The Reykjavik Open has come to a close, with both good stories and disappointing results for the Americans. To continue the theme from my first…
Posts from March, 2018
Other the past two days Berlin has gone into deep freeze mode, the temperature falling below 20 degrees. The Kühlhaus, the venue for the 2018…
At the moment, the Kühlhaus in the suburb of Kreuzberg in Berlin is hard to miss, with a sign telling passers-by that entering the last…
If you are a regular to the Marshall Chess Club in New York City, you will certainly come across his name on numerous wall charts or recognize his face at one of the top boards during their weekly or weekend tournaments over the last 15 years or so.
After a rollercoaster of a victory against former World Champion Vladimir Kramnik, American Grandmaster Fabiano Caruana is in the clear lead in the Candidates in…
The game was into the last seconds of the Sudden Death time control for both players. The two combatants were slapping down pieces while also banging away at their clocks.
Rosters are set for the Final Four of College Chess, set for 3/31/18-4/1/18 at the Marshall Chess Club in New York City. Al Lawrence will…
US Chess is pleased to announce Pete Karagianis as its new Assistant Director of Events. Pete is 34 years old, and hails from Bloomington, Illinois….
The World Chess Candidates Tournament 2018 started off with a whirlwind of events and excitement. The opening ceremony featured an ice sculpture containing pieces of…
The traditional Reykjavik Open is under way in Iceland, and it is a special year here in Iceland.
US Chess Press
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