Rapid Chess Championship | Week 5 Swiss | Hosts Belenkaya and Seirawan

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  1. Once again we miss the beginning of every single game yet again! Please fix this 🙏 for week 6

  2. Why are they not having hess, danya , seirawan on fide grand Prix.. but instead here

  3. WGM Belenkaya is great! You should have her on more often

  4. The lack of support for chess960 over the last few years is depressing. I know it upsets those who write opening theory courses and books but I don't care.

  5. Both Yasser and Dina have amazing, positive energy. Love seeing all the smiling and laughing.

  6. Dina's face is so magical.. With no disrespect, sometimes her face transforms to a top 1 percent beauty in the world and sometimes to a home lizard..

    I know I am weird

  7. 3:29:50 no increment robs us of another potentially great finish. Even a +1 sec should be enough… and if not, then it's the player's fault, not the clock. Testing the chess skill of all these players is kind of the point, right? Oh well.

  8. It's a shame they miss the opening moves of almost every single game after the break! Hopefully this can be avoided!

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