Posts categorized "News"

A defining characteristic of the American Cup that distinguishes it from a normal knockout tournament is its double elimination format, where players… Read More »
REGISTRATION FOR THE MAIN TOURNAMENT WILL BE CAPPED AT 1,700 PLAYERS This number represents the seating limit we have available between the two...… Read More »
The pressure is increasing at the American Cup as the rounds progress, and the players are handling this very impressively. In the champion’s bracket… Read More »
Welcome to "One Move at a Time," the show where we highlight people and organizations that are advancing our US Chess mission statement to "Empower… Read More »
Registration is now open for the FIDE World Cadet & Youth, Rapid & Blitz Championships 2023. The international event, organized by FIDE and… Read More »
As the American Cup progresses, it is becoming clear who is in their best form. The semifinals of the champion's bracket saw GMs Hikaru Nakamura and… Read More »
Note: These scholarships are funded and administered outside of US Chess by the private organization Kids for Chess. Kids for Chess, a nonprofit...… Read More »
This week's workout highlights the games of 2021 U.S. Women's Champion Carissa Yip. Enjoy a number of her dazzling combinations, including several… Read More »
We all know that, after the Ides of March, that’s when the madness happens. But the NCAA won’t have the only brackets worth looking at, because this… Read More »
What is the purpose of this announcement? This announcement outlines changes that US Chess is making to its normal event operations at the 2023...… Read More »