April 2021

For the tenth installment of his “Candidates Game of the Day” series, GM Jacob Aagaard has analyzed GM Ian Nepomniachtchi's important victory over GM...
Irene Sukandar
This month’s Ladies Knight features IM Irene Kharisma Sukandar, the first WGM from Indonesia, a five-time Olympian and the fifth ranked player in her...
For the ninth installment of his “Candidates Game of the Day” series, GM Jacob Aagaard has analyzed GM Anish Giri's impressive victory over GM Wang...
GM Anish Giri in Round 9 of the FIDE Candidates Tournament
The Dutch super-GM scored the only full point of the day and rejoins a pack of players chasing leader GM Ian Nepomniatchtchi in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
For the eight installment of his “Candidates Game of the Day” series, GM Jacob Aagaard has analyzed GM Fabiano Caruana's smashing victory over GM...
Fabiano Caruana in the eighth round of the FIDE Candidates Tournament
World No. 2 Fabiano Caruana turned 13 months of preparation into one of the best games of the year, taking down co-leader Maxime Vachier Lagrave in...
Ben Johnson, host of the Perpetual Chess Podcast
The Perpetual Chess Podcast host handicaps the Candidates Tournament and gives the players' odds as the next challenger to World Champion Magnus...
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US Chess is seeking a part-time or contract CFO with experience as a Director of Finance or CFO in a nonprofit organization of similar or larger size...
Postponed since March 2020, the event that determines the next challenger to World Champion Magnus Carlsen will resume Monday in Yekaterinburg, Russia...
Ken Ballou
US Chess has learned that IA Ken Ballou has died. Ballou, a life member of US Chess, directed 291 tournaments according to his records, with a total...
Challengers Chess Tour - Kramnik vs. Polgar
The American junior stars were solid in the Polgar Challenge, the first event of the $100,000 series showcasing the world's next generation of talent.
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Hey! Long time, no talk. Are you ready to get to work and start solving? First up: five mates of increasing length. Then we'll test our hand at five...

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