Powerhouse Webster Team Wins Final Four of College Chess

Webster University, won the Final Four College of Chess, held over the March 28-29 weekend in New York with a line-up that included powerhouse GMs Quang Liem Le (2755), Ray Robson (2750) and Illia I Nyzhnyk (2748).  

NorCal House of Chess Threepeat in US Amateur Team Playoffs

NorCal House of Chess made history in the US Amateur team playoffs by winning their third consecutive victory. In the final they defeated the Virginia Assasins from the East. 

Final Four of College Clash Set for NYC This Weekend

The Final Four of College Chess goes down from March 28-29 at the New York Athletic Club. Competing teams are Webster University, University of Maryland at Baltimore County, Texas Tech and University of Texas at Dallas.

USCF Website Revision Project Update: Tray Creative

The USCF received many competitive proposals for our website revision project. We selected Tray Creative, based in Seattle for phase 1, which includes developing a 501 (c) (3) site.

The Metro Chess Interview with GM Wesley So

GM Wesley So recently switched federations to the USA, and is in the top ten players in the World. Kostya Kavutskiy of Metropolitan Chess interviews So: "Work harder. Focus harder. Believe harder."

Greg on Chess: Handicapping the 2015 US Chess Championships

IM Greg Shahade handicaps the US Chess Championship, from March 31 to April 13, which will feature a super exciting field including GMs Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So. 

2015 Marchand Open: Kamsky to Apples

Josh Rofrano writes about the 2015 Marchand Open, where he got a chance to play the reigning US Chess Champion Gata Kamsky.

IM Danny Rensch Analyzes USCF Chess.Com Games

Last week, we announced that USCF and chess.com are provided USCF rated play on chess.com. International Master Danny Rensch analyzes some games as he plays in the first USCF rated event, providing commentary and analysis.

GM Krush Eliminated in World Champs

GM and reigning US Women's Champion GM Irina Krush was eliminated in round 2 of the Women's World Championship by GM GM Dronavalli Harika.

L'Ami Wins Non-Trivially in Reykjavik

GM Ian Rogers covers the Reykjavik Open, with a focus on American stars participating, including GM Daniel Naroditsky and IM Justin Sarkar. He follows-up on his popular piece on Carlsen and Hammer's trivia win.

Ten More Days for Millionaire Chess Reduced Entry Fee

There are only ten more days to take advantage of early entry fees to the second edition of Millionaire Chess, set for Vegas in October. Don't miss out on a discount for the exciting, high-stakes event. 

2015 U.S. Championships to Showcase Rising World Strength

Check out the updated fields for the US Chess Championships and US Women's, set for March 31-April 13 in Saint Louis. Competitors included defending champ Kamsky and World top ten GMs Nakamura and So.

   

Featured Articles

  • Chess In the Blackfeet Nation
  • Pan Am Championships
  • Games from the 41st Eastern Open
  • National K-12 Championship

Coming in the April 2015 issue of Chess Life:
  • Real Life or Chess Life?
  • The Thoresen Chess Engines Competition
  • Nakamura at Gibraltar; So at Tata Steel
 
 
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Can GM Gata Kamsky defend his U.S. Championship against two of the top-ten players in the world, GMs Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So, and nine other contenders? Can GM Irina Krush win a seventh U.S. Women's Championship title? The world will find out in St. Louis this March 31 - April 13th. For the full lineup of challengers and more information, click here.

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