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 kamus - NN vs Kamus- kamikaze chess [7:10]
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Sun Oct 28, 2012 11:51 am
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 Re: kamus - NN vs Kamus- kamikaze chess [7:10]
I can't believe this guy is really that bad- why do people play play like this?

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Sun Oct 28, 2012 7:48 pm
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 Re: kamus - NN vs Kamus- kamikaze chess [7:10]
Thanks for this. For live commentaries it's always much more interesting when, as a viewer, you trust that the commentator will post his game no matter what happens over the board. This is because it makes it more of a live experience. People tend to wrongly assume that the only games worth posting are those with instructive value, where there are no obvious blunders, or where the other player's intentions are not in any doubt (as they were in this game). Actually I think it's more interesting when you are able to hear the commentator's thoughts on each game he plays regardless of what happens.


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 Re: kamus - NN vs Kamus- kamikaze chess [7:10]
Even I, could have won this one.


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 Re: kamus - NN vs Kamus- kamikaze chess [7:10]
NightMover wrote:
Thanks for this. For live commentaries it's always much more interesting when, as a viewer, you trust that the commentator will post his game no matter what happens over the board. This is because it makes it more of a live experience. People tend to wrongly assume that the only games worth posting are those with instructive value, where there are no obvious blunders, or where the other player's intentions are not in any doubt (as they were in this game). Actually I think it's more interesting when you are able to hear the commentator's thoughts on each game he plays regardless of what happens.


I think you make a significant point generally. In this particular case, who knows what White was on, but kamus as always makes it an enjoyable video =)


Thu Nov 01, 2012 3:26 pm
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