Posts categorized "International-events"

Andrew Tang vs. Magnus Carlsen, Photo Lennart Ootes The 2018 King Salman FIDE World Rapid Blitz Championship in St. Petersburg, Russia (Dec 26-28)...… Read More »
US Chess wishes a merry Christmas to all our members and chess devotees, as well as luck and warmth to many of our top players on the road. Earlier… Read More »
I got the call to work as a coach for the U.S. National Youth Team back in August, my second time this year and again to my great delight, as it’s...… Read More »
The 2018 Pan American Veterans [50+] & Senior [65+] Championships were held December 8-13 in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. For the first time… Read More »
Hikaru Nakamura was crowned Grand Chess Tour Champion on December 17 in London after a tight match against the #2 rated blitz player in the World...… Read More »
GM Hikaru Nakamura, Photo Grand Chess Tour The Grand Chess Tour finals (December 14-16) are set as American Grandmaster Hikaru Nakamura will face...… Read More »
The Grand Chess Tour finals, hosted at the 10th London Chess Classic will be held from December 11-17, 2018 and broadcast live on… Read More »
It's been just over a week since the Carlsen-Caruana World Championship ended, but it feels like a lot longer. Let's reminsce via the top ten tweets… Read More »
The World Youth U16 Olympiad is underway in Konya Turkey (November 24-December 3) and Team USA is putting on an inspiring performance, even drawing… Read More »
While our own Fabiano Caruana was battling for the World Championship in London, Team USA bagged over 20 medals at the North American Youth held from… Read More »

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