April 2016

The U.S. Women's Championship players compete in blitz, bughouse, and blindfold chess at the World Chess Hall of Fame. Photo courtesy of Eric Rosen...
A pivotal moment of the championship—Hikaru Nakamura resigns against Fabiano Caruana. Photo courtesy of Lennart Ootes. At the halfway point of the U.S...
History was made today at the U.S. Junior High School Championship. K-9 Maggie Feng finished the tournament with a score of 6.5/7 and became the first...
Day 2 of Junior High Nationals is in the books, and we have 1200 hard working young chessplayers here in Indianapolis. I cannot even begin to stress...
Matthew, Julia & Marcus Miyasaka It's simply impossible for all of the top seeds to make it through day 1 of Nationals unscathed, and this year was no...
Nikhil and Akhil Kalghatgi Today at the K-9 Championship at Indianapolis it was completely domination. Two brothers from the Whitney Young School in...
This year’s US Championship has the strongest field ever with an average US Chess rating of 2739. The Favorites Hikaru Nakamura vs. Fabiano Caruana...
With the increasingly strong US Women's Championship beginning tomorrow, let's take a look at this year's competition. The Favorites Irina Krush Irina...
Daniel Bronfeyn, Jacob Furfine, Vincent Do, Todd Freitag At the US Amateur Team Championship playoffs on April 9, Got Mate? (North) defeated the...
Follow the US Chess Championships, underway in Saint Louis.
This weekend Webster University packed even more history into the memorabilia-covered walls of New York City’s legendary Marshall Chess Club. Since...
The final day of the National High School Championships was filled with drama. IM Kesav Viswanadha and FM Vignesh Panchanatham started the day as the...

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