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The 2022 United States Amateur Team Championship playoff will take place on Sunday, November 13th. Earlier this year each region held separate events… Read More »
Chess in the Schools proudly announces the Andy Lerner Award for Excellence in Chess Education, made possible by Andrew Lerner, esteemed member of… Read More »
The Mark Diesen Memorial Invitational was held in Chicago from September 16th-20th. Named in honor of the late 1976 World Junior Champion, IM Mark...… Read More »
The following motion was passed by the US Chess Executive Board Tuesday evening: "The Executive Board moves that, effective November 9, 2022, any new… Read More »
For this week's Wednesday Workout, enjoy a smattering of tactics from recent events including GM Wesley So's victory in the Inaugural… Read More »
For the November edition of One Move at a Time, we offer a look back at one of our favorite episodes. In this EP from May 2022, Dan Lucas sits down… Read More »
You may have seen Andy’s interview, as well as his stunning victory against IM Kostya Kavutskiy, in the November issue of Chess Life. Here, he shares… Read More »
Cheating in chess has been around for a long time. Old-timer Ruy Lopez is reported to have sat his opponents so that the sun was in their eyes...Read… Read More »
History has a way of repeating itself, as once again the chess world was abuzz with talk of Reykjavik, American world champions, and even Fischer...… Read More »
FM John Curdo of Auburn, Massachusetts, passed away on September 30, 2022, at age 90. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Carol Curdo, along with… Read More »