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While chess can be played and enjoyed at any age, it’s clear that there’s a youth movement in American chess under way. Hikaru Nakamura said as much… Read More »
Round 1 of the U.S. Championship and Women’s Championship kicked off with both a bang and a whimper. The women were out for blood, and every game in… Read More »
The U.S. Championship and U.S. Women's Championship opened on Monday, March 18th at the Saint Louis Zoo, coinciding with the US Hall of Fame and… Read More »
While Russia and China entered the final day with the Open and Women’s titles respectively in hand, there was no shortage of drama. England took the… Read More »
The Russian Open team and the Chinese Women’s team both clinched victory with a round to spare in the 2019 World Team Championship . The Russians...… Read More »
Team America took one on the chin today in the seventh round of the 2019 World Team Championship. The Open team fell to Russia 2.5-1.5, giving Russia… Read More »
It was back to business in Astana today for Team America in the 2019 World Team Championship. After yesterday’s rest day, the Open team crushed… Read More »
If past is indeed prologue, as the Bard told us in The Tempest, then GM Jeffery Xiong must be a confident young man right now. His victory in the A… Read More »
It’s the rest day today in Astana, marking the (slightly more than) half-way point in the 2019 World Team Championship. The U.S. Open team suffered… Read More »
There may have been “shots fired” across the board, but it was “U.S.-Kazakhstan Friendship Day” in the World Team Championship today in Astana. Both… Read More »

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