Hans Niemann Banned By Chess Club | Levy Reacts 04.02.2024 ➡️ Main Channel: ➡️ Free Chess Courses: Probably Edited By: Post navigation PreviousNext 29 Comments Imho its impossible to regain trust once you've been caught cheating.Its all about integrity. Once you lost it, its gone.Whom do you want to expect to invite a former cheater to a probably highly rewarded tournament?Its about big fame and big money. And only the strongest deserve it. And that without a question. Reply St. Louis Club of pettiness and witch hunts. Reply People will find anything hate Niemann while there are countless clips of Magnus being an arrogant ass, and nothing ever comes his way. Reply Finally that clown has been banned Reply Seconds till next Hans's lawsuit 3…2…1… Reply Did they find any damaged beads in the hotel room? Reply When an opinion is fair and balanced, the speaker usually doesn’t give a damn Reply Hans deserve much more respect. Reply I was very upset numerous times in my life but not once did I feel the need to destroy something because of that. This is extremely immature and SLCC did the right thing. Absolutely despicable behaviour. Reply I wish I was 20 yr old and rated 2700 Reply I am assuming the sociopath and serial liar Hans Niemann NEVER made Restitution to the hotel. Is that correct? Reply How does a TDS patient say with a straight face that he is unbiased? Reply Hans is still young and it really shows in his immaturity, which is not really that present in other young players like Prag or Noderbeck among others. Aside from the cheating stuff, people don't invite him because he is just rough to deal with. It's no longer about the cheating. He isn't getting any good advice and he always finds himself digging a deeper hole for himself. He even attacked Levy despite Levy being one of only a handful of people in the chess community that fairly covered his perspective and did not pick Magnus's side. His ego is always 10 steps ahead of him, and nobody wants to deal with that. You'd think he would take the time to humble himself, but nope. Magnus and the chess community did not do this to him, he did it to himself by constantly inflating his own ego and beating his own drums, he calls himself the brightest American talent twice in 3 sentences, like come on. You know when you were in middle school and there was that one kid that you knew when he was around by his distinct smell before you even saw him? Even if he wasn't too bad to hang around with, you just didn't invite him anywhere because you didn't want to deal with that smell? Yes that's Hans for the chess world. Reply Hans will become the best chess player because of this ark of his life. Then, never be invited to anything ever and never actually be able to prove he is the best player. Reply The only reason SLCC won’t invite Hans is because they want Magnus to play 😏. Reply The cheating scandal? What cheating scandal? You are doing well as a media manipulator. Keep learning. Reply there's no smoke without fire Reply Imagine Wimbledon not allowing John McEnroe to play in the 1980s! Whatever you think of Hans it is unjust to not allow him to play. Reply We need to take a look at what precription meds Hans is taking. He doesn't look right. I'm guessing Aderol and others. Reply Heck he'll just come back even stronger and meaner, anything that's banned rockets up the charts, man you young dudes forgetting Fischer and his shenanigans already? Reply 😂 good Reply I'm glad Hans is banned once you cheat online your trash anyway so dude has a mentality of being a cheater and obviously has mental issues and that interview after the magnus game acting like a Russian genius was ridiculous ban him for life Reply i didnt notice it as a different channel until you said it lol Reply F*** SL chess club. Reply It's not that hard to never cheat in chess, even online, and never to smash hotel rooms. Reply Not a lot of people cared about chess but now with these scandals it is getting more exciting and it draws people in and with that more money for the front row seats. He at least owns up to his mistakes. So yeah, let the man play, ey! Reply Hans admitted to being a cheater. Period. He also has been acting like an ass, which doesn't exactly make people want him more… Reply Problem as I see it is Hans Niemann believes his bad behavior elevates his popularity like it did Fischer. Big difference is the chess world excused Fischer because he was a genius. When Hans accomplishes what Fischer accomplished Hans will get his due reward. Which we know will never happen. Hans needs to grow up and just let his chess speak for itself which recently has been all that great. Reply "How does this keep happening to him? He can't be the first asshole to do these things." … well, he's the first loud mouth internet Karen asshole to do these things l. So, there's that… Reply @ 9:38 of video. “Hans is “refuting” this…”. NO he was not “refuting” he was “DISPUTING.” Pet peeve of mine, words mean things. Reply chess players on lichess are playing with engines liches is stronger then fide 10 times……… Reply According to google Hans is a millionaire. He can pay for the room no problem. That shouldn't be an issue. Reply that 1% really got him Reply There is only one victim in this whole story – The Hotel, and it's not even that bad. It seems like they were well aware that any 20 yr old's hotel party results in more damage than this, and were not making a huge deal out of his actions. This had no bearing on the chess clubs ability to block hotel rooms or negative bearing on their reputation. It makes Hans Niemann look bad and further damages his reputation, however he is continuing to act in this manner. If you want his behavior to improve, everyone should just stop paying his way until his behavior improves or implement a code of conduct clause specifically for him with monetary penalties on all winnings/damages. No need to uninvite and take away from having all the best talent on the field. 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.