Posts categorized "Top-american-players"

The Las Vegas International Chess Festival kicks off on Tuesday, June 11 with the U.S. Women's Open, a five round Swiss that will crown a National...… Read More »
SAINT LOUIS (June 10, 2019) – This summer marks a hallmark first for Saint Louis, America’s Chess Capital, as the Saint Louis Chess Club will host...… Read More »
It required a trip to the tie-break round, but both Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So are through to the second round of the 2019 Moscow Grand Prix. Both… Read More »
In this new periodic feature here at CLO, we’ll check in with top American players as they compete in important international events. This week we...… Read More »
Caruana, Carlsen, Naiditsch, and Leminsky (photo van Reem) Magnus Carlsen was the clear and convincing winner of the 2019 Grenke Chess Classic...Read… Read More »
Shunkai Peng Shunkai Peng of Oregon took clear first in the K-8 Chess Championships held this weekend in Grapevine, Texas. He entered Championship...… Read More »
Photo R Anderson Two players remain perfect in the Championship sections at the Junior High School Nationals in Grapevine, Texas. In the K-9, Jason… Read More »
As the action at the Junior High School Championships in Grapevine, Texas intensifies, our twitch stream kicks off. Starting in round five at 7 CT/8… Read More »
Our new U.S. Women's Chess Champion, 17-year-old Jennifer Yu appears on Ladies Knight to discuss her historic victory at the 2019 US Women's...Read… Read More »
It took two weeks, eleven rounds, and a heavy dose of final day drama, but US Chess now has its 2019 Champions: Hikaru Nakamura and Jennifer Yu. Yu… Read More »

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