FIDE Trainers Seminar for Women
By CLO   
April 30, 2010
Join Women's World Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk and FIDE Senior Trainers GM Alexander Chernin and Michael Khodarkovsky at the FIDE Trainers Seminar for Women from May 7-9 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Instant Replay: Topalov-Anand Game 5 Drawn
By CLO   
April 30, 2010
Game five of the Topalov-Anand World Championship match was drawn so the reigning champ maintains the lead.
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Anand on Top so Far in Sofia
By GM Ian Rogers   
April 28, 2010
GM Ian Rogers analyzes the Anand-Topalov match after four rounds and gives on-the-scene impression. Currently, the Indian World Champion leads the match 2.5-1.5.
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Kasparov, Karpov and Carlsen to Appear at New York City Benefit
By CLO   
April 28, 2010
Talk about a star-studded guest list! In honor of Anatoly Karpov's FIDE Presidential campaign, Karpov, Garry Kasparov and Magnus Carlsen will appear at a New York City fundraiser on May 17 and the Trump Soho.
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Instant Replay: Anand Wins Game Four
By CLO   
April 28, 2010
World Champion Anand pulled ahead today against his challenger, Veselin Topalov with a tactical win. The score is now 2.5-1.5 in Anand's favor.  Look for the full story by GM Ian Rogers later today.
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Chess Without Borders Join Millions of Volunteers Worldwide on Global Youth Service Day
By Kiran Frey   
April 28, 2010
Chess Without Borders celebrated Global Youth Service Day on April 24th. GM Shulman and his chess students joined millions of volunteers around the globe to show the powerful impact volunteers can make.
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Nakamura to Relocate to Saint Louis
By Mike Wilmering   
April 27, 2010
GM Hikaru Nakamura, the reigning U.S. Champion and the highest-rated American player, announced today he will be moving to Saint Louis following the U.S. Championship, which is scheduled for May 13-25.
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A Couch Potato's Guide to the World Championship - Part II
By GM Ian Rogers   
April 27, 2010
The World Championship got off to a thrilling start with two decisive games. Where have you been watching the action? GM Rogers' updates CLO readers on the online commentary and coverage options.
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Aleksandr Lenderman: Officially a Grandmaster
By CLO   
April 27, 2010
Aleksandr Lenderman, the 20-year-old US Championship contender is now officially a Grandmaster. His title was just confirmed by FIDE at the presidential board meeting in Sofia. 
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Expert Meets Grandmaster: A Personal Perspective on Playing Maurice Ashley
By Josh Lawson   
April 26, 2010
Expert Josh Lawson was serving time in the military when GM Maurice Ashley last visited his city, Greensboro in 2006. Last week, Lawson helped arrange an Ashley simul and book signing and he reports on meeting and playing one of his heroes.
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Anand Evens Score in Sofia
By CLO   
April 25, 2010
World Champion Viswanathan Anand scored an endgame win in the Catalan to even the score against Veselin Topalov in the World Championship in Sofia. 
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Topalov Begins Match with Big Win
By CLO   
April 24, 2010
Homecourt challenger Veselin Topalov began the World Championship match against Anand with a crushing win on the White side of the Grunfeld. 
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A Volunteer's Perspective on Columbus: A Blue Apron & Female Fire
By Melinda Matthews   
April 22, 2010
Chess Mom Melinda Matthews volunteered last weekend at the High School Nationals and All-Girls Nationals. See her thoughts on Columbus, scheduling and her son's game against Abby Marshall.
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A Couch Potato's Guide to Topalov-Anand
By GM Ian Rogers   
April 21, 2010
The long awaited match between Viswanathan Anand and Veselin Topalov begins in the Bulgarian capital Sofia on Saturday. See GM Ian Rogers' wrap-up on where to watch and read commentary.
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Santarius Wins Hales Corners Challenge XI
By Tom Fogec   
April 21, 2010
Erik Santarius won the Hales Corners Challenge, held on April 17 with 3.5/4. Rachel Ulrich (to the left) scored 3/4 in the reserve and won prizes from goddesschess and the North American chess association.
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Field finalized for 2010 U.S. Championship
By Mike Wilmering   
April 20, 2010
The field for the 2010 Championship has been finalized with the four wildcard selections: GMs Vinay Bhat, Alexander Stripunsky and IMs Irina Krush and Sam Shankland.
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FIDE Trainers Seminar for Women Instant Replay: Topalov-Anand Game 5 Drawn Anand on Top so Far in Sofia Kasparov, Karpov and Carlsen to Appear at New York City BenefitInstant Replay: Anand Wins Game Four Chess Without Borders Join Millions of Volunteers Worldwide on Global Youth Service Day Nakamura to Relocate to Saint LouisA Couch Potato's Guide to the World Championship - Part II Aleksandr Lenderman: Officially a Grandmaster Expert Meets Grandmaster: A Personal Perspective on Playing Maurice Ashley Anand Evens Score in Sofia Topalov Begins Match with Big Win A Volunteer's Perspective on Columbus: A Blue Apron & Female Fire A Couch Potato's Guide to Topalov-Anand Santarius Wins Hales Corners Challenge XIField finalized for 2010 U.S. Championship All-Girls Nationals: Ballantyne Ties with Chen and Wins UTD Scholarship High School Nationals: The Biggest Tie Ever and Hunter on Top $10,000 Up for Grabs at the US Championship Blitz Open Kudrin and Ivanov Win Hartford Open Meekins and Ong Lead High School; Matlin Leads All GirlsThe National High School and All Girls Begin in ColumbusIn Columbus, Ryba Wins Blitz, Low and Uesgui Take Bug Abby on Columbus, College and her Last Scholastic Game Final Four: UMBC beats Brownsville to retain titleThe Quest to Qualify by IM Altounian GM Jesse Kraai Takes Clear First in Reno Vela, IS 318, Adelberg and Lee on Top at the Junior High Nationals Four GMs Tie in Saint Louis Open College Final Four Update: Brownsville vs. Maryland Baltimore County Four Lead the Saint Louis Open Adelberg and IS 318 in Clear Lead at Junior High NationalsJunior High School Nationals: Day 1 ReportFinal Four Kicks Off in BrownsvilleTournament of Champions Final: Altounian vs. StudenNakagawa Takes First in K-9 BlitzThe Grandmaster ApartmentRecord field set for Saint Louis OpenGM Pascal Charbonneau on Blitzing the Donald Benge Memorial 2010 Grand Prix Sponsors: ChessLecture.com and ChessMagnetSchool.com The Final Scoop on the Philadelphia Open GM Robert Hess is the 2010 Samford Fellow Benefactor Membership Upgrade AvailableThe Story of IS 318: Interview with the Director of Chess Movie Kamsky Tops Philadelphia Open New USCF Rating Floors Implemented Far West Open BeginsBe a USCF Benefactor! The Scoop Begins at the Philadelphia Open The April Check is in the Mail