Patience in a chess endgame… 07.02.2023 Post navigation PreviousNext 165 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments Never interrupt your opponent when he's making a mistake 🙂 Reply Finally a chess video where I was on the same page Reply He calls a line, "things" Reply Damn, I'm a 600 and saw that। Wow Reply That fork tho Reply "Always look for checks" but Levy always makes fun of us – low elos, for finding hidden checks.. Reply Everyone that thinks white had mate in 2. Stfu and get better. Reply you were this 🤏 close to getting checkmated Reply But wtf was that Qd3+ when your king is horizontally and diagonally open like that?! Rook blunder 🤦 Reply When white attacks d8 isnt it checkmate first gonna take black rook and then place his other piece and black cant defend Reply He blundered the rook because he saw only Qc2 as a threat but completely forgot about Qc1. Reply He sounds like master oogway Reply There could have been checkmate by the opponent Reply Question does Rook D8 not win the game after either rook takes then queens take check mate or rook doesn’t take and then your rook takes then Queen D8 Checkmate Reply why didn't white drop his rook for sacrifice and then brought queen to checkmate? Reply White would have won if he just pushed the queen at the bottom, with rook as a support 😅 edit: what im talking about is queen d2 to queen d8 Reply White could have delivered a backrank mate when white queen was standing with its rook Reply In start Rd8 is none? Reply and now I win Reply Queen sacrifice check mate Reply Qd8 was a checkmate from white!!!! Reply He missed win Reply Did he not have mate in 2 before his beginning pawn move in the video Reply nem of the game Reply Could've lost a checkmate earlier game when opponent doubled his queen and rook Reply Could've lost to a checkmate or blundered a rooke when opponent doubled his rook and queen when you moved your queen back Reply After queen c4 Queen d8 is checkmate Reply I like how enthusiastic you are about chess makes me want to get better. It’s nice seeing someone having fun and not all arrogant or a cocky egoist like some chess players can be. Just vibes good vibes and good chess. And I learn too I think Reply Qa2 would have been better move Reply Forced mate chanced lost Reply My 2000/2100 opponents playing like super grandmastersThis guys 2300 opponent hang a 100% free rook 💀 Reply Thanks for that tip Reply Isn't queen D8 a check mate ? Reply “I have high chances of being aborted” pov me Reply HUMAN Status: ConfidentMental Strength: 92 Equiped: Mouse Stamina: unknown Weapons: Brain power Mental Speed: 93 Type: chess playerInteligence: 100 (inteligent) Reply If your 2200 opponent stupidly hangs a rook, then im bobby fischer. Reply U were just luckyIf the opponent would have taken the pawn with his rook u would have been checkmate ïn 3 move Reply Lets just appreciate how his opponent only used 10 seconds to get to that endgame. Reply How aboted how? Reply Someone explain to me why this is a win? Reply Missed checkmate by white after queen moves to C4? 🤔 Reply Why did the opponent go queen d2 to d8 get taken then have the rook take rook and check mate Reply Mate in 2 at the beginning Reply He has a winning chance but he missed it Reply Your opponent missed a win , when he put his queen to d2 and while his rook was at d1 , he could have put the queen to d8 and once your rook takes it , it'd checkmate with rook to d8 , i feel smart Reply Opponent missed a clear checkmate after doubling the queen and rook with a queen sacrifice…. Luck you bro Reply "Checks, Captures, Attacks"– that one dude with a receding hairline Reply Guys i think he missed win by scriface the Queen im not rong right ?? Reply when you play rook b8 he can rxb3 cause if you take the rook he can mate with qd8 Reply In the beggining, after the white queen moves, couldn't he just take the queen and try to promote, defended by the rook? 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.