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Howard Stern Continues Support of Holly Heisman Memorial Fund
By CLO   
September 30, 2010
In honor of talk show host and chess enthusiast Howard Stern's continued support of the Holly Hesiman Memorial Fund, we've made the May 2010 Chess Life Magazine Howard Stern feature article public. 
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USA Tops Bulgaria; Women Tie Greece
By CLO   
September 30, 2010
The US team defeated Bulgaria today as the Chess Olympiad approaches its finale. Our US Champion Gata Kamsky scored the clutch victory over Ivan Cheparinov. The women tied with Greece.
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The Great Gatsby Plays To Mate
By Jennifer Shahade   
September 29, 2010
If you've ever wondered how The Great Gatsby would do against Madame Bovary in a chess match, you'll want to read this interview with Princeton professor D. Graham Burnett who created Novel Chess with philosopher W.J Walter.
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USA Draws China; Women Lose to Russia 2
By CLO   
September 29, 2010
Today at the 2010 US Olympiad in Khanty-Mansiysk, the US team drew against China while the women had a tough loss against Russia 2.
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No Change for FIDE: Kirsan Wins
By CLO   
September 29, 2010
The FIDE Presidential elections in Khanty-Mansiysk resulted in a win for incumbent Kirsan Ilyumzhinov. The vote tally was 95 for Kirsan, 55 for Karpov (who the USCF endorsed).
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Irina Krush's Siberia Photo Gallery
By IM Irina Krush   
September 28, 2010
One of IM Irina Krush's many hobbies (besides rapping!) is photography. Check out her photo gallery from the Olympiad including pictures from the opening ceremony and the rest day.
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USA Ties with Poland; Women Defeat Armenia
By CLO   
September 28, 2010
In round seven of the Chess Olympiad in Khanty-Mansiysk, USA drew Poland 2-2 while the women scored a key victory over Armenia. Tomorrow the men play China and the women face Russia 2.
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Olympiad Round Six: USA Defeats Vietnam, Women Falter to Georgia
By CLO   
September 27, 2010
In round six of the 2010 Chess Olympiad in Khanty-Mansiysk, the US Open team defeated Vietnam 2.5-1.5 while the women lost 1.5-2.5 to Georgia.
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2010 FIDE Election Update
By IM John Donaldson   
September 26, 2010
US team captain IM John Donaldson updates CLO readers on the tension in Siberia as the FIDE presidential election approaches. The USCF is officially endorsing the Karpov 2010 campaign.
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US Chess League Highlights: Week Five
By Kostya Kavutskiy   
September 25, 2010
Welcome to a new CLO column, US Chess League Highlights by Kostya Kavutskiy of the LA Vibe. Kostya will be zeroing in on some of the most exciting moments of each USCL action packed week.
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US Olympic Teams Prevail in Round Five
By CLO   
September 25, 2010
Our US Olympic teams prevailed in round five. The men defeated Argentina 3-1, spurred on by individual victories by Kamsky and Nakamura. The women scored 2.5-1.5 over Slovenia with Abrahamyan winning the key game.
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US Chess School Call for Los Angeles Applicants
By Greg Shahade   
September 24, 2010
The next United States Chess School will be held in Los Angeles from December 26th-30th. The class still has 3-5 open spots. Check out details and criteria to see if the 14th session is a good fit for you! 
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Justus Williams Becomes Youngest African-American Master Ever
By CLO   
September 24, 2010
12-year-old IS 318 student Justus Williams of the CIS program hit 2200 last night at the Marshall Chess Club to become the youngest African-American Player to ever reach the master rating. 
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2010 Chess Olympiad: First Impressions by John Donaldson
By IM John Donaldson   
September 24, 2010
US Captain IM John Donaldson writes about the weather, playing conditions and the controversial number of Russian teams at the Olympiad in Khanty Mansiysk.
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CLO Wishes Spassky a Speedy Recovery
By CLO   
September 24, 2010
According to Russian newspapers, the much-loved 10th World Champion, Boris Spassky has suffered a stroke and is in critical condition. CLO wishes him a speedy and full recovery.
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USA Loses to Russia; Women Draw Hungary
By CLO   
September 24, 2010
USA lost 1-3 to Russia A today. The women drew Hungary with wins by IM Irina Krush (who is now on 4-0) and WGM Sabina Foisor. Tomorrow the men face Argentina while the women play Slovenia.
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September - Chess Life Online 2010

Howard Stern Continues Support of Holly Heisman Memorial Fund USA Tops Bulgaria; Women Tie GreeceThe Great Gatsby Plays To Mate USA Draws China; Women Lose to Russia 2 No Change for FIDE: Kirsan WinsIrina Krush's Siberia Photo Gallery USA Ties with Poland; Women Defeat Armenia Olympiad Round Six: USA Defeats Vietnam, Women Falter to Georgia 2010 FIDE Election Update US Chess League Highlights: Week Five US Olympic Teams Prevail in Round Five US Chess School Call for Los Angeles Applicants Justus Williams Becomes Youngest African-American Master Ever2010 Chess Olympiad: First Impressions by John DonaldsonAn Unexpected Chess Adventure in Colombia CLO Wishes Spassky a Speedy RecoveryUSA Loses to Russia; Women Draw Hungary US Olympic Teams Convincing in Round Three Olympic Teams Victorious in Round Two Garden State Blues: GM Joel on the US Chess League US Olympic Teams Perfect in Round 1 John Hillery, 1952-2010Olympiad Begins with Grand Opening CeremonyOlympiad Opening Ceremony Live from Siberia! World Youth Delegation Set Lahno Wins World Women's Blitz Irina Krushing at the World Women's Blitz The US Chess Scoop on Magnus vs. the World US Class Champs Set for Oct 1-3 in Houston US Chess School Comes to Seattle, Part II Back to Scholastics: National Youth Action and K-12s Set for 2010Application Deadline Approaches for Schein-Friedman Scholastic Project Bent Larsen Dies at 75Magnus Faces World in G-Star RAW Chess Challenge GM Pascal Prevails in The Battle of the Border 2010 Labor Day Madness: Part III 2010 Labor Day Madness: Part II 2010 Labor Day Madness: Part I US Chess School Comes to Seattle, Part I Labor Day Chess Madness PreviewThe September Check is in the Mail Kamsky Wins Baku Open