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After leaving his old job, and before starting his new one, Abhinav Suresh took a trip to the Candidates. He got more than he expected in the process… Read More »
FMs and WFMs are the hidden gems of the chess world. Overlooked as the world focuses on GM and IM games, FMs and WFMs are more relatable to the… Read More »
I attended the 53rd U.S. Chess School hosted at the Marshall Chess Club in New York City from June 20-23. The U.S. Chess School, founded in 2006 by… Read More »
US Chess announces the solicitation of bids for hosting the 2022-2023 National Online Scholastic Quick Chess Championships. This new event was… Read More »
The videos from the August 6, 2022 Delegates Meeting are now available on our US Chess YouTube channel: Morning Session: Read More »
In August 2020, the US Chess Delegates created a Nominating Committee to assist with identifying candidates to run for the US Chess Executive Board… Read More »
Garrett Scott (1944-2022) Former Policy Board (now called Executive Board) member Garrett Scott has died at the age of 78. Garrett was a civil rights… Read More »
IT Project Manager/Developer Work for US Chess, the national governing body for chess in the United States. US Chess recently relocated to St. Louis… Read More »
The 2022-2023 US Chess Executive Board: (Top row, l-r) Randy Bauer, David Day, Kevin Pryor, John Fernandez. (Bottom row, l-r): Mike Hoffpauir, David… Read More »
With wins by both of our teams in rounds nine and ten, the Americans had put themselves in medal contention, which is a place most teams would be...… Read More »

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