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On Friday November 9, Magnus Carlsen begins his title defense against Fabiano Caruana in the English capital London; a match where the victor will receive…
SAINT LOUIS, November 2, 2018 – For the first time since Bobby Fischer in 1972, an American will play for the undisputed World Chess Championship…
U.S. Open Champion Grandmaster Timur Gareyev kicks off the most important month in US Chess in decades with a daredevil “chessdive” shoot for the November…
We all know of Magnus Carlsen the hyper-confident chess player, World Champion, and highest ranked player in history, but who is he beyond competitive chess?
Jeffery Xiong finished his excellent performance tying for 3rd place with an undefeated score, including a draw with black against the 14th World Champion, Vladimir Kramnik.
Soledad O’ Brien interviewed Rex Sinquefield on Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel about his childhood, financial success and the vision which created the Saint Louis…
To give us some perspective on how incredible Xiong’s performance has been so far, let’s compare his results to many of the world’s best in the standings.
We all know of Fabiano Caruana as the confident yet mild-mannered elite chess player, the 3rd highest ranked player in history, and 2014 Sinquefield Cup sensation, but who is he beyond chess?
17-year-old Jeffery Xiong is currently tied for the lead at the star-studded chess.com Isle of Man Chess International Open with 4.5/5. His performance rating after…
US Chess Press
- Rade Milovanovic, UT Dallas Chess Team Coach, to Retire »
- Real Sports on HBO with Bryant Gumbel Features "Gateway to Chess" on October 23 »
- Geoffrey S. Isaak, J.D., Hired as Director of Development at US Chess »
- Grandmaster Pontus Carlsson Visits New Orleans to Unveil New Scholastic Program »
- Jennifer Pearson Hired as Governance Coordinator at US Chess »