Posts categorized "Problems & puzzles"

This week's Wednesday Workout features a smattering of highlights from IM Jeremy Silman's playing career. An obituary is forthcoming on Chess Life...… Read More »
To cap off our series of exercises on the Fried Liver, we're going to look instead at 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nc3 Nc6, when, in the October edition of… Read More »
Last week, the U.S. Women's national team finished a close fourth place in the 2023 FIDE Women's World Chess Championship. This week, we will look at… Read More »
This week's Tactics Tuesday continues our exploration of tactics in the Fried Liver, paying special attention this week to positions where both sides… Read More »
Editor's Note: This article was originally published in the September issue of Chess Life magazine. Consider becoming a US Chess member for more...… Read More »
This week's Tactics Tuesday continues the theme of Fried Liver positions, this time looking at king hunts in the main line. The full repertoire after… Read More »
This month, all of our Tactics Tuesday worksheets will continue the CLK Openings Project, which this month is covering the Two Knights Defense.… Read More »
This week's Wednesday Workout takes another dip back into Grand Rapids for the invitational tournaments. This week, each position is pulled from a...… Read More »
This week's Tactics Tuesday looks back on last month's 2023 U.S. Junior and Girls' Junior championships. Enjoy a variety of motifs, mating attacks...… Read More »
This week's Wednesday Workout continues our series from the invitational tournaments held alongside the 2023 U.S. Open. This week's puzzles all come… Read More »