September 2019

IM Justin Sarkar won the 10th Hartford Open (September 20-22, Hartford, CT) with a score of 4.5 – 0.5 to take the first place prize of $1000. Justin...
In the TV series Law & Order we get the crime, arrest, and trial all in 60 minutes minus the commercials. In real life, even in the chess universe, it...
Ding Liren and Teimour Radjabov will meet in the finals of the 2019 FIDE World Cup beginning Monday at 6am EDT. Radjabov defeated Maxime-Vachier...
The Good Moves art exhibition at The Power Station, a gallery founded by contemporary art collector Alden Pinnell, benefits Vogel Alcove. Vogel Alcove...
Never (before this year!) in the history of the NATO Chess Championship has a U.S. player won an individual medal, and the U.S. has only taken team...
In her first tournament back after a two year layoff, Humpy Koneru won the 2019 Skolkovo Women’s Grand Prix with a score of 8/11, half a point ahead...
Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Yu Yangyi won in Wednesday’s quarterfinal playoffs, joining Ding Liren and Teimour Radjabov in the semi-finals of the 2019...
The September Chess Underground welcomes the first titled chess player to the show: NM William “Will the Thrill” Aramil. Will, a staple in the Chicago...
Jeffery Xiong’s Cinderella run has come to an end in Khanty-Mansiysk. Xiong lost Tuesday to Teimour Radjabov in the second leg of their quarterfinal...
The event encouraged more girls to play and it made girls realize, ‘I can achieve the level that (Grandmaster Yifan Hou) she’s at.’ And that can...
It has been 13 days since the first moves were played at the 2019 FIDE World Cup. 120 of the 128 competitors have been eliminated, and the eight...
Jeffery Xiong is through to the quarterfinals at the 2019 FIDE World Cup, defeating Jan-Krzysztof Duda Sunday in the third round of tiebreaks by a...

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