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  • 15 months ago · Quote · #261

    ChezBoy

    I vote squareoligy!

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #262

    jetfighter13

    squarology wrote:
    jetfighter13 wrote:
    squarology wrote:

    Technical Details:

    Camtasia Sudio 8 to record the screen.

    Microsoft LX-3000 Headset to record my voice.

    *I should also note I lower the volume slider really low when I am about to record. That way I don't squelch when I talk. Later when I edit the video I amplify the volume three-fold.

    how much did the screen recorder cost ??

    Camtasia Studio... 300 dollars.

    Microsoft LX-3000... 30 dollars.

    Truly Ergonomic Keyboard... 250 dollars.

    Logitech G600... 70 dollars.

    Spinny Chair... 100 dollars.

    Losing the Chess.com YouTube Tryouts by 1 vote... Priceless.

    spinny chair lol

    that might be out of my price range at the moment, 

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #263

    samuelmbrad

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  • 15 months ago · Quote · #264

    samuelmbrad

    Oops! Posted the same game. 

    Here's another little guy! Hope you guys enjoy.

    Oh chess.com viewership, will you be mine?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnDhZq7hu7k 

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #265

    chasm1995

    Butterfly-Effect wrote:

    @Chasm1995 If you knew me at all you would understand that regardless of how much i like someone, I would never tell people to vote for someone i didnt feel was capable of doing the work. It is just not what im about, people who know me know that about me. 

      You are still young and i understand that your life experience is limited in that way. This is not about who popularity in high school or college. Its about a man devoting much of his time freely to help others improve their game. He deserves to win period. He has worked very hard for it.

    I agree that any sensible person would vote for who they thought was the best, but I also think that no matter who you vote for, it is a biased opinion, no matter what.  Maybe you prefered how they played, or maybe you just liked their personality better than another person.  It's you opinion and you're entitled to it.  I respect that you prefer a certain contestant, and you respect that others have different opinions on that.  It's not always on how much time something takes, though, but how you understand the way they are teaching.

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #266

    chasm1995

    I'll vote for Squarology.  (I haven't voted yet, if you would like to check.)

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #267

    Tartarus_BW

    I was a little sceptical about FM zibbit, because most of the votes for him were from people of his own country. But his videos are pretty good and he explains a lot. 

    Is it possible to recruit two players for the chess.com channel?

     

    IM Squaralogy and FM zibbit are both excellent candidates!

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #269

    thumbelinamilestone

    I will vote for aww-rats!

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #272

    MrDamonSmith

    I also like TVEDAS. Those were good. The thought process was explained well, especially the targeting of weaknesses and how to go about attacking them. I'd hope chess.com would consider as many as possible, unlike FIDE picking the WC site. Haha, just had to throw that in there didn't I?

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #274

    MrDamonSmith

    @ TVEDAS. Not really. Your English is amazingly good, are you really from Lithuania? I like when you have slower time control because of the way you explain what you're trying to do. And WHY, thats the really important part. Its almost impossible to do that in bullet.

  • 15 months ago · Quote · #275

    Holivela

    Zibbit has all the skills for this.

    I vote for him.


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