Just weeks after becoming the newly crowned US Champion, Sam Shankland won the 2018 Capablanca Memorial by a convincing 1.5 point margin.
Posts categorized “Problems & Puzzles”
Trailing by 2 points to Ju Wenjun at the halfway mark, Tan Zhongyi struck back in round 6 with a 125-move display of determination.
The Women’s World Championship has been a lively match so far, loaded with king attacks and tactical combinations–with 80% of the games ending decisively!
Sharpen your tactics with puzzles from the games of the top 3 finishers of the US Women’s Championships, Nazi Paikidze, Annie Wang, and Irina Krush!
In both the overall and women’s championships, two huge underdogs are leading. Sam Shankland is tied for 1st along with Fabiano Caruana, and Annie Wang is the sole leader of the women’s section by a full point!
Relive the key moments on Caruana’s journey to become Carlsen’s Challenger.
With the playoffs nearing and a highly-anticipated Super Saturday tomorrow, let’s take a look at the leading teams, top players, and best games for each division.
In this article, I would like to introduce some of the connections between mathematics and chess. In many cases, some familiar chess problems are really just math problems in disguise.
Magnus Carlsen is the Unofficial Fischer Random World Champion!
The Charlotte Chess Center is perhaps becoming an American “norm factory,” having produced several norms and titles in 2016 and 2017.
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