The #8 article in Best of US Chess 2018 is “Spring Ahead in the Endgame” by Bryan Castro. Bryan shows how he combined analysis of his…
Posts from January, 2018
Ask me who the second highest rated player to ever bring me a slice of cake is and I’m going to stare back blankly at…
The #9 article in Best of US Chess 2017 is In Memory of Dad: Chess, Parenting & Crossing Borders by WIM Dr. Alexey Root. Alexey’s moving…
All heads in the room turned to look as the legendary former World Champion Garry Kasparov made his way through the aisles.
The #10 article in Best of US Chess 2017 is Jamaal Abdul Alim’s piece “Petrosian Wins World Open: ‘Forget About the Draw’“. Abdul-Alim interviewed GM Petrosian…
In Best of US Chess, we countdown the top ten uschess.org articles of the year. Find last year’s contest results and the winning 2016 article…
Today, the 2018 PRO Chess League officially restarts – with 5 of the World top 10 and a former World Champion joining this season: Carlsen, Caruana, Mamedyarov, MVL, Nakamura, and Anand.
The attached lists of over 800 entries is a brief index for when William Lombardy was mentioned in Chess Life between 1953 and 1975 and…
“I recommend that you use correspondence chess to test out the openings that you will later play in your over-the-board tournament games.”
There you are, staring at the board. The position is stagnate, and it is your opponent’s turn to move. You offer a draw.
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