GM Julio Becerra won his seventh Florida State Championship in Orlando, despite losing his first game in the competition.
Posts from September, 2015
Ian Rogers analyzes Americans in round two of the World Cup in Baku, as our top three Grandmasters Nakamura, Caruana and So advance to round three.
The US team scored a perfect 4/5 in round two, game 1 at the World Cup in Baku. The five Americans who advanced mathematically couldn’t…
GM Ian Rogers reports on Americans in round 1 of the World Cup in Baku, pinpointing some key games like Nakamura’s round 1 demolition &…
Hikaru Nakamura, Fabiano Caruana, Wesley So and Sam Shankland all advanced to round two of the World Cup while Alexander Onischuk and Sam Sevian head…
Nine-year-old Max Lu (CT) became the youngest US Chess Master at a quad in Scarsdale last week, beating the record previously held by Awonder Liang….
In the first game of round 1 matches, our Americans scored 5.5/9. Highlights included a stalemate hold by GM Sevian over GM Radjabov and a…
Michael Khodarkovsky US Chess Delegate to FIDE reports on the FIDE Chess Congress in Abu Dhabi , and the reaction to a proposal to endorse Kirsan…
American GMs Hikaru Nakamura, Fabiano Caruana and Wesley So are among the top seeds in the World Cup in Baku. See who our nine American…
IM Aleksandr Ostrovskiy earned his second New York State Championship title this weekend, and annotates his favorite game for US Chess readers.
US Chess Press
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