Indian Yogis vs Blitz | Who has their eyes set on the Semis? | Quarterfinal 4 | Pro Chess League

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  1. Who's in charge of switching boards? Because they're chronically lagging behind the commentators (if they're not in charge of it, why not?)

  2. Great commentators and great chess; as always!

  3. Boyer declining repetition against Nihal, in an equal rook endgame, was a big mistake. Down on time, he should have taken it. Nihal being the trickster he is, just converted it in like 5 moves.

  4. It's funny that Danny doesn't no the difference between the rossolimo and the Moscow 😅

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