Phil and Robin offer a brief summary of the latest two games of Ding Liren vs Ian Nepomniachtchi, and then go into detail of the context this World Championship can be placed in, and what it means for chess going forward.
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S5 Ep5: Zwischenzugs & Rock & Roll
44:42Twitter Facebook Twitch YouTube Website Phil is joined by WIM Natasha Regan and Matt Ball, co-authors of 'Zwischenzug!', a new course on Chessable. Find out how much looking at the little in-between bits has been inspired by other games, and how much it's inspired them in their own chess. Natasha on twitter Matt on twitter
S5 Ep4: There Was An Audible Hush - World Championship round-up
45:05Twitter Facebook Twitch YouTube Website Phil is joined by England performance coach, snooker fan, and token Frenchman Benji Portheault to round off our series on the 2023 World Chess Championship. Please also see below for details of Benji's new mindfulness series for tournament players: Isabelle Choko Benji's new course
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S5 Ep3: The Cannonball and the Cannibal - Games 10-11 Recap
33:45Twitter Facebook Twitch YouTube Website Phil and Robin offer a brief summary of the latest two games of Ding Liren vs Ian Nepomniachtchi, and then go into detail of the context this World Championship can be placed in, and what it means for chess going forward.
S5 Ep2: From A Game Theory Perspective - Games 5-9 Recap
34:22Twitter Facebook Twitch YouTube Website This time Phil and Robin are joined by Dan Gallagher to dissect the middle tranche of games in the 2023 World Chess Championship. How exciting has it been, gang! Dan's twitter is @BishopPair.
S4 Ep1: He Lived in a Suitcase
46:11Twitter Facebook Twitch YouTube Website For the brand new Season 4, Jon and Phil are joined by new semi-regular panellist Rhys Cumming to discuss the Carlsen-Niemann furore, what it says about the modern game, and why chess seemingly always seems to eat itself.
S3 Ep27: On The Floor in Dublin
34:47Twitter Facebook Twitch YouTube Website Well, then. Magnus Carlsen has confirmed that he won't be retaining his World Championship crown in 2023. Phil and Robin round up the Candidates in the knowledge that the top two now qualify for a title match, and ask what Magnus's abdication means for chess.