Pretty much everyone you see on Coffee Chess is my homie. We used to play every Friday and Saturday before
I didn't really watch it, even though Youtube keeps flooding me with Nakamura giving lessons to streamers. It's pretty basic stuff, so I can't take much from it.
Indeed, I'll probably give it a further watch!However, I suppose it can be interesting for less experienced players to watch those lessons (and if you happen to like one of those streamers or celebrities, you get the added experience of joining them on their path of learning).
Haha, thanks!If I happen to see Thor actually play a game, I'll keep you updated.
LOL.Maybe he should just settle things with Eddie Hall over a chess match I wonder how many people would tune in to see that.
Yes, the USCF has its own rating system and even its own chess rules (while most other countries play by the international rules). However, most countries actually have a national rating system alongside the international Elo-rating. National ratings usually give you a bit more liberty in stretching some of the FIDE rules, whereas you need a FIDE arbiter to be present if you want to rate a chess game or an event with international rating.He also said that in his part of the world / USA (iirc) there is usually some concurrent rating system or something?