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Editor's Note: Elise Bickford's article, Chess in Translation, will be published in the September issue of Chess Life magazine. Bickford is a … Read More »
Following up on yesterday's halfway report on the 2023 FIDE World Cup, today Chess Life Online is thrilled to share game-by-game annotations from WGM… Read More »
NM Laura Smith, Forcing Moves Flyer for Aug 12, 10 AM ET
On Saturday, August 12 at 10 AM ET, NM Laura Smith will speak to the US Chess cross-cultural girls club on Forcing Moves, also the topic of her… Read More »
Imagine a room the size of the movie theater, but bigger. From the front of the room rolls down a giant projector, where real-time chess action of… Read More »
Charlotte is the most populous city in North Carolina, well known for its NFL, NBA, and MLS professional sports teams. However, in recent times… Read More »
Day four of the U.S. Open saw the end of the invitational tournaments, the first master-on-master match-ups of the traditional open schedule, and the… Read More »
In many sports, halftime is a great time for players to reset, gather their bearings, and map out their plans for the rest of the event. In the U.S.… Read More »
38 years ago in 1985, the first Denker Tournament of High School State Champions was held: a melting pot for strong chess players all over the nation… Read More »
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The first thing chess players will notice when they arrive at the U.S. Open? This place is huge! The DeVos Place is a lovely convention… Read More »
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