Judges praised Rogers’ combination of humor and highly knowledgeable recommendations.
Posts from January, 2017
The #8 article in Best of US Chess 2016 is Joshua Colas: His Journey So Far by Daaim Shabazz. Judges praised the engaging and inspirational story, chronicling…
Today, the chess world is mourning the loss of another strong chess player who left us too early. IM Cristina Foisor, was a supportive and compassionate mother, passionate chess player, and a kind person.
Erenburg took the more traditional GM route as he got off to a 4-0 start and then drew his final three rounds. Shabalov lost to NM Erick Garcia in round two and had to catch up.
Judges praised Daniel’s well-researched article, describing the fascinating historical backdrop of the match.
On January 24th, the talk show, Harry, will feature the inspiring story of Rochelle Ballantyne, an expert-level chessplayer who aspires to become the first African-American female master.
Congratulations to World Junior Champion Jeffery Xiong for winning the prestigious 2017 Samford Fellowship!
Kasparov Chess Foundation is celebrating its 15th anniversary with a slate of 15 major events scheduled around the world, the first of which are the Greater New York, Greater Chicago, and Greater Mid-Atlantic Scholastic Chess Championships.
Judges praised Maret’s compelling writing style and her personal insights on how to encourage more women to start and continue playing competitive chess.
Days ago, Wesley So broke into the World Top 3 for the first time. Now, his undefeated streak has passed 50 games.
US Chess Press
- Geoffrey S. Isaak, J.D., Hired as Director of Development at US Chess »
- Grandmaster Pontus Carlsson Visits New Orleans to Unveil New Scholastic Program »
- Jennifer Pearson Hired as Governance Coordinator at US Chess »
- 31st Frank Samford Jr. Chess Fellowship Announced »
- A Pawn's Journey, New Book by Elliott Neff, Debuts »