Andrew Tate explains how chess will improve your life

Andrew Tate learned chess at a young age from his father, the late Master Emory Tate. In this interview he explains how learning the game helped shaped his view on life for the better.

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  1. I had to sacrifice the Queen in mid game 😒

  2. Quick question – is facing rape and trafficking charges considered a "shit life"?

  3. 2 things: 1. this is a paul morphy game, nice. 2. tate is absolutely babbling this is so stupid.

  4. The pawn working for you then works you. He become fuc**ng transgender

  5. Remember king is technically weaker than pawns at a bunch of points in the game. Don’t care if they are important you want to push them to the side (castling). it’s just a bad metaphor.

  6. Explain about queen trades and promotion

  7. Life is not chess. This man is an idiot. Listen to him if you want to have a sad life. The only reason it "works" for him, is because he got loaded by extorting people

  8. And then the worker pawn becomes your 2nd queen

  9. I like how there is like a woman in the backview πŸ˜‚

  10. He was close. In chess you are all the pieces at one time. You need to learn how to morph and change to fit the situations πŸ˜‰ you can also use you know other pieces on the board as representations of people around you and situations

  11. I feel puzzled why people always see chess as similar to real life while missing very important real life factors..

  12. For anyone who's smart enough to know that Andrew Taint is an unga-bunga-brained moron, here are some actual life lesson chess can teach you:

    Sometimes the best way to succeed is not to strive for a specific outcome, but to simply make small improvements that are conducive to success.

    Absolute responsibility – there's no element of chance in chess. Whether you win or lose is decided by you alone.

    Failure is good. You learn a lot more from a game you lose than one you win. Also helps with humility (unless you're Andrew Taint).

  13. What he says is correct but not right

  14. Nxb5, cxb5; Bxb5+, Nbd7; 0-0-0!, Rd8; Rxd7, Rxd7; Rd1, Qe6; Bxd7+, Nxd7; Qb8+, Nxb8; Rd8#

    Classic line from the classic Opera Game :)))

  15. pawns are the most loyal- there is more wisdom in that

  16. but why would a good woman choose a man who human trafficks other women πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  17. You'll be playing plenty of chess in a Romanian prison. I'm sure your queen will still "obey you" while your there.

  18. What a narcissistic view of life…he's basically saying everyone's value is measured by how useful they are to him.

  19. So… he really know nothing about chess… not unexpected. If someone makes money, being famous for being rich then he might not have anything else to show underneath

  20. Listen to the comments kids, not the person yapping 😭

  21. Conclusion: "he doesn't know shit"πŸ˜‚

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