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The Denker, Haring, Barber, Rockefeller and Irwin tournaments of state champions all found their 2021 winners in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.Read More »
Five invitational events for national championships will deliver new crowns Wednesday, alongside the 121st U.S. Open in Cherry Hill, NJ.Read More »
Five invitational tournaments began over the weekend alongside the 2021 U.S. Open, including the Irwin Senior Championship that saw both GMs stumble.… Read More »
Greetings! I hope everyone is having a great summer and enjoying “getting back to normal”…or whatever passes for normal these days. I don’t have any… Read More »
National Tournament Director Tim Just offers a few rules of thumb that are easier to recall if you get caught in the labyrinth of an adjournment.Read… Read More »
The US Chess Executive Board passed the following motion 7-0 affecting the U.S. Open mask policy: In view of the recent CDC guidance on use of masks… Read More »
The California GM came tantalizingly close, but finishes his stellar run at the 2021 FIDE World Cup with a tiebreaker loss to GM Sergey Karjakin.Read… Read More »
The constellation of events that make up the 2021 U.S. Open get underway tonight at 7pm Eastern with the first games of the five Invitational events… Read More »
The updated ratings supplement files for August have been generated and posted. If you previously downloaded a copy of the August Ratings Supplement… Read More »
US Chess Women and our girls club was featured in both the New Yorker Magazine and the Wall Street Journal in articles published on July 26 and July… Read More »
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