Posts categorized "Scholastics"

US Chess is canceling SuperNationals VII (SN) due to the extraordinary circumstances surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. SN is an… Read More »
The greater New York championship is planned for Jan. 30-31, greater Chicago on Feb. 6, 2021.Read More »
GM Michael Rohde picks out some special games from the first national event of the season.Read More »
Dear Coaches, Players, and Families: I miss seeing you in person and hope that you are weathering the pandemic and its associated impacts. The...Read… Read More »
Note: We are also holding a rapid replacement tournament starting at 11:45am Eastern on Sunday, 12/13, for all players who were in the K-5 sections… Read More »
UPDATE SUNDAY, 7:00 AM CT: K-5 Sunday Rounds Canceled. Click here for details. On behalf of US Chess and ChessKid we apologize to the players… Read More »
A new chess book on 25 classic games that every player should know was written by a surprising new author.Read More »
If you are a high school junior or senior looking for scholarship money, read on! If you are a current US Chess member, you are eligible to apply for… Read More »
The online Olympiad for the disabled has drawn nearly 400 competitors representing 45 different countries.Read More »
The U.S. Chess School has teamed up with online improvement hub ChessDojo to stream high-quality chess classes on a weekly basis.Read More »

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