Hikaru Nakamura (@GMHikaru) has played more than 40,000 games on Chess.com and thousands of brilliant chess moves! Here are five of our favorites as identified by Game Review.
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Scrolled, saw Johnny Sind, klicked
I have less blunders than hikaru. Mission success
why do trash nms keep commentating on
they should hire me, a hyper grandmaster, to commentate next time
my understanding of chess is unparalleled
Wow really great video
These moves are not as hard to find if you know that there is something, but imagine finding something like this in a blitz game… Hikaru is an incredible player
his best move is still 2.ke2
I predicted 3/5 of these 🙂
It's an awesome game!!
Very helpful ideas.
obviously the best player since Capa with the quickest sight of the board.
One more move is possible white queen D4
where is king e2
Really great moves there!! Bravo
I'm up a piece.
~typical grand masters
Let's sac pieces for content. Alright fine!
@GMHIKARU literally doesn't care..
Awesome highlights. And great commentary. One suggestion for us noobs… add a color to the last piece moved for easy move tracking.
I have found the programme for hacking fb
With this video I finally defined art as a combination of various actions and sequences to produce a unique outcome that can be replicated with precision
the real pro 😂
He is not just a Japanese guy who speaks English very well, he is not even a human at this point!
Can anyone with diamond profile help me analyze insights on my game
Sorry but I can't accept that move #2 was difficult. It was ridiculously easy to find
these were pretty easy…
If you're an NM and you wouldn't even consider playing Qxh7 you're doing something wrong, it's a two move tactic
love it love it love it
Why is he look alike bear!? I can't.. 🥲
he's like the magnus carlsen of chess streaming