#ICYMI December 2019

With so much great material here at Chess Life Online, it's easy to miss something that you might otherwise have wanted to read. So we here at US Chess will be running a monthly #ICYMI ("in case you missed it") feature in Chess Life and here at CLO. Here's our first installment, pulling from deep within the CLO archives, and from more recent efforts! #ICYMI December 2019 (1) With the 2019 National K-12 Grade Championships just days away, check out our final round coverage from the 2018 event. Women’s Program Director / WGM Jen Shahade and her brother IM Greg Shahade bring you the key results. https://new.uschess.org/news/z-z-k-12-zhao-zhuge-among-newly-crowned-champs/ (2) Also from last December, here’s GM Mesgen Amanov talking about his experience coaching young “Raj” Chennareddy, who won gold at the 2018 World Cadet Championship. This article took second place in our annual “Best of CLO” competition. https://new.uschess.org/news/triangle-success-amanov-raj-chennareddys-path-gold-2/ (3) Looking for some New Year’s Resolutions? Let Ben Finegold make a few suggestions. https://new.uschess.org/news/finegolds-chess-resolutions/ (4) Winter may be upon us, but we can still dream of summer, right? Irina Krush reports on an all-woman IM norm event from August 2019 in Berkeley, CA. https://new.uschess.org/news/krushs-summer-tour-part-berkeley/

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