Maurice Ashley rounds up Bilbao today!

10/8/2011 – This afternoon from New York, at 4 PM EST and 10 PM Paris, the dynamic and popular commentator GM Maurice Ashley will be the guest host of the Bilbao round up show on Playchess, where he will not only summarize the action of the day, but he will also take questions from the spectators. This show is free for Premium subscribers so consider upgrading if you haven't already. Don't miss it!

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GM Maurice Ashley rounds up Bilbao

This afternoon from New York, at 4 PM EST and 10 PM Paris, GM Maurice Ashley will be the guest host of the Bilbao round up show on Playchess, where he will not only summarize the action of the day and give his views on the games, but he will also take questions from the spectators. Expect him to also give his views on the players as well as how their tournament until now. This show is free for Premium subscribers or can be purchased seperately if you only have a basic subscription. Note that the difference is a mere 20 Euros a year (less than two Euros a month), so consider upgrading if you haven't already.

 

Maurice Ashley is is an International Grandmaster well known for his dynamic brand of chess commentary and effective coaching style. He was a commentator for the Anand-Kasparov World Championship match as well as all of Kasparov‘s epic computer matches.

 

He is also the author of the best-selling Chessbase DVDs The Secret to Chess (aka Aikido Chess) and the newly released three-volume What Grandmasters Don't See.

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