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The videos from the August 6, 2022 Delegates Meeting are now available on our US Chess YouTube channel: Morning Session: Read More »
In August 2020, the US Chess Delegates created a Nominating Committee to assist with identifying candidates to run for the US Chess Executive Board… Read More »
Garrett Scott (1944-2022) Former Policy Board (now called Executive Board) member Garrett Scott has died at the age of 78. Garrett was a civil rights… Read More »
IT Project Manager/Developer Work for US Chess, the national governing body for chess in the United States. US Chess recently relocated to St. Louis… Read More »
The 2022-2023 US Chess Executive Board: (Top row, l-r) Randy Bauer, David Day, Kevin Pryor, John Fernandez. (Bottom row, l-r): Mike Hoffpauir, David… Read More »
With wins by both of our teams in rounds nine and ten, the Americans had put themselves in medal contention, which is a place most teams would be...… Read More »
Both U.S. Olympiad teams held serve in Round 10, with the Open team defeating Turkey and the Women’s team defeating Indonesia – both with scores of 3… Read More »
After nine days of grueling classical chess, Russian GM and Texas Tech student Aleksey Sorokin is our 2022 U.S. Open champion. Sorokin tied for first… Read More »
Randy Bauer was named President of US Chess today. Bauer, who was previously Vice-President, stated on his LinkedIn page, "Today, I was honored to be… Read More »
Open After the struggles in the two previous rounds in the Open event, it was essential that the American team post a victory — preferably a...Read… Read More »

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