London Chess Conference

Have you missed the Conference?

No worries, you can enjoy the public sessions for free or purchase more recordings and watch them at your convenience.

Public package



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Recordings for Public

Welcome video
Keynote: Chess as a Driver of Technology
ECF Book of the year award
Business Case Study Interview: ChessCube
Beyond Chess II: Strategy Games and Technology
Victor’s Chess House
Making a difference in learning chess – setting up a large scale online educational project in 30 minutes
Open Source Chess: Lichess
Ajedrez y tecnologia: la conferenza en español
La conférence en français – Échecs et technologie 
The Erasmus+ CGS Project


Attendee package



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Recordings for Attendees

You can get the Recordings for Attendees for FREE if you have registered to the conference as General Admission (Free) or Conference Admission (after 1st Dec £20).

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Hybrid Events, Blended Clubs 
School chess during the pandemic
Why Sponsor Chess Now?
Think Like a Machine
Strategic Resources for Chess in Education
Chess on YouTube
Gender Gap
Ideas and Tools for Clubs to Survive the Pandemic
Online Tournament Services
Online Projects for Girls and Women

Professional package



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Recordings for Professionals

You can get the Recordings for Professionals for FREE if you have registered to the conference with a Professional Ticket (£50) or were invited as a VIP. 

Go to “Get Recordings” and use the Access Code you were sent. You will be able to watch all the conference recordings without any charge.

The Hidden Costs of Cheating and Anti-Cheating
Best Practices in Anti-Cheating
Online Arbitration
How to Detect Cheating 
Let’s make chess greener
Is Chess an eSport?
Using Chess Data for Science
Reimagining chess with AlphaZero
How to Coach Online I.
Queens Gambit Declined? Stories the chess community should tell
New Tools for Chess Coaches and Educators
Rethinking Online Chess
How to Coach Online II.
Artificial Intelligence meets Big Data
Streaming chess
Didactics of Online Chess Teaching
Training Chess Tutors for Online Delivery
New Formats for Chess Journalism