Best Chess YouTuber?

Sombro56

There are many different chess YouTubers and they are all good. Whether it be John Bartholemew, GM Huschenbeth, chessbrah, agadmator, etc. Who do you think is the best chess channel on YouTube? 

For me it's a tie between John Bartholemew and GM Huschenbeth but that's just me. happy.png

DestartreK1st

GM Hikaru.

Mr_Alex_Pims
Barolemew is my favourite!
9thBlunder

I enjoy MatoJelic, GingerGM, and IM Eric Rosen the best.

Mato is great when I want to watch a 5 minute clip that challenges me to see tactics in critical positions, GingerGM has excellent analyses of GM games and I particularly enjoy watching his rapid games where he shares his plans and ideas, and Eric Rosen also does rapid games and his presentation is very clean and straightforward.

I've checked out the recommendations on this thread but those three are good enough for me.

Tarun_2005

many games were there in YouTube

Paunescu64

GM Daniel King: https://www.youtube.com/user/PowerPlayChess 

Acroduster

The older Hikaru videos, before he turned into a full time twitch streamer are pure gold. Eric Rosen is enjoyable but he is the bob Ross of chess. Secretly Eric is a sadist, just look at the enjoyment he got when Hikaru double adopted him in bullet. Agadmator is in a class all his own, great videos. 

hikarunaku

On YouTube I follow Agadmator but on twitch I follow Hikaru. 

Loseronthechessboard

I like the chanel "hanging pawns" happy.png

Homsar

Myself. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR6ktGmC9dcQTe1C3CQbd8g

Just kidding, I actually think  Yasser Seirawan from Saint Louis is the best. He is WAY better then I am.

litimator

Agree with Acroduster that agadmator is in a class all his own. Recently started enjoying HangingPawns. Those videos are more my level (beginner chess player). Sometimes he moves a little fast and his evaluation is a little superficial, but good stuff in general. The Saint Louis Chess Club series(es) are also great. Yasser is a world-class teacher. Feingold is hilarious. 

OldPatzerMike

GM Mykhalo Oleksiyenko also has an excellent YouTube channel. His videos tend to be somewhat advanced, but he is very good at explaining concepts. Especially helpful is the way he describes how to think about a position.

2Late4Work

Even though I am a huge fan of Ginger I might say I prefer Hanging Pawns. Clear english and not too complicated.

SamBishop30
2Late4Work wrote:

Even though I am a huge fan of Ginger I might say I prefer Hanging Pawns. Clear english and not too complicated.

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gavagai_hh

I throw in another one: michechess https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvwMigKfmZxEJN0raY6FYSQ

Laskersnephew
OldPatzerMike wrote:

GM Mykhalo Oleksiyenko also has an excellent YouTube channel. His videos tend to be somewhat advanced, but he is very good at explaining concepts. Especially helpful is the way he describes how to think about a position.

Could you tell me his youtube handle?

llamonade
9thBlunder wrote:

I enjoy MatoJelic

I just threw up in my mouth a little.

Laskersnephew
llamonade wrote:
9thBlunder wrote:

I enjoy MatoJelic

I just threw up in my mouth a little.

Try harder, maybe you can bring up some more

llamonade
Laskersnephew wrote:
llamonade wrote:
9thBlunder wrote:

I enjoy MatoJelic

I just threw up in my mouth a little.

Try harder, maybe you can bring up some more

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llamonade

He's fine if you're into ASMR during chess lectures.

I just wish the guy would do a video while sober haha.