Kostya Kavutskiy covers key games from the Millionaire Open in Las Vegas, including runner-up GM Ray Robson's win over GM David Berczes.
FM Alisa Melekhina gives her impressions of the Millionaire Chess Open in Las Vegas, including interviewes with champion GM Wesley So and founder GM Maurice Ashley.
National Chess Day on Saturday October 11, 2014 was celebrated by amateurs and masters in Grand Prixs and promotional events from coast to coast, from Alabama to Idaho.
The United States Chess Federation (USCF) is pleased to announce the 2015 All-America Chess Team sponsored by Trophies Plus.
Chess at any age! Alex Dunne's Game of the Month for October features a win from 108-year-old Canadian hall of famer Zoltan Saros and annotations from James Tracz (pictured).
GM Wesley So, now #10 in the World, triumphed in the 1st edition of Millionaire Chess in Las Vegas over friend and Webster team-mate GM Ray Robson. So wins 100K for his victory!
The U.S. Chess Federation (USCF) will hold an election in 2015 for two at-large positions on the USCF Executive Board for a term of three years, expiring in 2018. Update: Now with link to nomination petition.
The Cleveland Scholastic Open is back for its 3rd consecutive year and will take place on Saturday, October 18th, 2014!
Claudia Munoz updates CLO readers on her journey to Pune, India for the World Girls Junior Championship. She covers pulling off upsets, a tough loss and a rest day trip to Mumbai.
On October 11, 2014, National Chess Day, the New York Times starkly announced that they would discontinue their 50-year running chess column at the end of an article on the Grand Prix cycle. “This is the last chess column in the ...
Wesley So and Ray Robson are among the four finalists in Millionaire Monday. They are joined by Chinese GMs Zhou Jianchao and Yu Yangyi in the fight for 100K and the prestigious title in the groundbreaking tournament.
The USCF is seeking bidders for Phase 1 of its USCF Website Revision project. Proposals are due by October 15. Find full details in the pdf.
Daniel Lucas, the Director of Publications and the editor of Chess Life magazine is running the 2014 New York City Marathon, and raising money for the USCF along the way via a crowdrise fundraiser.