33 min

EP.102 - World Championship report with IM Eric Rosen and IM Kostya Kavutskiy Perpetual Chess Podcast

On a rest day (after Game 8) for the World Championship in London, friends of the podcast (and previous guests)  IMs Eric Rosen and Kostya Kavutskiy were nice enough to take some time and give Perpetual listeners a taste of what its like to be attending, reporting, and photographing the dramatic, ongoing World Chess Championship between GMs Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana. This episode is meant to have more of a "breaking news" feeling than your typical Perpetual Chess interview, so it's a shorter interview, but we covered a lot of ground.  To wit:
What was the mood like at the venue in Game 8 as Fabiano Caruana missed his best chance for a win over Magnus Carlsen? What openings might we see in the remaining games? 
Is there a clear rooting interest among the people attending the match? Does either player have more vocal fans?
What are the conditions like for spectators? What about for photographers like Eric Rosen and his colleagues?
 IM Kostya Kavutskiy has done some great write-ups and game analysis for US Chess for the games that he has attended, while Eric Rosen has taken over the US Chess twitter account in addition to taking great photos like this one,.  You can keep up with their great content in the following places: 
Kostya Kavutskiy's twitter account, Kostya's Youtube Channel
Eric Rosen's twitter account and Eric's Youtube Channel
To support the podcast or purchase a limited edition Perpetual Chess t-shirt or hoodie, go here and/or here, respectively.  

On a rest day (after Game 8) for the World Championship in London, friends of the podcast (and previous guests)  IMs Eric Rosen and Kostya Kavutskiy were nice enough to take some time and give Perpetual listeners a taste of what its like to be attending, reporting, and photographing the dramatic, ongoing World Chess Championship between GMs Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana. This episode is meant to have more of a "breaking news" feeling than your typical Perpetual Chess interview, so it's a shorter interview, but we covered a lot of ground.  To wit:
What was the mood like at the venue in Game 8 as Fabiano Caruana missed his best chance for a win over Magnus Carlsen? What openings might we see in the remaining games? 
Is there a clear rooting interest among the people attending the match? Does either player have more vocal fans?
What are the conditions like for spectators? What about for photographers like Eric Rosen and his colleagues?
 IM Kostya Kavutskiy has done some great write-ups and game analysis for US Chess for the games that he has attended, while Eric Rosen has taken over the US Chess twitter account in addition to taking great photos like this one,.  You can keep up with their great content in the following places: 
Kostya Kavutskiy's twitter account, Kostya's Youtube Channel
Eric Rosen's twitter account and Eric's Youtube Channel
To support the podcast or purchase a limited edition Perpetual Chess t-shirt or hoodie, go here and/or here, respectively.  

33 min