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.


  1. Yeah he is right but also remember that you win in chess depending on how good you are with the pieces so if you are shit the pieces are also shitty as well be a better person

  2. Queen should obey the king…tells a lot about his brain

  3. Look at the woman trying desperately to make a cameo in the background here. Pay attention men, this is true value.

  4. Imagine if you have four beautiful queens, you'll never lose!

  5. Repent and turn to the lord Jesus Christ and you will have eternal life ✝️🙏

  6. disagree pawns are some of the most important pieces, they remain with the king in the endgame truly loyal

  7. Andrew Tate and Tristian Tate are the savior of this generation. If dont exist in this generation then there might be huge problem.

  8. MF Tate. This game is invented by Indians/Hindus.
    Better you should learn some manners.

  9. Have a look at my chess channel…
    Its the best chess channel

  10. What if i choose another king? Jancel tate lgtv,free palpatine

  11. and another life lesson is you can make your little worker (pawn) into a queens and you can have a harem of queens!

  12. Chess is fun, and if you think about it, chess is like a lot of things in life

  13. So do the pawns just suddenly have identity Existential crisis when they make it to the other side of the board and possibly turn Trans does this mean Andrew Tate Coming out the closet🙀

  14. living proof that playing good chess does not mean being intelligent

  15. Fun fact Tate is accualy good AT chess even that board Herr Looks goofy

  16. This is the worst explaination
    If you are the king and your wife is the queen, then you are the worst piece of all the pieces. Some people will say, that the king is the most valuable piece, but the king actually gets useful in the end game, and not in early or middle game.

  17. The final position is from the opera house morphy game. Morphy ends up sacking on B5, castling the queen side, then sacking the queen for the checkmate.

  18. And sometimes you just get another queen because fuck the other one

  19. You know somehow this actually makes sense

  20. Blud isn't even a master
    And he still brings his dead dad saying hes a grandmaster

  21. Sometimes you have to sack the queen to promote a pawn to a queen

  22. He also forgot to mention that if a pawn makes it across the board, it becomes a queen. So if you play your cards right, you can have an additional girlfriend or concubine 😉

  23. A pawn can always promote tho, don’t just treat pawns like they’re only a paycheck, they can become a queen or knight for you with enough time and dedication.

  24. I prefer the view that the "king" is not the ruler, but the representation of the future generations of the society.

  25. And sometimes you have … SACRIFICE THE QUEEN !!!

  26. as a muslim a can have 4 queens nobody can beat me in chess

  27. I always thought of life like this..
    I am actually a pawn.. I have to be loyal to the king and work hard and make the right moves.. in my life there will be the queen the rook the bishop..all good acquaintances thatll help me in my journey to ultimately become a "queen" piece myself. To become the most powerful chess piece , not the most important.


  28. Now it’s very obvious that he is related to the botez sisters

  29. This is insightful prose. I read a book with related ideas that was utterly revelatory. "Game Theory and the Pursuit of Algorithmic Fairness" by Jack Frostwell

  30. At the end of the day the king and pawns go in the same box
    -Halo forward unto dawn

  31. I muted the video to avoid brain damage from hearing this memetic hazard.

  32. And who is the player that moves the pieces ?

  33. If pawns rep people who aren’t loyal who you can use and main pieces are people who you trust who are loyal, pawns can become mains later in the game too

  34. He sounds confident, but really hes just talking out of his ass. He doesnt know the first thing about chess.

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