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    • What are your thoughts on Chess TV?

      Chess TV includes live chess tournaments, and live chess analgys. Chess TV also includes people solving the daily puzzle and so on. Chess TV's problems happen to be lag and slowness. The video won't keep up or it loads forever. (I found this out... | Read More

      • husky123
      • | Mar 14, 2015
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    • Top 6 Reasons to Watch ChessTV's Old School Analysis with Uncle Yermo!

      I'm basically a freewheeling guy with a show, you know! #1 The show! Looking for a rich chess experience? Grandmaster Alexander Yermolinsky starts a new ChessTV series tonight on the lives and games of World Champions! Part One: Wilhelm ... | Read More

      • zealandzen
      • | Jan 5, 2015
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    • Wow! It's 4 YEARS Since the Launch of the Chess.com/TV Group!

      [Blog History]      Just last week, on November 11th, was the 4thAnniversary of the genesis of the Official Chess.com/TV Group, with its official “launch” anniversary being Dec. 15th. From its conception, the Group and Chess.com/TV became... | Read More

    • Chess.com TV

      Chess.com is in the first days of rolling out a new and exciting product: internet chess television. Last Monday, we had our first test broadcast with the chess.com community invited to watch live. Erik gave a short message to the community, and t... | Read More

    • Carlsen again fails to cause Anand problems with white in World Championship Game 3

      Magnus Carlsen and Viswanathan Anand drew the third game of their title match in Chennai after 51 moves and just over 4 hours of play. Carlsen again repeated his choice of the Reti but got little or nothing from the opening and even admitted that ... | Read More