July 2016

Top World Talents Face-off at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis Aug. 5-16 ST. LOUIS, July 29, 2016 – It is the summer of sports –...
Joy Cao, Photo Anne Buskirk Tiny Joy Cao delivered a big-voice, a cappella rendition of the National Anthem to begin US Open festivities in...
The US Open begins this weekend and attendees can take an opportunity to watch a special complimentary advance screening of The Queen of Katwe, a...
Grandmaster and composer Pal Benko celebrated his 88th birthday earlier this month and passes on some birthday gift problems to US chess readers. In...
Timur Gareyev before his blindfold simul at the Marshall Chess Club Timur Gareyev won the Pacific Southwest Open in Irvine, CA with an undefeated 5.5...
GM Victor Mikhalevski, Photo Betsy Dynako 2013 The Chicago Class was held July 15th-17th at the Wyndham in the Chicago suburb of Wyndham, Illinois...
GM Michael Rohde The Schenectady Open is not a major stop on the CCA calendar but it continues the efforts to bring weekend chess to other parts of...
The Washington DC/Rockville Hilton Hotel is centrally located near work and play. Just steps away from the Twinbrook (Red Line) Metro Station, the...
GM Illia Nyzhnyk, Photo Jim Doyle The main event of the World Open concluded July 4th, but there was still much chess to be played. Normally the side...
DENTON, TX – Play chess and meet former U.S. women’s chess champion Alexey Root as she signs her latest book, Prepare With Chess Strategy, on Saturday...
There are a few spots remaining for the 36th U.S. Chess School in Orlando Florida. The U.S. Chess School is an invitation only camp for some of the...
Ruifeng Li at the recent US Junior Closed. Photo: Austin Fuller As the 117th US Open approaches in Indianapolis, Indiana (July 30- August 7) at the...

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