U.S. Amateur Teams: The Tradition Continues
By Jack Adamo, John Hillery, Alex Betaneli, Harvey Lerman, Jerry Hanken   
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In a year when “punny” politically-based team names proved popular, the fun and camaraderie of the USCF’s most popular event was “Barack” for another year.



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1997 & 1999 Golden Knights Champions Crowned
By FM Alex Dunne   
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After a decade, a conclusion is finally reached in the 1997 and 1999 Golden Knights correspondence events. Of course, since they started when Bill Clinton was president, this really depends on what the meaning of “is” is.



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Chess Without Borders
By Betsy Dynako   
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One of our top chess professionals teams with local Barrington, Illinois supporters to use chess to support philanthropic causes.



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Don't Just Reassess Your Chess--IMPLODe It!
By Dana Mackenzie   
Building on a classic text by IM Jeremy Silman, here is a method to help you come up with a plan in your own games.

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2008 Chess Journalists of America/Cramer Awards Announcements
By Jonathan Hilton   
Call for entries
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Looks at Books: A Matchless Match Book by Bareev
By GM Joel Benjamin   
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Vladimir Kramnik has proven himself a formidable match opponent. His second, Evgeny Bareev, tells the story of Kramnik’s behind-the-scenes preparation and strategy during three world-championship matches.



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Chess to Enjoy: The Exception to the Rule
By GM Andy Soltis   




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