Rapid Chess Championship | Week 6 Knockout | Hosts Naroditsky and Seirawan

The Chess.com Rapid Chess Championship is a world-class online rapid event series for the top-100 players, top 10 women, and top 10 Juniors in the world alongside 10 wildcards. These chess stars will be able to compete in weekly Swiss and knockout events to fight for the top of the standings and their share of the $650,000 prize fund—the largest prize fund in Chess.com’s history.

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9 Comments

  1. 1:18:50 Lol, Yasser and names: "I remember a beautiful game between Magnus and Nepo Mianashi…" 😅😅😅

  2. Love GM Seirawans adjusted commenting style

  3. This is the way to go Chesscom. Danya as the one controlling the board, incredibly fast at showing some missed lines and Yasser as the second in command adding to the color commentary with his ideas and great stories.

  4. The 8th seed wins it all, so no one is complaining about the HUGE advantage of getting white all the time as the 1 seed. Funny how that works. Fabi literally calling it unfair when he won as 1 seed in week 3 or 4 or whenever it was.

  5. This is an incredible combo of commentators. I'd love to see more Yasser and Danya together.

  6. Wesley hasnt played well in this format at all, I was sure he would at least be in the final without the likes of Hikaru, Levon or Fabi. I'm a fan and I wanna see him do well 🙁

  7. Yasser´s complete inability to pronounce certain names correctly baffles me

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