The February Chess Underground examines the intrigue and excitement surrounding the upcoming resumption of the 2020 Candidates Tournament in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Host Pete Karagianis takes an in-depth look at some of the matchups that may impact who ultimately goes on to challenge World Champion Magnus Carlsen. We also consider the major storylines and possibilities, including how such an unprecedent set of circumstances may affect the second half of the tournament.
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EP #32 - IM Eric Rosen
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EP #31 - Epiphany Peters
53:25The October Chess Underground checks in with Epiphany Peters, who streams under the name "marichess." Epiphany offers her insights on the journey to achieving the NM title as well as what it takes to be a strong bullet player, while also sharing stories from her stream, life, music, and much more! Listen to the show and catch up with Epiphany via the Twitch or Youtube links below... which include a chess-themed musical composition! Twitch: twitch.tv/marichess YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/epiphanypeters Giuoco Piano (chess-themed composition): Giuoco (piano)
EP# 30: Aakaash Meduri
1:24:31What do DAOs, Bansky, bachelorette parties, derivative art, classic Kung Fu movies and a post-apocalyptic landscape have in common? They're all discussed on this month's Chess Underground with Aakaash Meduri. Listen now! Follow Aaakaash: - Twitch: https://twitch.tv/aakaash - Twitter: https://twitter.com/AakaashMeduri See what we talked about: - ggplot: https://jkunst.com/blog/posts/2015-10-30-visualizing-chess-data-with-ggplot/ - Art Blocks: https://beta.artblocks.io/
EP #29: Gopal Menon
56:17The August edition of the Chess Underground sits down with national master, vegan, blitz GM, long doggo lover and lowkey memelord Gopal Menon. Gopal goes deep on current chess literature, chess and academia, opening traps, content creation inspiration, and much more. Catch up with Gopal via the following socials: https://www.youtube.com/user/gmenon https://twitter.com/GopalMenon11 http://twitch.tv/professordaddi Links to full games mentioned in the show: Zhu v. Ehlvest Liang v. Kumar Ehlvest v. Ivanchuk
EP #28: WFM Devina Devagharan
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EP #27: James Canty III
49:08The June edition of "Chess Underground" continues our season 3 theme, “Streamers”, with a sit-down with James Canty III. James discusses his aspirations, hypothetical chess-boxing matchups, inspiration, and much more! Listen to the show and check out all of James’ content below. YT: https://www.youtube.com/jamescantyiii Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/gmcanty Twitter: https://twitter.com/gmcanty
EP #26: IM Levy Rozman
1:05:31Season 3 of the Chess Underground – themed “Streamers” – starts off with none other than Gothamchess himself, IM Levy Rozman. Follow all of Levy’s work via Twitch or YouTube.
EP #25: Transitions
39:17In this month's edition of the Chess Underground, host Pete Karagianis reviews the Candidates finish, recaps season 3 “Tournament Life” and introduces a very exciting season 4 of the podcast.
EP #24: Dr. Judit Sztaray
50:35Chess Underground wraps up its second season - "Tournament Life" - with a visit with super-TD Judit Sztaray. No topic is off limits, and Judit weighs in across the board on chess organizing, fair play, a return to OTB chess, and Peter Leko's recent comedy streak.
EP #23: The Candidates
44:43The February Chess Underground examines the intrigue and excitement surrounding the upcoming resumption of the 2020 Candidates Tournament in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Host Pete Karagianis takes an in-depth look at some of the matchups that may impact who ultimately goes on to challenge World Champion Magnus Carlsen. We also consider the major storylines and possibilities, including how such an unprecedent set of circumstances may affect the second half of the tournament.