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"Correspondence ought to make one’s play more accurate and far-seeing and is also suitable for people living in villages or in poor health or who… Read More »
“I don’t have the patience for correspondence or the hands for bullet.” -Magnus Carlsen on limiting himself to three world titles - standard, blitz… Read More »
Newly passed legislation allows you to win correspondence chess games by legalization!Read More »
Samir Alazawi, originally from Baghdad, Iraq, and now of Carmichael, California, has won the 2013 Electronic Knights Championship. Samir took a...… Read More »
Hans Berliner was the Fifth World Correspondence Chess Champion. His record in correspondence play, both national and international, was unsurpassed.… Read More »
"The principle attraction of correspondence chess is the freedom to play chess as and when it suits you." -Stan SteligaRead More »
Joel Levine wins another Palciauskas! Joel Levine has won his fourth Master-level Palciauskas tournament with a decisive edge in 14P01 ceding only a… Read More »
Gregory Cross of San Antonio, Texas has won CCLA’s 2012 Grand National. For those unfamiliar with the Grand National, it is a two-round event with...… Read More »
Grayling Hill won the 20th United States Correspondence Chess Championship with an undefeated 8 ½-3 ½ score, a point ahead of second place Larry...… Read More »
Razvan Azamfirei takes 16W07 Razvan Azamfirei is a 19-year-old student at Yale University majoring in molecular, cellular, and Developmental Biology… Read More »

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