July 2022 Issue of Chess Life Now Available

The July 2022 issue of Chess Life is now available in digital and print formats.

Chess Life July 2022 cover

Over-the-board is back!

This month, we have on-the-ground coverage with annotated games from the National High School and Middle School Championships, along with reports from the Mid-America Open and Amateur Team East.

Plus, the latest installment of our Tarrasch series, Olympiad news, and more!

Click here to view this month's issue.

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In the July issue I was delighted to see the picture of the Cadets from West Point and the Midshipmen from Annapolis. More than 50 years ago, when I was a senior at the Naval Academy, I was president of the USNA chess club, and I organized and participated in what I believe to be the first ever chess competition between the US Naval Academy and the US Military Academy. Although I'm sure it has not been an uninterrupted annual event, I'm glad to see that 50 years later the Cadets and Midshipmen are still competing with each other over the chess board!

--Larry Walther, US Naval Academy Class of 1972

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