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Let’s start out the year by putting on our rulebook thinking caps. This quiz pushes the limits of slippery slope thinking. The solutions are at the… Read More »
January 10, 2022 Update: Today is the first early registration deadline - Don't miss out on a reduced entry fee! US Chess announces the 2022 National… Read More »
The US Chess Girls Club had a spectacular 2021. Highlights included a team game and Q& A with the Botez sisters, meeting Judit Polgar in the… Read More »
Due to inclement winter weather impacting the Crossville, Tennessee area, the US Chess office will be closing at noon Central Time today, January 6… Read More »
In a unanimous 8-0 vote, the US Chess Federation’s Executive Board has elected to move the US Chess headquarters from Crossville, Tennessee to the St… Read More »
Greetings! I hope each of you and yours have had a great holiday season! In our first game, between Dr. Kenny Drombosky and Timothy Tingen, White… Read More »
Anyone who has attended a U.S. Open since 1974 has seen a couple—always together—walking from meeting to meeting in matching tee shirts that often...… Read More »
US Chess is thrilled to open the grant process for a Women and Girls’ Blitz and/or Rapid Event in 2022, funded by a generous donation from Richard… Read More »
US Chess has received word that Myron Lieberman died on Christmas Eve. Myron was a former Policy Board member (now called Executive Board) and… Read More »
Yes, it's January. And yes, this is the December edition of Cover Stories. (Look for the January EP soon!) GM Maxime Vachier-Lagrave is the author of… Read More »

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