Posts categorized "International events"

For the November edition of One Move at a Time, we offer a look back at one of our favorite episodes. In this EP from May 2022, Dan Lucas sits down… Read More »
You may have seen Andy’s interview, as well as his stunning victory against IM Kostya Kavutskiy, in the November issue of Chess Life. Here, he shares… Read More »
History has a way of repeating itself, as once again the chess world was abuzz with talk of Reykjavik, American world champions, and even Fischer...… Read More »
This month’s issue contains our complete coverage of the 2022 FIDE Candidates Tournament, with in-depth analysis and annotations of all the critical… Read More »
After leaving his old job, and before starting his new one, Abhinav Suresh took a trip to the Candidates. He got more than he expected in the process… Read More »
With wins by both of our teams in rounds nine and ten, the Americans had put themselves in medal contention, which is a place most teams would be...… Read More »
Both U.S. Olympiad teams held serve in Round 10, with the Open team defeating Turkey and the Women’s team defeating Indonesia – both with scores of 3… Read More »
Following the rest day at the 44th FIDE Olympiad, the United States Open team faced Armenia in a match for first place. It would prove to be one of… Read More »
The sixth round of the 44th FIDE Chess Olympiad saw the American teams emerge victorious in both sections, although in very different ways — by the… Read More »
The U.S. team beat Israel 2½ - 1½ this round to stay close to the leaders, but it wasn’t easy.Read More »

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