Chess ASMR ♟️ Tal vs Tringov 1964

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1. e4 g6 2. d4 Bg7 3. Nc3 d6 4. Nf3 c6 5. Bg5 Qb6 6. Qd2 Qb2 7. Rb1 Qa3 8. Bc4 Qa5 9. O-O e6 10. Rfe1 a6 11. Bf4 e5 12. de5 de5 13. Qd6 Qc3 14. Red1 Nd7 15. Bf7+ Kf7 16. Ng5+ Ke8 17. Qe6


  1. Great 👍 video! I really liked that you gave extra information about the tournament this game was played in.

  2. Excellent video! May I suggest turning up the volume a bit on your next video? Can't wait to see it!

  3. Great video! You're on the right way 👍👏

  4. Loved the video! Your voice is so relaxing☺️

  5. Nice video! Let's see if it's gonna be a first video as a beginning of a new and good chess asmrtist

  6. Perfect! It was relaxing while informative. Thank you!

  7. Such an awesome vid!!! Love it! ❤️ Waiting and hoping for the next one!! 🙏🏼🙏🏼

  8. Very nice👌, some nice piece capture sounds and ur golden

  9. I Will support this channel with all My Heart from Now on 🙂

  10. Great Video! I would love if it was a bit longer and to me, chess videos are always better softly spoken, because it's easier to understand 🙂 but that's of course a matter of taste 😀

  11. Just watched this video of yours, very nice, love it! I heard you sayin Mikhail's second name as taļ with a soft l, making it sound like ljy, as a fellow Latvian, just like Mikhail was, his last name is pronnounced with a long a, no ļ, so more like Mihail Tāl, but if you reaaly want to get it correctly, go for Mihails Tāls, (ā, like a long a, when your dentists says to go ahhh) Dont worry, Latvian is a hard language, foreigners rarely get it right by themselves 🙂

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