Grandmaster Awonder Liang broke through as the clear leader in the US Junior Championship (Saint Louis, July 11-21), despite a massive six way logjam at…
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At the halfway point, two clear leaders have emerged at the U.S. Juniors Championships, Carissa Yip and Advait Patel.
This summer is a big one for US Chess Women and Girls, and you can find a wide range of events in our recently added…
This year’s U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship has a myriad of new faces – half the players are brand new to the championship.
This year’s U.S. Junior Championship is incredibly strong, consisting of a field where half the players are grandmasters. Who will prove to be the top American prodigy?
In order for Yip to win on tiebreaks, her opponents would have to all win, and Badamkhand’s opponents would have to all lose. Amazingly, that is what happened, and she edged Badamkhand by half a tiebreak point!
The Texas Women’s Chess Championship was held June 23-24, 2018 at the North Richland Hills Public Library. The top-rated player, WFM Devina Devagharan, won with 3.5 of 4.
Kasparov went through every game, providing his insights and analysis as well as recommendations for improvement. Students also were tasked with absolutely top-notch tactical and strategical problems to solve.
The Las Vegas Chess Festival began with a star-studded US Women’s Open, and sixth seed Saikhanchimeg Tsogtsaikhan took it down after defeating National Girls…
One of the most anticipated chess festivals of the year, the Las Vegas Chess Festival from June 20-24 kicks off today with the US Women’s Open…
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