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  • 4 months ago · Quote · #41

    zealandzen

    No problem, Matt. People come and go for many reasons...that's why new members are needed...it's life!

    I've sent you some info. Thanks for your interest!

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #42

    zealandzen

    Relayers/Live Chess Event Presenters on Chess.com:

    The LCP group is always seeking members to relay. We do it for the fun of it and for the members of Chess.com. By relaying you can get a premium membership or a membership extension. It's a win/win situation.

    Relayers:

    • volunteer their time, often 3-6 hours at a stretch, to broadcast live chess games of the world's top players to be seen all over the world on chess.com
    • watch live chess tournaments online and post the moves in the Live arena. 
    • coordinate with other relayers re scheduling, relaying, and communicating tournament/player information
    • provide info to viewers in the chat
    • reliable, responsible, resourceful and enthusiastic! 

    Requirements to become a relayer:

    1) member of chess.com for at least 2 months and active on the site

    2) clear account history (no spamming, cheating, or vulgarity)


    If giving LCP group a try sounds fun to you, say so below or send me a message. TY.

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #43

    zealandzen

    I've been relaying for about 8 months. It's exciting and challenging work. I get to meet fun and reliable people and see the top chess action and share it with chess.com members. LCP group has relayers from all over the world and of all ages. We've just started using Skype to coordinate, which is a great tool for the big tournaments we're about to cover for Chess.com. It's a commitment of 4-6 hours per month, but many relayers put in a multiple of that figure. Because it's rewarding! If this work interests you, please join us. Post here or write to me. Thanks!

  • 9 weeks ago · Quote · #44

    zealandzen

    Fun stuff! 

  • 9 weeks ago · Quote · #45

    mike_tal

    I look at your pic, and I read "Fun stuff!" and I buy it

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #46

    zealandzen

    Hey, Mike! Relaying is indeed fun stuff! Are you interested in presenting the world's top chess games to Chess.com viewers? I'll send you some info since our group LCP/Live Chess Event Presenters is always in need of good people who live in many time zones. Right now we need relayers for the following events that begin on Sunday, 15 September:

    Bilbao Masters Final - 15-20 September

    European Club Cub - 15-19 September 

    There is some training and an account check is done, but someone could be ready to relay in as little as two hours. Chess.com rewards relayers every month with a membership upgrade based on the amount of work completed. And it really is fun!

    Anyone who reads this may send me a message for more information or  apply to the group here:

    http://www.chess.com/groups/home/live-chess-event-presenters

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #47

    zealandzen

    By the way, a new relayer can start training at 10am and be ready to relay at noon. Love of chess and a willingness to trade a few hours for a membership upgrade are all that is required, plus a reliable internet connection. :) Hope you can join us. 

  • 4 weeks ago · Quote · #48

    jaunius13579

    hi

  • 4 weeks ago · Quote · #49

    zealandzen

    Thanks, jaunius13579. I've written to you. 


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