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Live Games from IIFLW Mumbai

by Sagar Shah - 31/01/2016

The IIFLW Mumbai Open and Junior tournaments are held from the 28th of January to 5th of February 2015. It is one of the highest prize money tournaments in the world for the junior section. Over here you can follow the live games of the open section which begins at 9.30 a.m and the junior section which starts at 4.30 p.m. Enjoy the encounters with unique features like Livebook and top class Engine Analysis.

The IIFLW Mumbai Chess tournament is being held in Mount Litera school from the 28th of January to 5th of February 2016. There are two events that are being simultaneously held. The Open tournament and the juniors (under-13) event.

The Juniors event has a record prize fund of Rs 7,50,000, which is the highest ever for such an age category event in the world. 


Shardul Gagare (2497) is the top seed in the open section

The Open tournament which has stars like Shardul Gagare, GM Swapnil Dhopade, IM Stany, IM Akshat Khamparia begins at 9.30 a.m every day. You can watch the top nine boards in the first screen below.

Mohammad Fahad (2278) from Bangladesh is the top seed in the junior section

The Junior event live broadcast is showcased under the open event and you can follow the top nine games there from 4.30 p.m onwards. In case the games are too much you can always click on the minus (-) button on the top of the menu to reduce the number of games.

You can watch the entire game here with the following features:
1. Livebook to see the games that have been played before in the same line
2. Engine analysis
3. A bar which tells you instant evaluation of the position
4. Download PGN file
5. The + sign at the top gives you the option to follow more games from the event
6. You can share the game on facebook and other social networks


Live games of Open event (games begin at 9.30 a.m)


Live games of Junior (u-13) event (games begin at 4.30 p.m.)

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