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Defending World Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand of India competes against challenger Magnus Carlsen of Norway in the 2013 World Chess Championship held in Chennai, India. Vishy is currently ranked #8 in the world, while Magnus is ranked #1. Will Viswanathan Anand retain his title, or will the 22-year-old Norwegian chess prodigy, Magnus Carlsen, become the new World Chess Champion? The event will be livestreamed at http://twitch.tv/ChessNetwork with Round 1 beginning November 9th at 4:30AM EST (9:30AM GMT)
As always, excellent livestream Jerry, the best one around imho. Also, thumbs up for the new feature on twitch: finally I can set up a lower resolution and preserve my bandwidth :) :)
Www.vg.no , you can watch the games online on this site
Carlsen states that Anand does not fear him!
How to watch the live game..
semi slav ?
Chess game show: OK! Today's pop quiz guestion of the year. One half second time limit only. His last name starts with the letter (A). Can you guess who he is? Ready...set...GO!
Cool! Thanks Jerry! Exciting times for chess! :)
I made this schedule that shows you the game start times in your own time zone:
Things have gotten to get right. Who has been truly the best chess player in the world for the past at least 2-3 years? Carlsen. One thing is to hold the Champion's title, and another is to prove from a tournament to a tournament who's the best. In recent memory (ok, maybe not so recent - since the mid of 1970's) only two world champions have been consistently destroing the competition for years - Karpov and Kasparov. That's absolutely pity once Fischer reached the top, he immediately gave up chess... Back to nowadays - Carlsen must use this great opportunity and make it "official". On the other hand, I hope Anand would put up a good fight. I also hope the match will finish in regulation - 12 games.
Ok, I got it. Twitch doesn't work on android the way I though it would. If using pc I can see most recent videos and I can follow channel, but through android I can't see anything. I will test it out when chesssnetwork will be streaming live.
I still can't fint chessnetwork channel. Maybe I'll find him when he will be streaming live.
@QD: Just type in "chess" and hopefully you should find it, that's what I did.
How do I find your chanel through twitch app on android? I typed chessnetwork in search but got no results
Ich freue mich auf diese Weltmeisterschaft! Sie erinnert mich an diejenige von Fischer - Spassky in den 70ern, als sogar Nicht-Schachspieler vom Fieber gepackt wurden ....
Awesome. I was hoping you'd put your commentary on YouTube. This makes me happy.
thanks looking forward to sat!!
Looking forward to follow your livestream!
Thanks in advance Jerry, judging from your past work I expect good stuff.
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