When you overthink in chess: 08.01.2024 #skits #comedy #chess very very very relatable if ur a chess player Post navigation PreviousNext 60 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments 10 years ago , I'm so old now 😢 😂😂Reply 10 years later so i can see that comment Reply This is too funny, i cant play chess anymore- 😂 Reply its acually a real game played by frank marshall Reply Bruh I got a mate in one with my brother without realising it and he resigned just as I was about to as well bc I thought that I would lose anyway after that he told it to me and I still hate myself for that Reply I think it's a draw? Reply Hikaru Reply lol white could have still play QXG3 and continued the game normally , he aint 2600 elo cuz he didnt see that Reply Did a 2600 elo player seriously just overthink against to a 300 elo player? Reply Fun fact: it’s not a brilliant move. Reply "The moment you know u r gonna mess up is when u overthink the move" Reply Wow , Nice Chess Skit Reply The gold coin game Reply yes it's very reletable when I'm playing much weaker opponents Reply DO IT JUST DO IT MAKE UR DREAMS COME TRUE Reply ain't no way 300 elo played the best chess move of all time by Frank Marshal Thats crazy Reply Bruh that's literally me in any chess game Reply One of the best things is when your 800 elo and you play like a grandmaster by accident Reply Plays Western ChessAlso gets adviced by a Chinese general Reply 'Your opponent can't beat you if you beat yourself first"-Sun Tzu Reply Hikaru watching the video with his hands in his head: 😭😭😭😭😭 Reply This is called chess blindness it has even happened to Magnus Carlson before. It’s when u think about too many possibilities u blunder or make mistakes more frequently and he had to move the knight bc of touch rule, u touch a piece u have to move itEdit: i realised that it isn’t chess blindness Reply "Think smarter not faster" -Sun Tzu,Art of chess Reply frank marshall !!!! Reply I just realized it's literally the same position as the game here:https://www.youtube.com/shorts/zJ5VLF40OZY edit:My bad it's the gold shower game between Frank marshall and Stepan levitsky Reply This is me everything im playing with my older smart brother Reply That happened to me once and a 3000 elo player resigned and idk why Reply Nice One Reply Wtf wtf wtf Reply cool Reply It's Frank Marshall's immortal game! Reply The disrespect because he was beating his meat while playing chess and still won Reply Actually this the best gameplay it is actually called the gold shower or something I forget but It was beautiful Reply lol Reply Bro really said Frank marshall is 300 eloOnly chess players will get this Reply Sometimes, when i play against the computer or someone good with my tactics i loose, but when i start doing random stuff without planning i win Reply literally laughing my ass off Reply I overthink alat and my elo is 590 i lost alot of games cuz of overthinking and not taking a deep breath and just play like a normal chess player, sometimes I miss mate in 3, 4, or 5, literally disappointed in myself for overthinking and getting nervous all the time when battling 700 to 600 elo players 😮💨 Reply 2600 Elo always losing so he started playing with his friend that is 300 Elo 💀 Reply i am in so much pain when 1 move away Reply The real mystery is how the 300 elo was a piece up against a GM Reply Who spotted the Frank Marshall there… 😂 Reply I think how pawn is there Reply This game was actually played by two grandmasters in the 19th century well I think it's in the 19th century. In this game the audience thew gold coins at the players for playing that move Reply I have 1500 elo but 2000 elo is high for me Reply This one video is enough for me to sacrifice the subsribe button Reply My brain is asking: How did the 300 elo make it this far into the game Reply why does this physically hurt me lol Reply This is the marschall game innit? Reply Really love the explosion Reply unsolved mystery: if 2 players resign at the same time, is that a win-win or draw? 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.