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” So It is a chilly January evening in 2024, and the online chess community was buzzing with excitement. A highly anticipated match was about to begin on Chess.com, between two skilled players known as ‘beef_lasagna’ and ‘AayushT8594’. Both were well-known for their strategic prowess and had been dominating the online chess world for the past few months.
The event was set to start at 8 pm sharp, and chess enthusiasts from all over the world had logged in to witness the showdown between these two titans. The game had a time control of 600 seconds, and it was expected to be a long and intense battle.
As the clock struck 8, the game began. Beef_lasagna, playing as white, made the first move with b3. AayushT8594 responded with e5, and the game was off to a slow start. The first few moves were cautious, with both players trying to gain control of the center of the board.
But as the game progressed, it became clear that AayushT8594 had the upper hand. His moves were calculated and precise, while beef_lasagna seemed to be struggling to keep up. AayushT8594’s patience paid off when he trapped beef_lasagna’s queen with a clever move, leaving his opponent in a difficult position.
As the game reached its midway point, AayushT8594 had a clear advantage. But beef_lasagna was not ready to give up just yet. He fought back with all his might, trying to find a way to turn the tables. However, AayushT8594’s strong defense and strategic moves proved to be too much for him.
With just a few minutes left on the clock, AayushT8594 made a bold move with his knight. Beef_lasagna saw this as an opportunity to attack and took the knight, but it turned out to be a fatal mistake. AayushT8594 had planned ahead and used this move to set up a checkmate.
Realizing that there was no way to escape defeat, beef_lasagna resigned, and AayushT8594 emerged as the victor. The chat box exploded with congratulatory messages for AayushT8594, and he was hailed as the new champion of online chess.
Beef_lasagna, although disappointed with his loss, graciously congratulated AayushT8594 on his well-deserved win. The two players exchanged a few friendly words, and the game ended on a positive note.
The match between beef_lasagna and AayushT8594 became the talk of the online chess community for weeks to come. Both players had put on an impressive display of skill and sportsmanship, and their game was studied and analyzed by chess enthusiasts all over the world.
From that day on, AayushT8594 was considered as one of the best players in the online chess world, and beef_lasagna was determined to come back stronger and reclaim his title. The event had not only been a thrilling game of chess but had also brought together players from different parts of the world, united by their love for the game.”
How to earn money by online chess streaming part 2.
In furtherance to our latest coverage on the scope of earning in 2024 via online chess streaming this is part 2 of the series to demonstrate it practically.
Even a non chess background can delve deeper along with www.newsspace.in with this live sample to get a knack of it. The ratings of this live chess streaming sample is optimized at rating range of 1200 to make it understandable for even an intermediate level chess player.
Here is a sample game of one of our chess experts to explain our readers the abstract notion.
Event Beef_lasagna( of country name not mentioned as the blog is for learning purpose) vs. India (The country name is mentioned here as it is a chance for the intellectuals to represent their country too.)”[Site “Chess.com”][Date “2024-01-19”] [White “Beef_llLasagna”][Black “AayushT8594”] [Result “0-1”][WhiteElo “1194”][BlackElo “1245”][TimeControl “600”]
- b3 e5 2. Bb2 Nc6 3. e3 d5 4. Bb5 Bd6 5. Bxc6+ bxc6 6. Ne2 Ba6 7. d3 Nf6 8.
O-O Qd7 9. Nd2 Ng4 10. Nf3 e4 11. dxe4 dxe4 12. Nh4 Bxh2+ 13. Kh1 Qxd1 14. Raxd1
Bxe2 15. Bxg7 Rg8 16. f3 Bxd1 17. fxg4 Bxg4 18. Kxh2 Rxg7 19. Kg3 Be2+ 0-1.
Here is an easiest sample of this short PGN(Portable Graphic Notations) articulated above.[Event “beef_lasagna vs. “Indian Player “]
And so the Indian player won by resignation”. As far as the heading of this blog goes here is a way ob how to reproduce the same as an online chess streamer. ( By the way GM Hikaru Nakamura started with live chess streaming and is giving a devil’s own time to even the Mozart Of Chess, Magnus Carlsen, since long. His life lesson is worth a never ending dopamine shot of inspiration in this field) .
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“Certainly! So here is a narrative-style summary
In this game, beef_lasagna played with the white pieces and started with the move b3, initiating the Nimzo-Larsen Attack. The Indian Player AayushT8594 responded with e5, and the game quickly transformed into an open position.
Beef_lasagna continued their development by playing e3, while AayushT8594 developed their knight to c6. This was followed by beef_lasagna pushing the bishop to b2. AayushT8594 chose to develop the bishop to d6, solidifying their position.
Beef_lasagna decided to capture AayushT8594’s knight with their bishop – Bxc6. AayushT8594 recaptured with the pawn, maintaining their pawn structure. Beef_lasagna then developed their knight to e2, while AayushT8594 countered by developing their bishop to a6, putting pressure on the weak f1 square.
The game proceeded with beef_lasagna playing d3, preparing to castle kingside, and AayushT8594 continued development, preparing to castle as well. Beef_lasagna castled kingside, and AayushT8594 opted to bring their queen to d7.
Beef_lasagna further developed their knight to d2, and AayushT8594 made a strong move by attacking the f2 square with their knight. Beef_lasagna defended f2 with the knight, and AayushT8594 played an excellent move by pushing their e pawn to e4, opening up the center.
Beef_lasagna responded by capturing the pawn on e4 with their knight, and AayushT8594 recaptured with the pawn. This exchange opened up the white king’s position and left the white knight on d2 pinned against the king.
Beef_lasagna attempted to counterattack by moving the knight to h4, but AayushT8594 sacrificed their bishop with a check on h2, gaining time to develop their pieces.
Beef_lasagna captured the bishop with their rook, and AayushT8594 exchanged queens, simplifying the position while also gaining material advantage. With the white king exposed and with several piece imbalances, AayushT8594’s position continued to improve.
Beef_lasagna tried to create complications by sacrificing their knight on g7, but AayushT8594 calmly captured the knight with their bishop, further materializing their advantage. The rook on g7 was captured by the white bishop, but it did not save beef_lasagna from losing more material.
AayushT8594 moved their king to safety and continued to increase their material advantage. Beef_lasagna attempted a last-ditch effort by checking the black king with their bishop, but AayushT8594’s king easily evaded any danger.
The position became heavily in favor of AayushT8594, who had a significant material advantage. Recognizing the hopeless situation, beef_lasagna decided to resign, and AayushT8594 emerged as the winner of the game.
Overall, the Indian Player showcased excellent strategic play, capitalizing on the weaknesses in the white camp and effectively converting their material advantage into a victory. Well played!”.
So here we leave for part 3 ending this blog here to hone this into a living in part 3 of the series.
“Oh Messi reverses the tackle, back pass ohhh – AND GOAL”. :Chess streaming can be far more challenging because the online commentator or a live steamer sometimes has to foresee ten -twenty moves beyond. Nevertheless if the game is between players lower than his/her ratings even an average match or let’s say an under 16 tournament can be streamed to earn money.