January 2019

The Check Is in the Mail January 2019 The United States correspondence team has qualified for the finals by tying or winning all its nine matches in...
If you are a high school junior or senior looking for scholarship money, read on. The application deadline for the 2019 National Scholar-Chessplayer...
Kostya Kavutskiy, Photo IM Eric Rosen March 2018 The #8 article in Best of CLO is Caruana Misses a Chance, Draws Game 8 vs. Carlsen by IM Kostya...
Nathan as the commendatore in Don Giovanni. The #9 article in Best of CLO 2018 is FM Resika on the US Senior: Singing and Chess are Icing on Cake...
I have worked with U.S. Open Champion Timur Gareyev for the last five years and I have organized a lot of cool activities for him including his...
FLOWER MOUND, 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...
Our #10 article in Best of CLO 2018 is Arthur Guo and Winston Ni Win Big in Atlanta by Vanessa Sun and Michael Rohde. FM Arthur Guo, a 6th grader...
2018 was a huge year for US Chess, as Fabiano Caruana competed for the World Championship just a few weeks after a thrilling Olympiad in Batumi. In...
Your opponent’s flag is about to fall in a US Chess sudden death time control. The TD comes over to the contest to observe. They see that your...
2019 kicked off with one of the strongest open tournaments taking place on U.S. soil in 2019: the Bay Area International, a nine round super-swiss...
Tata Steel Chess (January 11-27) is currently underway in Wijk aan Zee, The Netherlands, with both World Champion Magnus Carlsen, and U.S. Champion...
A limited amount of space is now available in our tournament program books for the three US Chess spring national championships: 2019 National High...

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