By Brian SmithCBC NewsRead moreA group of chess grandmasters has announced plans to play their own chess-related show to coincide with the grandmaster ranking event.CBC News has learned the chess program, Chess Theory, will be broadcast on CBC’s Power Play program.
The show will be hosted by the British chess champion Garry Kasparov and will take place in Toronto on Saturday, March 12 at 9:30 p.m.
The event is not a chess competition, but a chess program that brings together top chess players from across the world for a chat with host Kaspar.
“It is going to be a very interesting and interesting project, and I am going to do the best I can to get the game to the audience and make it a great show,” said Karim Karimovic, one of the hosts of the show.
The program will be produced by Canadian chess master Garry Kasperov, and will include interviews with the top chess grand masters, chess expert Nigel Short, and world chess champion Boris Gelfand.
The chess show will also include interviews and analysis with players and commentators, including former world champion Garry Carlsen, former world number one Magnus Carlsen and former world #2 Magnus Carlqvist.
The programming, as well as Kaspar’s own chess play, will also feature a special edition of Chess Theory in which the audience will get a chance to see Kaspar and the players in action.
“Chess theory is really one of those subjects that people don’t want to discuss, so the program is going have a lot of interesting conversations,” said Garry Kasporovic, a world number two chess player.
“So this is something that we’ve always wanted to do.”
Kasper has been a chess grand master for 17 years and is also the current world number three.
He has won the chess championship nine times.CBC’s PowerPlay is a popular programming platform for CBC and other media in Canada, and has been broadcasting since 2011.
The show was recently renewed for a second season.
The Chess Theory program is the brainchild of Kasparovic and his wife, Katerina, and Karimarici’s father, Igor.
They first met when they were children playing with their father and grandfather.
Karimarice, a former world chess grand champion, is currently ranked number two on the U.S. world chess list.
His winning percentage in the last seven grandmasters tournaments has been around 65 per cent, and he has the best win percentage in history.
Karimov has also played a lot in the chess world.
His father, Sergei Karimov, is the world number 10 and a former Russian national chess champion.
Karima is the grandson of a former Soviet leader, and is considered a leader in the country’s chess community.
He is the owner of a team in the Canadian Chess Association.
Karametov is also a chess coach and is known for his work with younger players.
He played his first professional game at the age of 14.
The announcement of the new Chess Theory show comes after a year of speculation about the future of the chess event.
In the summer of 2018, the organization that runs the event, the Federation of Canadian Chess Clubs, announced it would be cancelling the event due to budget cuts.
The federation said the show was a “critical part of the Canadian chess community.”CBC News was also told the event was to be scaled back from 20,000 spectators to 5,000.
Karisma said the federation and the chess community had made it clear to him that the event would not happen and that he would have to rethink the way the event is produced and promoted.
“The reason why the federation has decided to cancel it is because we can’t get the money,” Karisma said.
“The money was already there, it was just not used to create a program that is really unique and exciting.”
The chess program will also be produced for CBC by the Canadian television network Power Play.
Power Play, which is owned by CBC parent company Rogers Communications, also produces the CBC sports program, Hockey Night in Canada.
Power Play is a new sports programming platform that will provide Canadian sports fans with sports programming tailored to their personal preferences.
The new Power Play programming, announced Monday, will focus on the upcoming Canadian Open.
The new program will feature interviews with top professional chess players and other world-class personalities from across Canada.
It will also cover current Canadian chess players.
The Power Play shows have been seen as a ratings success, and are seen as an important part of CBC’s business model.
It was recently acquired by Canada’s largest media company, Rogers Communications.