Anand’s Eight Steps to the World Championship
By GM Ian Rogers   
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Golfers may have Tiger Woods, but The Tiger from Madras is now the World Chess Champion.



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Bronstein: I Played Chess For My Dad's Jailers
By IM Anthony Saidy   
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On the anniversary of his death, we offer a never-before-published interview from 1992 in which GM David Bronstein reveals the pressures on him while in pursuit of the world championship.



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Back to the Futurity
By Pete Tamburro   
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A state association “looks after its own” by doing the hard work of organizing an International tournament to make norm opportunities, rare in the U.S., available to its top young players.



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A Second Scottish Enlightenment?
By Dr. Tim Redman   
CISCCON: Chess in the Schools and Communities International Conference, was held at King’s College, University of Aberdeen from August 30-September 1, 2007—with much of value for the USCF emerging from it.



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Sunday In The Park With Maurice
By C. K. Damrosch   
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In New York’s grand oasis of Central Park, a chess oasis exists, tucked away far from the madding crowds.



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Turning Sludge Into Wine
By IM David Levy   
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Burt Hochberg (1933-2006) was the longest-serving editor of Chess Life magazine (1966-1979). This month we pause to remember him.



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Timing is Everything
By Jon Jacobs   
I’ve got a perfectly good clock. Why should I spend the bucks on some new-fangled gizmo?



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