If you go to our main news page you see a section with the title "Live Tournaments" to the right of the main story.
As we write these lines the four most important tournaments that are being broadcast are the following:
The German Chess Bundesliga, with more world class players than you can count
The Danish Team Championship, also with top 2500-2600 players
The Lithuanian Team Championship, also with 2500-2600 GMs
The Georgian Women's Championship, with some top female players
Clicking on any of the links on the right side of the news page will take you to the live broadcast of the event. These are the most-watched tournaments that Playchess is currently broadcasting.
If the tournament you are looking for in not in the list you can go to our Live Broadcast page and will probably find them there.
Clicking on an event, e.g. the Georgian Women's Championship, with produce a board with the top three games (or just one game, if you are watching with a smartphone).
Clicking on one of the small boards or one of the games in the list will transfer it to the main board.
At the bottom you have links to all the rounds played so far – and to other interesting events
Of particular interest is the link "Analysis". Is shows you that 27 games from this event have been analysed and annotated by a very powerful computer. Clicking on a game in the list that appears will open it on the large board:
Note that there are didactic opening notes, tactical analysis, threats, better lines – all given in natural language. Diagrams are inserted in key positions.
The evaluation bar below the notation indicates how the game went for the two players. Here Black went down around move 58. Clicking on the evaluation bar itself will take you to where it all happened.
So basically you can watch all the action from around the world with a few clicks:
It is so simple, and provides such a lot of chess enjoyment.