In Best of US Chess, we countdown the top 10 articles of 2016. To start, let’s meet this year’s panel of esteemed judges!
Posts from January, 2017
The Scholar-Chessplayer Awards target high school juniors and seniors who excel in academics, chess, and leadership.
Losing in round one must be viewed as the ultimate “Swiss gambit.” Baryshpolets certainly doesn’t recommend this approach!
When GM Julio Sadorra discovered that two childhood friends from the Philippines were registered to play in the Chesapeake Open, he decided to travel from Texas and surprise them at the tournament.
“The principle attraction of correspondence chess is the freedom to play chess as and when it suits you.”
Wesley So’s win today against prodigy super-GM Richard Rapport gives him an extraordinary 47 game undefeated streak.
National holidays and chess tournaments go hand in hand. This weekend is no exception. Here are a few of the major events taking place.
FLOWER MOUND, TX – Play chess and meet former U.S. women’s chess champion Alexey Root as she signs her latest book, Prepare With Chess Strategy,…
With the rise of the engines, we chess mortals suddenly have unfettered access to Grandmaster-level analysis at the push of a button.
What is the single best thing you can do to improve your chess in this new year?
US Chess Press
- North American Junior Set for Mexico, Nov 16-21 »
- US Chess Announces Girls in Chess Video »
- Announcement from the U.S. Open »
- 1,200+ of the Best Youth Chess Players in NorCal - and the U.S. - to Compete in Santa Clara April 7-8 »
- Fabiano Caruana First American in a Generation to Compete for World Chess Championship »