When Garry Kasparov Challenged Hikaru 21.03.2023 Can Hikaru Nakamura outplay the Former Chess World Champion Garry Kasparov? SUBSCRIBE IF YOU SEE THIS.. Post navigation PreviousNext 150 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments Battle of the Pompous Knobheads Reply wth is this bad commentary? Not explaining the "genius move" the knight was already stuck there. So stupid Reply Nice video but I think Magnus Carlsen is the best chess player, not Garry kasparov. Reply appreciated that you speed up the slower more setting up moves. Most chess casters go through all theoretical possibilities here which I did not come for tbh. Good editing! Reply What did u mean mateHikaru would Sac the queen against kasparov?Why didn't you explain your forced mate? Reply hikaru drink redbull!? Reply Garry is the greatest player of all time. Reply So painful when you miss those crucial moves. I just lost a game I could have won with one move in the mid game. Grrrr. Reply Why do chess players run off right after a game? Why not chill for a bit? Reply Magnus is the goat. Reply Love the edit. Reply Hikaru is adding the knowledge spell on his red bull Reply "A perfect game of chess is a draw" Reply russia is a terrorist state Reply I love how it seems like every time one of them makes a move the other is completely shocked to their core about it Reply Something a lot of people don’t realize is that most older players, especially geniuses like Kasparov, don’t really lose much playing strength with age. What they lose is stamina. So in a single game, a great master from the past could hold his own against today’s champions, but after 50–60, it’s much harder for them to maintain the pace of a long match or tournament. Also, I wouldn’t read too much into Gary’s mannerisms. He has always been expressive, rolling his eyes, shaking his head and running his hands through his hair (back when he had hair). He probably felt that this was a pretty run-of-the-mill closed Benoni type position, the type he had played thousand times before. All he had to do was watch for tactics, exchange, and the draw was pretty certain. Reply Even after all this time in retirment from chess, Kasparov is still Kasparov. Reply So why he don't beat Carlson in a tournament Reply why didn't kasparov take hikaru's pawn on c4 Reply Magnus did this as a child Reply Stop moving the chessboard Reply 2:25 i was screaming COME ON EN PASSANT Reply You say "after the world champions prime" as if he got worse. He didn't get worse, he kept playing, he just didn't do it professionally. Reply I wonder how this would've went under classical time control. Reply Hikaru should've played h4 after Kasparov played….h5 Reply I love the content ❤ i Reply How is Qb5 good, where is Hikaru supposed to break through after that? Still a draw. Reply Naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh 💀💀💀🪦 Reply ur videos are awesome Reply In 2:12 Hikari would’ve played el passant Reply He's still got it. Reply Bro that is old asf Reply When Hikaru died of terminal cancer… Reply hi Reply men Reply "Now we move here and it takes, takes , takes and its a draw" Reply love this channel Reply nice Reply Ludwig? Reply Nodirbeck vs hikaru Reply please make more videos Reply Name of the music? Please Reply You got a good channel keep uploading fam Reply 1:46 it’s not a fork because after Qxc3+ then Bd2 blocks the check, attacks the queen and defends the rook with white’s own queen. Reply Fischer>kasparov Reply and. magnus beat him at 13 years old when he wasn't retired Reply At 0:9 even beating magnus Carlson in some “instances” cuz most of the time Magnus gonna stomp and wasn’t Gary defeated by 12 year old Magnus? Reply Magnus is the greatest chess player of all time Reply why didnt bro move the bishop Reply Chess is not just a game, it's a beautiful art of strategy and creativity that never fails to challenge and inspire us. Who else loves the thrill of the checkmate? 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.