Posts categorized "National events"

The nation's chess capital is nearing completion of its 20,000 square foot expansion project, and has October marked for the national championships.… Read More »
The university's B-team scored a perfect 6-0 in the first national team event of the year, which pulled in 75 teams and 300 players.Read More »
The US Chess Federation (US Chess) is soliciting Bookstore bids for the following FY 2021-2022 through FY 2024-2025 National events. The US Chess...… Read More »
Webster University claimed clear first with 8/9 in the first-ever virtual Pan-Ams and will join SLU, UT-RGV and Texas Tech in the Final Four.Read… Read More »
Beginning January 30 with the USAT-West, the four regional team championship events will take place online through February.Read More »
US Chess is canceling SuperNationals VII (SN) due to the extraordinary circumstances surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. SN is an… Read More »
GM Michael Rohde picks out some special games from the first national event of the season.Read More »
The Brooklyn Grandmaster achieved a must-win in Saturday's Armageddon game over IM Christopher Yoo.Read More »
GM Alex Lenderman and IM Christopher Yoo will play one Armageddon playoff game Saturday afternoon for a spot in next year's national championship.… Read More »
IM Christopher Yoo and GM Elshan Moradiabadi, as well as GMs Alex Lenderman and Timur Gareyev, will face off in the final round of the US Chess...… Read More »

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