Franks Brilliant Idea 💡! #chess #gothamchess #frank 09.09.2023 Post navigation PreviousNext 293 Comments Comments navigation Newer comments Let's give you a hint. The hint is the answer 😊 Reply Back in the day, my teacher would just make me sit there for an hour till i got it. Now, its just adhd happy hour for tims Reply Fork the when on the king Reply “I’ll give you a hint” and then he basically told him exactly what the move was. 😂 Reply I saw rook e1 instantly Reply I knew it at the start lmao Reply I got it before he said skewer,I was thinking really hard like pausing the vid and thinking! Reply my brother:When u realize d6 bishop can pin king and queen Me:white can just CASTLE Brother:oh yeah Reply Knight to f3 Reply it's a blunder Reply The Queen is aligned with the king Reply maybe rock eats pawn then bishop checkmates? Reply Easy Reply Me wondering wth the move is taking so long Reply Bro I noticed it faster than him so proud of myself 😭 Reply I found the roook atacking the queen pin 3 seconds before frank😂 Reply ITS A PIN! Reply If rook goes to e1, the black pawn will push forward forking the king and rook making a new queen and white queen is forced to take and the queen on e5 takes back and after takes back, its checkmate. Reply Pawn F2…. fork king and rook Reply i would take the pawn with the knight ik rook move is more good but knight takes is also good for attacking and defending checkmate Reply But what about Re1, Pf2, Kxf2, Bc6, Kg3, Nd5 Checkmate for black Reply What if I sac the bishop then take the pawn with the queen then checkmate Reply What if black moved the bishop to c5 after rook e9? Reply if the rock on f1 gose to e1 i would move the bishop on d6 to c5 and then move the bishop to e3 Reply Winning a bishop Reply Rook be like : it time to die queen 😂 Reply But queen b2 is mate Reply Am i the only one who cant stand this kid. He's borderline insufferable Reply Move queen to d3 then move it to du checkmate Reply Ya but after this cant black just give a check with the black bishop and then block it on the next move? Reply Thats a bad love actually bc if enemy he checks with bishup c5 and then block the rook with bishup e3 gives black a slighty better position.Levi messed up a lil Reply Gotham is wrong, that does not win material. Bishop to c5 checks the king, king has to escape to h1, pawn takes g2 and check again, from there on black is just winning. Reply But wouldn't it be stopped by bishob c5 king h1 and bishob e3 Reply Frank is not good at this game and he is overreacting Reply this pains me Reply Guys do I only see the pawn that can fork the king and rook? Cuz if he moves pawn and the king takes he can a bishop attacking queen queen will be trapped so he will have to take and then u take the rook with the queen? Reply Dude if rook pins the queen, white he's mated i.e pawn f2 check, king takes f2, bishop c5 check ,king f3 only move, knight d4 check, king back to f2 only move, knight e2 discovered check mate……..horrible advice from Levy, to pin the queen Reply Why isn't his queen developing Reply I saw Knight from e2 to knight to f3 taking pawn and threatening the queen. Reply He can block with the dark square bishop after the check Reply bishop F7? Reply Take pawn on f7 Reply Rook e1, Pawn f2 (check), King takes pawn, bishop c5 (check), King f1, bishop e3, prevents the pin. Now, the King is exposed to a check, which can get the queen out from the pin. Reply I feel like frank's next video got a line something of.."WHAT A TASTY MACHAREL CHINESE SKEWER" Reply If re1 then f2 Reply Pin is a piece infront of the king being unable to move and a skewer is when the king is infront of a piece and you check the king to get the piece behind the king Reply Honestly I would sacrifice the bishop Reply But you don’t know. I definitely know 😂😂 Reply Re1-😂😂😂.. Queen for his rook! Reply 😂😂😂 Reply Comments navigation Newer comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.