Eastern Bullet Arena Speed Chess Tournament [250]

This is a speed (bullet) chess tournament (Eastern Bullet Arena) I competed in on lichess.org while livestreaming on . Time controls are 1 minute per player.

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18 Comments

  1. Please, do not abandon this channel ๐Ÿ™

  2. Don't worry, Jerry — I often play slowly AND as if I am down a piece, in winning positions.

  3. 49:45 is the start of the game in the thumbnail with the crazy pawn lines locked down — in case anyone's wondering.

  4. The Ferrari as well! Some old school Chessnetwork content right here. Love u Jerry!

  5. Could've "gone" ๐Ÿ™‚ Still, great games, Jerry. I know you get nervous commentating and moving fast in the endgame. You can finish 'em off!

  6. Where have u been Jerry. You are one of the best instructors. I've learnt a lot from your vds.Can you upload more of them, Thanks

  7. These are my favorite videos that you post. Love watching you play and comment on your games. Lots of fun. Second fav. is your commentary on the Carlson games.

  8. I love your Bullet Chess Tournaments Jerry! They bring a tremendous amount of joy to me and my friends at the chess club. Thank you so much for doing another one!

  9. I can see the gravestone now: "Where is all my time?"

  10. 17:25
    I think Nxf6 would have been strong for your opponent; the pawn's pinned and the queen's eyeing the rook. I'm always nervous in these kinds of endgames to let the queen be pointing at my back rank rook because it's so easy to forget and stop defending it for a move.

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