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Learning from watching games
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Learning from watching games
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Learning from watching games
Hi I was wondering if anyone watches a lot of games and picks up new positions and also why it's so much easier to see mistakes and blunders when your bit playing. Thanks
Magnus Carlsen and Hikaru Nakamura post a lot of games on YouTube, great viewing if you want to pick up tips. 
Hi thanks a lot . I will check it out . What do you think of Magnus in the top 5 ever . He really interests me . Fisher was also brilliant. For me I always felt Kasparov was the best ever but it's so hard to to say . Thanks for the tips have a great day
>What do you think of Magnus in the top 5 ever

Absolutely, there's a reason he is the current Rapid, Blitz & World Champion.  I like how casual he is too.
Hi thanks so much and yes I agree he's very casual about it . I truely luv the way he pushes pawns and plays . I watched him in a amazing queen pawn end game in current tournament and it was fantastic .