Chess.com University's Live Member Game Analysis Show!
It's time to officially announce Chess.com University's inaugural live TV show:
In this member game analysis show, FM Dalton Perrine and Kairav Joshi will spend an hour analyzing three different games (20 minutes per game). In terms of format and technology, our show is quite similar to Chess.com TV shows. Viewers may ask questions during the show using a chatbox on our Livestream channel.
Whose games get analyzed? Yours! This show is exclusively for Chess.com University members and only games of members will be analyzed. It costs $15 to have a game analyzed in Chess.com University's Member Game Analysis show. Message GeniusKJ on Chess.com if you would like to submit a game.
How much does it cost to view our first show? Nothing! It is free to attend. Video recordings will be available for purchase for those wanting to have permanent access to our first show.
Chess.com University's Member Game Analysis show is scheduled for Sunday, June 29th, 2014 at 3:00 PM Pacific Time (PDT). Show is expected to last one hour.
To attend our Member Game Analysis show, go to our Livestream channel at 3:00 PM PDT on June 29th, 2014:
Once there, you will see a chatbox on the right side of the page. Type something there like "Hi" and click on the blue "Say" button. It will then ask you for a nickname. Enter your Chess.com username and you will be ready to chat!
The three individuals who paid $15 to submit a game may use bold font. Do not change the font color or make any modifications. Chess.com posting policies apply. It's simple. Don't be rude, keep the language clean, and don't spam in the chat.
While the instructors will try to answer as many questions as possible, priority will be given to those asked by individuals who submitted a game for analysis. In order to submit a game, message GeniusKJ and show your interest. You will then receive a reply with a PayPal payment link. Payment methods include PayPal balance or a credit/debit cart. In order to submit the game, you can then copy/paste the text of a PGN file, send the actual PGN file, or a link to the game (if played online).
If you have further questions, you may message Kairav Joshi or comment on this news post.