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I have very much benefitted from Simon Williams' "Longer Games" playlist, where he plays various opponents with 15 minutes per side, all the while sharing about what he is thinking. But are there other playlists like this? I am not looking for blitz games, but games of at least 10-minutes per side.

I am aware there are many video commentaries on grandmaster games, but I am looking specifically for games that are being commented on real-time by one of the players himself/herself.

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I am sure this answer only scratches the surface of what you are asking for but here are some video narrations by the player for games of 10 minutes or longer.

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  • I second these videos. They are awesome. I would only add agadmator (youtube.com/channel/UCL5YbN5WLFD8dLIegT5QAbA). He goes over GM games, and not in much detail as the above videos, but explains the fight in a very clear, succinct way.
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    May 15 at 2:59
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    @rougon I'm a fan but the OP asked for games where the player comments on video live during the player's own games, so Agadmator's recaps of GM games doesn't meet the criteria (though I also find them valuable) May 15 at 3:00
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    Personally, I have found Levy Rozman's more comedic material surprisingly helpful as well (mostly because it is much, much better at keeping my attention than more serious content, and he does throw in some useful principles with the jokes).
    – Kevin
    May 16 at 7:45
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Perhaps a bit dated - but also consider https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP6ry1xoWJL5aiO8LxVabuw or similar

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YouTube search: Eric Rosen Chess.

The guy's really good and some of his longer games he takes the time to do this, and some of the times he doesn't. I've seen what this guy can do and how fast he can think. I've managed to learn a few things from him, despite his games being so far above my skill level.

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