May 2019

Ian Nepomniachtchi is the winner of the 2019 Moscow Grand Prix, having defeated his countryman Alexander Grischuk in Wednesday’s rapid tiebreak round...
The Women's World Championship challenger will be determined in the next two weeks in Kazan, Russia, where the FIDE Women's Candidates tournament...
While the Chicago Open is one of the leading events held on Memorial Day weekend, it’s hardly the only tournament that was played. Here’s a cross...
The 28th Annual Chicago Open (May 23-27, 2019) was the third largest in the series history, drawing nearly 900 players. The Open section was extremely...
Welcome to US Chess’ latest podcast, Chess Underground, the show that explores eccentricities, peculiarities, and theoretical novelties. Chess...
Tim Just, Chief Editor of the 5th, 6th, and brand new 7th edition of the rule book. The pairings got posted at the 2019 City Chess Championships, a...
Alexander Grischuk and Ian Nepomniachtchi are through to the final round at the 2019 Moscow Grand Prix. Grischuk defeated Hikaru Nakamura 1.5-0.5 to...
Registration for the 2019 World Youth Championships, to be held in Mumbai, India, will commence Tuesday, May 28th and last until Monday, July 1 2019...
Grasping two hot, identically black coffees, Coach Jason Bui and I are staring in silence at the pink, 5th round pairing chart for the U18 section of...
A lost Josh Waitzkin game? IM Matthew Sadler? Shabalov with hair? (Said with love, Alex, from one bald man to another!) That’s right. It’s a Thursday...
Wesley So and Alexander Grischuk (photo World Chess) Wesley So was knocked out of the 2019 Moscow Grand Prix today, losing to Alexander Grischuk in...
WIM Dr. Carolina Blanco talks to Jennifer Shahade on Ladies Knight live from the Elementary Chess Championship about her incredible work with the...

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