are all so lucky that it would bestow it's great words with us. we are all children on bacon. hail bacon. hail bacon. The spinning bacon, rotating in one direction with this music… This made me tear up. How could such a bacon do such a thing? I'm struck by awe by this masterpiece. Especially when the bacon spins, showing its lightly salt covered tan skin. I can hear the crunch just from here, and so as the beautiful sound of the bacon scraping the dark, smooth velvet floor. The flavor, music and everything can be heard, tasted, seen and felt from a screen. You can really hear the breaths between the music artist, empathizing her love for this rotating bacon. Truly what I call modern art. This was the most legendary performance by any piece of bacon I have ever watched. The acting was top tier and very life changing. This is one of the greatest work from a piece of bacon I have ever seen especially on 2:32. I am currently crying so hard right now. This is seriously the most beautiful, well put together story ever. I can’t believe how magical it was at 1:12. That part truly made me shed a tear. And especially at 6:34 that part was just so truly heart touching words can not describe the series of emotions I felt. I absolutely loved the climax it had insanely excellent detail. Oh and we can’t forget the conclusion. The conclusion was the greatest and saddest conclusion I have ever seen better than any of the books I have read. Thank you so much for creating this absolute masterpiece. This is essentially the most important masterpiece of film history. It is a tragedy that this, it can’t be called a film, but a transcendent emotional experience, will be inaccessible for most. It beautifully encapsulates the human struggle to its basics; suffering, pleasure, faith, despair. It connects with the characters within the viewers, individuals suppressed within our own subconscious. It stays vibrant, fresh, and revolutionizes the art of storytelling and filmmaking while making a damn of statement on what it means to be human. Entertaining, gripping, and simply exhilarating. This might be the most impactful piece of art I’ve come across in my life, and I’m definitely coming back to it in the near future to study it more deeply. this is an absolute masterpiece , I was brought to tears listening to this and seeing the bacon go whirly swirly in a circle countless times. Tt absolutely moved my soul , and I don't think I can ever be the same. this bacon has changed my entire mental state , I am now at peace with who I am and what I will be doing later in my life. I have forgiven all my enemies and now I am a man of a pacifist life. I will move on , got to move on , as the song says. the bacon is so inspirational , it shares it vast wisdom with all of us , and we are all so lucky that it would bestow it's great words with us. we are all children on bacon. hail bacon. hail bacon. The spinning bacon, rotating in one direction with this music… This made me tear up. How could such a piece of bacon do such a thing? I'm struck by awe by this masterpiece. Especially when the bacon spins, showing its lightly salt covered tan skin. I can hear the crunch just from here, and so as the beautiful sound of the bacon scraping the dark, smooth velvet floor. The flavor, music and everything can be heard, tasted, seen and felt from a screen. You can really hear the breaths between the music artist, empathizing her love for this rotating bacon. Truly what I call modern art. This was the most legendary performance by any bacon I have ever watched. The acting was top tier and very life changing. This is one of the greatest work from a bacon I have ever seen especially on 3:24. I am currently crying so hard right now. This is seriously the most beautiful, well put together story ever. I can’t believe how magical it was 1:16. That part truly made me shed a tear. And especially at 6:34 that part was just so truly heart touching words can not describe the series of emotions I felt. I absolutely loved the climax it had insanely excellent detail. Oh and we can’t forget the conclusion. The conclusion was the greatest and saddest conclusion I have ever seen better than any of the books I have read. Thank you so much for creating this absolute masterpiece. This is essentially the most important masterpiece of film history. It is a tragedy that this, it can’t be called a film, but a transcendent emotional experience, will be inaccessible for most. It beautifully encapsulates the human struggle to its basics; suffering, pleasure, faith, despair. The work put in to this is incredibly inspiring. The graphics, the animation, the music, so much thought was put into it. This has remined me that you can do anything you put your mind to. Not even mentioning the memories, this makes me feel like an infant again, just laying my eyes on this beautiful masterpiece gives me all the good feelings in life. I also understand what happiness is again from this. Not even to mention the most incredible part that is 2:10. Bacon spinning has changed my life for the better. It connects with the characters within the viewers, individuals suppressed within our own subconscious. It stays vibrant, fresh, and revolutionizes the art of storytelling and filmmaking while making a damn of statement on what it means to be human. Entertaining, gripping, and simply exhilarating. This might be the most impactful piece of art I’ve come across in my life, and I’m definitely coming back to it in the near future to study it more deeply. this is an absolute masterpiece , I was brought to tears listening to this and seeing the bacon go whirly swirly in a circle countless times. it absolutely moved my soul , and I don't think I can ever be the same. this bacon has changed my entire mental state , I am now at peace with who I am and what I will be doing later in my life. So much great graphic design, so much suspense, so much greatness in this one video. I have forgiven all my enemies and now I am a man of a pacifist life. I will move on , got to move on , as the song says. the bacon is so inspirational , it shares it vast wisdom with all of us , and we are all so lucky that it would bestow it's great words with us. we are all children on bacon. hail bacon. hail bacon. The spinning bacon, rotating in one direction with this music… This made me tear up. How could such a bacon do such a thing? I'm struck by awe by this masterpiece. Especially when the bacon spins, showing its lightly salt covered tan skin. I can hear the crunch just from here, and so as the beautiful sound of the bacon scraping the dark, smooth velvet floor. The flavor, music and everything can be heard, tasted, seen and felt from a screen. You can really hear the breaths between the music artist, empathizing her love for this rotating bacon. Truly what I call modern art. This was the most legendary performance by any bacon I have ever watched. The acting was top tier and very life changing. This is one of the greatest work from a piece of bacon I have ever seen especially on 4:27. I am crying. This has made me go through an emotional rollercoaster. I cried, beat off, and also watched a movie while watching this premiere. This has made me go through so much. I passed depression because of this. Emory really inspired me to become an outstanding young man. Thank you, Top G.

  24. You should play andrew while in a call with him, would be fun

  25. The fact that tate shows up in my chess feed is insane

  26. " i dont play chess , i m the chess " !

  27. Imagine if that man had the discipline to take a draw, he could’ve been 2700 easily. Still a legend in chess to say the least!

  28. I played Emory one time. Awaiting the wildling attack with my good friend Jon Snow.

  29. I played emory when i was 13 (im 4 now) he played italian spaghetti game against me and he escaped checkmate twice by castling 2 times! I was then later checkmated by a bishop in the end game

  30. I played emory once. I was white and i pushed my pawns up. In second emory farted in my face. I woke up and i was easily checkmated and he took every dollar in my bank account back in 1207.

  31. All of you saying you played Emory are so disrespectful smh. I actually did play against Mr.Tate and I can say without a doubt that he was black

  32. Comment section passed the vibe check.

  33. Tried this out too and demolished my oponents in 5/5 games 😂

  34. The comments here are disrespectful – making fun of a man who is now dead. I bet none of you would have made silly jokes if this man was just next to you. Web warriors!

  35. I played Emory once, then I stopped dreaming.

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