Susan is one of my favorite chess commentators because she is able to describe ideas on the board in a way that players of all levels can understand. I think this allows a wider audience to be engaged by not talking over anyone's head, while still describing very complex ideas on the board. I think her analysis has been spot-on and she anticipates a variety of moves and strategies. I especially like that she is not dependent on the "computer suggestions" and shares her own thoughts freely. During the World Championships, many members of my Philadelphia Chess Club commented that they preferred Susan's commentary. I would switch channels when she was not the host.
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