Chess strategy explained with Fischer Random on lichess.org (3:53:56) 'Streamed live on Sep 28, 2020'
The description says,
No opening theory, just pure chess strategy & tactics with Chess 960 / Fischer Random Chess. I aim to provide as lucid / honest an explanation as possible of my thinking process and the ideas behind the moves rather than just streaming live games.
The games were played at time control '3+3' (three minutes per game plus three seconds per move). NM Bennett spends much of the three minutes explaining the first moves, then gets into time pressure, then plays quickly to avoid time forfeit. All in all it's good entertainment and debunks the frequent criticism -- dare we call it a myth?-- that chess960 is too esoteric for expert commentary.
There is more chess960 material on the same channel, including some videos in Spanish. None of it has as high a view count as it merits.
A second reason for featuring this video is that it popped up on Google search with the following annotation.
I had never seen 'key moments in this video' before and will take a closer look on my main blog. The 'key moments' here aren't really key; I would prefer the start times of each of the live games, but I'm not sure it's possible to do that.