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Adia Onyango made a splash in her first month of eligibility for the Senior Women’s (50+) Invitational rating list. Onyango, who turned 50 in January… Read More »
The Confederation of Chess for Americas (CCA) and the US Chess Federation (USA) have announced the XXXIV Pan-American Youth Chess Festival will be...… Read More »
This week's Wednesday Workout pays tribute to Dr. George M. Kramer, who passed away last Wednesday, February 21, at the age of 94. Please read our...… Read More »
Born May 15, 1929 in Brooklyn, New York, George Mortimer Kramer began playing chess and competing at a young age. By 1945, he had won the New York...… Read More »
US Chess is pleased to announce ten grant awards under the US Chess Title I Grant Program. With support from generous donors, US Chess annually… Read More »
We continue our Chess Life Kids Openings Project's exploration into themes of the Alapin anti-Sicilian by looking at one of the most popular themes… Read More »
FM Tanitoluwa "Tani" Adewumi earned his final IM norm at the 15th annual Southwest Class, held February 15 through 19 in Irving, Texas. For some of… Read More »
Three players earned norms across three norm-qualifying sections from February 15 through 19 in New York City as part of the NYC Chess Norms...Read… Read More »
While “Freestyle” chess, under one name or another, has enjoyed several marquee events featuring top grandmasters over the past few years, the...Read… Read More »
This week, we are proud to share the final installment of our four-part series on Tata Steel 2024, focusing exclusively on key moments from the...… Read More »

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