GM Maurice Ashley heats up the highlights of Day Twos' mad dashing Rapid Rounds Play as GM Wesley So stays on top at the end of Round 6.
The Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour 2017 Players reflect on their former game play and come up with strategies to improve their upcoming games.
The Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour 2017 Players weigh in on who they believe is the Favored to Win.
Grandmaster Ben Finegold analyzes your games and comments on how wrong your assessments have been. See an online player's game against a WIM that he thought he was winning.
Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo (1489) vs. Matthew R Manley (1639), 2016: B12 Caro-Kann, advance variation
ivoryforte vs. rillip3: B01 Scandinavian defence
Ben Dubuque vs. Camelia-Adriana Ciobanu (2182), 2017: B60 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer, Larsen variation
The 2017 Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour is the second stop of the Grand Chess Tour. Today is the first of three days of rapid games. The ten players play nine rapid games and 18 blitz games over five days. Join GMs Yasser Seirawan, Cristian Chirila, Maurice Ashley, Nigel Short, and IM Jovanka Houska for the move-by-move.
GM Maurice Ashley gets the audience up to speed heading into Day Two of the Rapid Rounds with a Day One Recap
Day Two in Leuven Belgium for Rapid Rounds 4-6. This is the second year of Your Next Move being on the Grand Chess Tour Circuit. Tune in with GM Yasser Seirawan, IM Jovanka Houska, Gm Cristian Chirila and GM Maurice Ashley, and GM Nigel Short for some exciting live coverage of the Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour 2017.
YourNextMove is the second leg of the Grand Chess Tour 2017. Join us as we witness live exciting games of Rapid and Blitz in the beautiful city of Leuven. Spectators may not be familiar with Leuven, but you should be. This city was a commercial centre and county capital more than a century before Brussels was even founded. Boasting the largest University in the Benelux Union, the city is a rich piece of European history waiting to be discovered. The participants in the YNM GCT tournament will play 9 games of rapid chess and 18 games of blitz for a total prize fund of $150,000.
Grandmaster Ben Finegold shows three miniatures from Harry Nelson Pillsbury (winner of Hastings 1895) and former world champion Boris Spassky. These games aren't known by heart to many, so impress your friends when you learn them!