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Simultaneous Exhibition against Kasparov: Watch, Attend or Stream

Marek Holeva | October 14, 2011 – 0:46No Comment | 1,267 views
Simultaneous Exhibition against Kasparov: Watch, Attend or Stream

Today (14th October) at 18:00 Garry Kasparov will be demonstrating his chess skills at Bratislava’s Crowne Plaza hotel. If you are interested in more than reading reports of the simultaneous exhibition, you have two different options: Visiting the simul itself and watch famed grandmaster in person, or watching the simul online. You can also stream the event using ChessFriends.com LiveBoard, which will be projecting moves in real time.

Online Stream

All games will be directly broadcast in real time. The can be watched at ChessFriends.com in the Broadcast section. As usual, the spectators will have access to computer analyses of current positions and will be able to discuss games with other viewers.

Visiting the simul

As mentioned above, the exhibition will be played at the Crowne Plaza hotel, located on the Hodžovo square in Bratislava. The entry is free for all visitors.


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Broadcasting the games

The games of the event can be shared and streamed directly into website or blog. The implementation is simple, you just need to embed following HTML code:

<iframe src=”http://news.chessfriends.com/broadcasts/simul-against-kasparov-en.html” scrolling=”auto” frameborder=”0″ width=”600″ height=”552″></iframe>

Inserted HTML code will draw chessboard in nearly any place. The games will be projected into this environment:

 

Also, if you decide to attend, it is possible that you will meet some of ChessFriends.com team members. :)

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