Posts categorized "Top-american-players"

The Champions Chess Tour's second "Major" event offers an increased $220,000 prize fund and an invitation to the tour finale in September.Read More »
The fourth tournament in the Champions Chess Tour is a Major event offering $200,000 and an invitation to the September tour finals.Read More »
The All-America team was created in 1987 as one of the highest national honors attainable for chess players aged 18 and under.Read More »
The New York Grandmaster knocked off three other GMs and finished a full point ahead of the pack.Read More »
United States to have five competitors ranked among the top 20 players in the world ST. LOUIS (February 26, 2021) - The Saint Louis Chess Club is...… Read More »
The nation's chess capital is nearing completion of its 20,000 square foot expansion project, and has October marked for the national championships.… Read More »
The US Champion beat GM Magnus Carlsen in a Valentine's Day final, the second time in a row in the Champions Chess Tour.Read More »
US Chess Champion Wesley So defeated GM Teimour Radjabov in the Champions Tour semifinals Friday, and will face the World Champion on Saturday.Read… Read More »
After a late, fatal blunder in game two on Tuesday, the US Champion struck back with four consecutive wins to advance to the Champions Chess Tour...… Read More »
GMs Wesley So, Hikaru Nakamura, Leinier Dominguez and Sam Shankland will play in the Opera Euro Rapid, beginning Saturday.Read More »

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