Posts Tagged with "Women"

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Wednesday Workout
This week's Wednesday Workout honors eight-time U.S. Women's Champion Irina Krush, who begins her quest to defend her American Cup title later this… Read More »
Image The second annual American Cup kicks off Friday,… Read More »
Wednesday Workout
For International Women's Day, we would like to honor the 17 women from Vera Menchik to Ju Wenjun who have held the title of Women's World Champion.… Read More »
Wednesday Workout
GM Alexandra Kosteniuk won the Munich leg of the FIDE Women's Grand Prix, and is now in prime position to qualify for the next FIDE Candidates… Read More »
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Editor’s note: WGM Tatev Abrahamyan is the newest addition to the roster of Chess Life columnists, and this month, we’re pleased to bring her… Read More »
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The path to earning a FIDE title is arduous. Beyond the minimum FIDE rating requirement — 2400 for IM, 2500 for GM — players have to earn three pesky… Read More »
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Turkish GM Mustafa Yilmaz leads the Tata Steel Challengers headed into the first rest day, with an impressive 4/5 score that includes a fifth round… Read More »
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Our 50th Ladies Knight guest is Kalanithi “Kala” Kanapathy-Bagley, the founder of the Discovery Chess Academy and a member of US Chess Women’s… Read More »
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