Posts categorized "Top-american-players"

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 »
Wesley So advanced to the semi-finals of the FIDE Grand Prix in Riga, Latvia today, defeating Sergey Karjakin in blitz tiebreaks. Karjakin and So… Read More »
While the U.S. Junior, Girls, and Senior Championships are dominating America’s chess attention these days, our elite players are elsewhere, doing...… Read More »
The 2019 U.S. Junior, Girls, and Inaugural Senior Championships got underway today at the Saint Louis Chess Club. The first round had everything...… Read More »
A star studded trio of events begin in Saint Louis on July 11 at 1 PM CT, the U.S. Senior Championship, the U.S. Junior Champs and the U.S. Junior...… Read More »
The Kasparov Chess Foundation (KCF) and Saint Louis Chess Club have been running the very successful Young Stars program for the past six years. Team… Read More »
Ian Nepomniachtchi leads the 2019 Croatia Grand Chess Tour by a full point as Saturday’s Round 4 action gets underway. Wesley So and Magnus Carlsen… Read More »
Turns out the death of classical chess may have been "greatly exaggerated" after all. The Zagreb stop of the 2019 Grand Chess Tour got underway...… Read More »
Results are in at the National Open (June 11-16), the Main Event at the Las Vegas International Chess Festival. GM Illia Nyzhnyk defeated Timur...… Read More »
GM Alejandro Ramirez, Photo Tim Hanks Going into Saturday's games, Grandmaster Alejandro Ramirez is leading a stacked National Open. After five… Read More »

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