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you can skip the first 30 seconds of the video.
Disclaimer: You won't learn anything you don't know about chess watching this, it's just good to see chess getting some exposure. Also, poor video quality.
"nah yo it ain't like that. in the game, the pawns, they get capped quick. they be out the game early."
..."unless they some smart ass pawns"
Don't watch the show but that was a sweet scene.
I don't watch the show either.... actually. My brother was watching it on his cpu with headphones while I was playing chess on mine, he said, "I think you should come watch this".
At least someone liked it
You should watch the show -- it's really good.
Wow, one of the few times a chess scene on a TV show has probably been anything other than cringeworthy to a true chess player!
I may just start watching it.
I'm over it
by Call_Me_Loser a few minutes ago
11/23/2014 - Mate in 3
by sp1234 a few minutes ago
Losing two minor piece for a rook is really bad
by outofmedicine a few minutes ago
by Brother-Mouzon 9 minutes ago
by MuhammadAreez10 19 minutes ago
you need to remove this
by MuhammadAreez10 25 minutes ago
why can not move a peice normaly
by huoqubing 26 minutes ago
Admins: Porn troll alert - ban them!
by MuhammadAreez10 29 minutes ago
by IvanKosintsev 30 minutes ago
DKINGISDEAD - King Maneuver Attack
by DKingIsDead 36 minutes ago
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