Posts categorized "International-events"

The carnage continued yesterday in the 6th Round of the Cairns Cup, with three decisive games and fighting chess across all boards. Fresh off her...… Read More »
Mere days after former World Champion Vladimir Kramnik retired from professional chess, another ‘Vlad’, 20-year-old GM Vladislav Artemiev of Russia… Read More »
GM Alexandra Kosteniuk, Photo Lennart Ootes The strongest Women's tournament on U.S. soil, the Cairns Cup (February 6-16) reached its midway point on… Read More »
Magnus Carlsen, Photo Lennart Ootes Saint Louis, MO, February 7, 2019 – The Grand Chess Tour is pleased to confirm the names of the twelve players...… Read More »
IM Eric Rosen with Magnus Carlsen The February 2019 edition of “Cover Stories with Chess Life” is now live! This monthly podcast, hosted by Senior...… Read More »
The strongest Women's tournament on U.S. soil, the inaugural Cairns Cup, opened on February 5, 2019 at the World Chess Hall of Fame, with a...Read… Read More »
US Chess is soliciting applications for four positions for the USA teams at the 2019 World Team Championships: Open Team Captain, Open Team Coach...… Read More »
Zhansaya Abdumalik is among the participants in the first Cairns' Cup. Photo Austin Fuller SAINT LOUIS (January 25, 2019) – Women the world over will… Read More »
Reigning Grand Chess Tour champion Hikaru Nakamura and World #2 Fabiano Caruana are among the invitees to the expanded 2019 edition. Saint Louis, MO… Read More »
2019 kicked off with one of the strongest open tournaments taking place on U.S. soil in 2019: the Bay Area International, a nine round super-swiss...… Read More »

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