Posts categorized "Best-of-us-chess"
The All-America team was created in 1987 as one of the highest national honors attainable for chess players aged 18 and under.Read More »
The three-time US Chess Champion and Hall of Fame coach and author passed away January 18.Read More »
On behalf of our US Chess family, I extend season's greetings to you and those close to you.Read More »
One of eight players will appear in next year's national championship, and several weekend side events for US Chess fans offer cash and prizes.Read… Read More »
Two winners on Sunday will qualify for a Final Round Robin tournament, which awards a seat in the 2021 national chess championship.Read More »
The reigning U.S. Champion beat GM Magnus Carlsen in a blitz playoff for the finals of the $100,000 Skilling Open.Read More »
Winners from the U1600 and U2000 qualifiers last weekend earned invitations to the following rounds.Read More »
Editor's note: with this publication of GM Jesse Kraai's cover story for the June issue of Chess Life here at CLO, we are "breaking the third wall… Read More »
IM Eric Rosen The #1 article in Best of CLO 2018 is IM Eric Rosen for Eight Takeaways From Living as a Chess Vagabond. Judges loved his slice of life… Read More »
The #2 article in Best of CLO 2018 is A Perfect Triangle: GM Amanov on Coaching Raj to Gold by GM Mesgen Amanov. Judges praised Mesgen's incisive… Read More »
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