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Posts from August, 2018
Chicago Chess Foundation Vice-President Jerry Neugarten received a US Chess Annual Award this year for Meritorious Services. Since then, Neugarten has furthered his contributions, authoring…
Magnus Carlsen, Fabiano Caruana, and Levon Aronian, the winners of the first three Sinquefield Cups in 2013, 2014, and 2015 respectively, have tied for the 2018 title.
Let’s take a look at the critical moments of tactics, intuition, and endgame determination that led to their victories.
Call for Podcast Guests US Chess is developing the new podcast “One Move at a Time” and we are currently seeking interview subjects. The US…
In an unexpected finale to the 2018 Sinquefield Cup (August 17-28), Grandmasters Levon Aronian, Fabiano Caruana and Magnus Carlsen shared the prestigious title. Fabiano entered…
With so many strong players in attendance, who would emerge as the player(s) best able to concentrate, or most adept at taking calculated risks at the right moments?
World Championship challenger Fabiano Caruana leads going into Championship Monday, the final round at the Sinquefield Cup. After a dramatic round seven, Fabiano tried to…
In a much anticipated World Championship prelude, Fabiano Caruana found himself in trouble against Magnus Carlsen in round seven of the Sinquefield Cup. The World…
One of Nakamura’s greatest tournament performances was his victory at Tata Steel 2011, which was one of the few times in history that an American has won a super-tournament over a World Champion.
World Championship challenger Fabiano Caruana was the first person to take the clear lead at the Sinquefield Cup today with a win over Sergey Karjakin….
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