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US Chess announces the 2022-23 National Online Scholastic Quick Championships (OSQC), to be held on the weekend of November 12-13, 2022. Now in its… 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 nine days of grueling classical chess, Russian GM and Texas Tech student Aleksey Sorokin is our 2022 U.S. Open champion. Sorokin tied for first… Read More »
GM Elshan Moradiabadi and IM Viktor Matviishen lead the field with 6½/7, trailed closely by five GMs and two IMs a half-point behind. This pack...… Read More »
“Lawrence, only two kinds of creature get fun in the desert: Bedouins and gods, and you're neither. Take it from me, for ordinary men, it's a burning… Read More »
With the first four rounds of the accelerated four-day schedule in the books, over 400 players are now competing in Rancho Mirage after day six. The… Read More »
The traditional schedule of the U.S. Open is more than halfway complete as we enter day six at Rancho Mirage. This can only mean one thing: it’s time… Read More »
The field nearly tripled in size yesterday as the six-day schedule of the U.S. Open kicked off with numerous titled players joining the fray. Playing… Read More »
Invitationals After back-to-back double-round days in the invitationals, only one game remains before the champions are determined and the...Read… Read More »
While things are still quiet at the top of the standings after two rounds of the traditional schedule of the 122nd Annual U.S. Open Chess… Read More »

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