On August 7th, the Opening Ceremony and the Drawing of Lots opened the 2nd FIDE World Junior Chess Championship for the Disabled in Cherry Hill,…
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US Chess has two full-time job openings currently, a Governance Coordinator (application deadline extended to 8/31), and a Director of Development which you can find…
The thrilling STL Rapid & Blitz is beginning again at the Saint Louis Chess Club this weekend. Let’s take a look at the competitors.
Blindfold phenom Timur Gareyev (Kansas) kept his eyes very wide open to opportunities as he rebounded from a 5th-Round loss to GM Jorge Cori (Missouri)….
As the momentum for our US Chess Women’s movement continues to grow, a video by film-maker Jenny Schweitzer Bell premiered today in the New Yorker….
Veronika Zilajeva, our new National Girls Tournament of Champions winner, talks to Jennifer Shahade about her victory in Madison, the links between basketball and chess,…
Former US Chess Executive Director and Chess Life Editor Gerard J. Dullea, died on Sunday, July 29th at the age of 75. Dullea was a…
The inaugural National Senior Tournament of Champions kicked off on July 28 in Madison, Wisconsin at the U.S. Open, along with the Denker High School TOC, the Barber K-8 TOC and the National Girls TOC.
The US Chess annual report is now available for online download with great photography and news to share, including a positive report on the financial…
Results are in at the U.S. Open, held from July 28-August 5th in Madison, Wisconsin. Timur Gareyev took clear first after defeating U.S. Junior Champion…
US Chess Press
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- US Chess Announces Girls in Chess Video »
- Announcement from the U.S. Open »
- 1,200+ of the Best Youth Chess Players in NorCal - and the U.S. - to Compete in Santa Clara April 7-8 »
- Fabiano Caruana First American in a Generation to Compete for World Chess Championship »