Thanks to the over one hundred members who entered our Chess: A Game for Life promotion. We at US Chess were thrilled with the diversity and passion of...
After 9 captivating rounds of rapid chess, Levon Aronian is the clear leader with 5 impressive victories.
Senior Master Mika Brattain started the Cleveland Open as the tournament’s top seed and played every game on board one scoring four wins and a quick last round draw to take the $2000 first place and $100 clear first place bonus.
The Sinquefield Cup ended with a thrilling victory by Maxime Vachier-Lagrave. This paved the way to a clear victory for the Frenchman, as his main...
Chess Life Magazine
August 2017: The 20th anniversary of SuperNationals was a resounding success as SN VI set a record with 5,575 participants! In honor of this, our special August issue focuses on scholastic chess, from our cover story by FM Mike Klein, to a look at GMs who attended Ivy League schools, to a found Fischer game from the 1955 U.S. Junior Championship that FM Alex Dunne has uncovered.
Chess Life Kids
5,575 participants converged on the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee for the SuperNationals VI event. This was the 20th anniversary of US Chess’ grand idea to merge our National Elementary, Junior High, and High School Championships into one super event under one roof, and it has gotten bigger and better every year! Read our cover story starting on page 10.