Posts categorized "Seniors"

It took a special challenge to tempt FM Stephen Stoyko from the warmth of Winter Haven, Florida in mid-February, but the former New Jerseyite has...… Read More »
The November 2019 edition of “Cover Stories with Chess Life” is now live! This monthly podcast, hosted by Senior Director of Strategic Communication… Read More »
Welcome to the September 2019 edition of “One Move at a Time,” the US Chess podcast in which we talk to people who are advancing the US Chess mission… Read More »
The following policy has been reviewed and approved by the US Chess Scholastic Council and US Chess Executive Board. It applies to all national… Read More »
The September 2019 edition of “Cover Stories with Chess Life” is now live! This monthly podcast, hosted by Senior Director of Strategic Communication… Read More »
There’s a very different feel to the U.S. Juniors (and now Seniors) than is found at the U.S. Championships. It’s not that one is more serious than… Read More »
It all comes down to the final day. Awonder Liang and Nicolas Checa are tied for first place in the 2019 U.S. Junior Championship entering tomorrow’s… Read More »
“You’ll never see a chess player with dementia.” This is an old saying among chess players ‘of a certain age,’ and while it is certainly false, it...… Read More »
Paths to the 2019 U.S. Junior, Girls, and Senior Championships are narrowing as today’s Round 8 action kicks off at 1pm CDT. Nicolas Checa continues… Read More »
Once again two-thirds of the games played in Wednesday’s Round 6 action at the U.S. Junior, Girls, and Senior Championships featured decisive results… Read More »

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