As the PRO Chess League reaches its exciting conclusion this coming weekend (March 25-26), it’s a perfect time to review some highlights of Wesley So, who…
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IM and PRO Chess League commissioner Greg Shahade contributes his annual blunt predictions on the US Chess Championships, coming up in Saint Louis from March…
Fischer v. Spassky. Kasparov v. Karpov. Caruana v. Finn. Some great rivalries are known to everyone in the chess world. Caruana-Finn is not, of course,…
For months, the chess world has awaited Magnus Carlsen’s cameo on the Simpsons.
Induction Ceremony Will Kick Off the 2017 U.S. Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship SAINT LOUIS — An induction ceremony on March 28, 2017, will recognize four…
While I’m a fan of classical time controls for producing the highest level chess games, I have to admit watching rapid games can be more entertaining (“Did Carlsen just blunder his queen?!”) as well as lot easier on a busy schedule.
Judges praised Greg’s fresh, insightful perspective and lively writing style.
Judges praised Alejandro’s engaging writing style, providing a detailed view of the tournament’s personalities and scenic environment.
Hikaru Nakamura won the Gibraltar Open (January 23-February 2nd) for the third year in a row- an astonishing feat in a strong Open which always attracts many…
In addition to winning one of the strongest tournaments of the year, Wesley So reached 56 games in his undefeated streak and a new peak rating of 2822.
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