justus williams beat magnus


  • 3 years ago · Quote · #41

    MrDamonSmith

    So, I can't help but wonder. Do you consider yourself a better player than those you beat that you just listed?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #42

    MrDamonSmith

    Another thing. Why only 40 something seconds at the end? Was it an odds game, rook or Knight odds?Come on, be serious. Sure is odd its only the end of it. You'd think if Carlsen was playing, wow, gotta get this whole game. Unless you didn't want people

    to see the whole game. Hmmm........ the camera was there THE WHOLE TIME or many others were but it was only important to film just the end. Odd. Hmmm.....

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #43

    warrior689

    Even if u dont go by fide rtngs. the rest of the world does. USCF and NCFP r the only other ratings i have heard of. we have to travel to. Its no diff.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #44

    Likhit1

    warrior689 wrote:

    Even if u dont go by fide rtngs. the rest of the world does. USCF and NCFP r the only other ratings i have heard of. we have to travel to. Its no diff.

    There are very very few FIDE tourneys in the US.Atleast that's what i've heard.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #45

    SameOldFears

    He's a 2300 guy, he's good at the casual level, maybe he playes at the Internet, but he'll never compete against Carlsen at the very top level tournaments. I don't think the US will have anyone good enough to replace Nakamura as of yet.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #46

    Mooxy

    Justus beat Magnus because Magnus didn't start with a queen... Not to denote Justus or anything but it's kind of hard to beat a master without a queen

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #47

    superking500

    Mooxy wrote:

    Justus beat Magnus because Magnus didn't start with a queen... Not to denote Justus or anything but it's kind of hard to beat a master without a queen

     

    what do you mean he didnt have a queen

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #48

    Anomaly777

    SameOldFears wrote:

    He's a 2300 guy, he's good at the casual level, maybe he playes at the Internet, but he'll never compete against Carlsen at the very top level tournaments. I don't think the US will have anyone good enough to replace Nakamura as of yet.


    Conventional wisdom says that players like Williams will never compete at the highest level because even if he has the potential, the resources and backing aren't there. Right now he's focused on his academic goals. He isn't well off enough to have a full time chess coach and he's in public school. He has done exceedingly well at national scholastic tournaments and the few available FIDE events inspite of this. but it's worthy of note that Maurice Ashley didn't even start playing until he was 15, and by age 33 became a GM and eventually reached 2600 level. Williams and his close rivals have an enormous head start on someone like Maurice Ashley; Williams is an FM at 15 and his junior ranking goes up and down between #30 and #50 in the country (out of 43,000+ ranked juniors). 2700 is not a pipe dream.

  • 22 months ago · Quote · #49

    Natural_Pawn_killer9

    It's not actually them !! It's fake , if you look on YouTube you can see the actual game they played at IS318 , justice got destroyed positionally , bag us has his bishop right on justices side , a queen and rook of seventh rank and even an exchange up lol

  • 8 months ago · Quote · #50

    libyantiger

    this is  probably  boy  will complete  the achievments of great black player

    emore tate 

  • 8 months ago · Quote · #51

    libyantiger

    they played  one  blitz  in which carlsen win  and then  play  free  time  game   on whcih  justus  wins  


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