When A Chess Streamer Challenged Garry Kasparov 01.10.2023 When A Chess Streamer Challenged Garry Kasparov SUBSCRIBE IF YOU SEE THIS.. Post navigation PreviousNext 125 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments Ray looks like a cousin of anti prophet Reply Bro forgot indian youngster Praggnanandhaa💀 Reply I WHENT TO TRY Reply Wow Kasparov is a name I heard of the book I’m reading about chess Reply so like we're forgeting magnus? Reply I used to respect kasperov u til I saw those videos of him cheating when he loses!! Reply Kasperov cheats when hes losing i seen the videos! Reply "Ray enigma" smh worse than google translate Reply I feel like gary shouldnt have played it so slow in the beginning but a very good game overall Reply Garry ever lost with Deep Blue(IBM Computer) in 1997. Reply The commentary was 🔥 I didn’t know what was happening all the time but I saw moving pieces, I saw war, death and defeat but I saw a victor 10/10 Reply Thank god you explained this, i was able to watch it. Reply So I'm no chess expert as a matter of fact I don't even remember how to play it but. I noticed at the beginning of the match Gary was making his moves B4 the streamer had actually pressed the button on the timer effectively donating his time to Gary probably without even realizing it. Reply put up a pretty solid fight. not bad. Reply REY Enigma. Not RAY Reply Nona Gaprindashvili Reply rey enigma, not ray Reply He looks like the spot from spider man Reply I don't know shit about chess, but this was so tense and gripping. It's so cool how even after all this time, Kasparov is still sharp as ever and can quickly make moves. Reply Kasparov is already a legend in chess world. Nobody in this world would dominate the chess sport like he did. Lossing to a good chess streamer isn't a risk to his reputation. Reply its Rey(like King) not Ray!! Reply Es REY ENIGMA, no RAY ENIGMA, informense! Reply b4 finishing the video the suit makes me think earpiece and outside advice Reply 4:53 f2 queen to f8 and then to h8. Reply Ahh once again, Garry Chess is undefeated! Reply NEEEERDS Reply So i don't play chess, but Gary kept moving his pieces before the other guy pressed the clock button and had tapped the clock then right as soon as the other guy pressed. Thus taking virtually no time as he was basically moving on the other guys turn… is this illegal in chess? I know its not like an official tournament or game, but like… isnt that just unsportsmanlike? Reply 2:17 white queen on h7 will do what? Reply i never would have thought that chess is so entertaining Reply No chess game he could play now would ruin Kasparov chess reputation. It would just be attributed to Gary getting older. Total legend of the game with monsterous domination and achievements. Also, nice end game technique from Gary. Reply Could be hiding an earpiece to receive instructions generated by an AI program? Reply Garry living that thug life. Reply Wait, why am I watching this? I have a creative writing assignment due tomorrow, I don't even know anything about chess. Reply lê quang liêm Reply i love watching this like i know whats going on Reply Never mind the fact every time Garry is challenged, his opponent has the benefit of studying a lifetime of their opponent’s tactics. Reply Ran out of time? Why not just finish the game? Reply He can’t beat ai tho Reply Nur abwarten bis Rainer wingler mit spielt Reply This is really stupid… Reply Chess streamer 😂😂😂😂 Reply This is so dumbed down. Reply he is old. even if he loses, it means nothing Reply i dont even know how to play chess Reply Age Of Empire Trap Remix Lets GOOOOOO Reply Bruh Garry is 60 years old and still in the absolute top of chess players even being mostly retired for almost 20 years. Hes maintained his level even after 2 entire generations have come into chess. He's been in the top .1% for 40 years now. Insane Reply Should have chairs😅 Reply magnus is better so this final boss shit is dumb Reply yes… I understood this Reply How tf he see thru dat mask Reply Comments navigation Newer comments 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.