We had more than 100 excited players join us for the 2018 New Year Championship. While missing many of our regular titled players, we did not lack excitement, nail biting games, and surprising upsets.
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The 27th Annual North American Open at Bally’s Las Vegas after Christmas featured both a record turnout of 805 players and a hotly contested battle for first place in the Open section.
Depending on who you ask, winter in Texas is not too bad, but it is even better with a great chess event on the calendar!
Are you a chess player and a scholar? If you’re a US Chess member, and a high school junior or senior, please apply for the…
The Kasparov Chess Foundation (KCF) and The Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis (CCSCSL) have run the very successful Young Stars – Team…
International Master Dorsa Derakashani wrote an op-ed for the New York Times over New Year’s Day weekend, where she explained why she left her native…
Big ratings don’t guarantee smooth sailing. This week the Convention Center in downtown Columbus, Ohio, is an easy place to get a game of chess….
For months, the US Chess Women’s Committee has been collecting data with surveys asking why girls quit chess, what they like about chess, and others…
Watch our highlight reel from Greg Shahade’s twitter coverage of the Kindergarten National Chess Championships held last weekend near Orlando, Florida. The annual event crowns champions…
Results are in from the K-12 National Grade Championships, held near Disney World in Orlando. The event attracted over 1800 participants and crowned individual and…
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