Relive the key moments on Caruana’s journey to become Carlsen’s Challenger.
Posts categorized “Problems & Puzzles”
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.
Depending on who you ask, winter in Texas is not too bad, but it is even better with a great chess event on the calendar!
“It’s always fun to play Magnus!”
As US Chess wishes all of our members a Happy Holiday season, Grandmaster Pal Benko challenges you to a few festive problems. Get started with…
“I started out really well, but before today I really couldn’t have expected that I would win it. Everything had to go my way.”
I would describe it as something of a cross between my all-time favorite chess book, “The Immortal Game: A History of Chess,” by David Shenk, and, say, your favorite problem or puzzle book.
US Chess Press
- 1,200+ of the Best Youth Chess Players in NorCal - and the U.S. - to Compete in Santa Clara April 7-8 »
- Fabiano Caruana First American in a Generation to Compete for World Chess Championship »
- Five Chess Legends Selected as 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees »
- Job Opportunity at US Chess Spring Nationals »
- Young Stars Program Goes Global »