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Grabinsky brings home top US score in chess meet

COQUILLE — Aaron Grabinsky finished the World Youth and Chess Championships in Porto Carras, Greece last week with the top score on the US team and a ranking of 26th out of 116 players in the under-18 division. Seven months ago, the 17-year-old Coquille High School senior, coached by Dr…. Read the full article viaContinue reading “Grabinsky brings home top US score in chess meet”

The Czech is in the Mail: CZE vs USA Correspondence Chess 

   CZE-USA 2013, Czech Republic – USA Friendly Match TD De Blois Figueredo, Adrián (IA) Czech Republic White Black White Black USA Board 1 GM Židů, Jan ½ ½ ½ ½ GM Ham, Stephen E…. Read the full article via http://ift.tt/1RfiHc0

The Czech is in the Mail: Update on My Adventures in Correspondence Chess

Playing correspondence chess is not for the faint of heart or the uncommitted. Seven years later, I am still battling in my final two games of the 2006 USCF Golden Knights Championship. I still have a reasonable chance of winning the event but my final two games going are against two of the very best American correspondenceContinue reading “The Czech is in the Mail: Update on My Adventures in Correspondence Chess”

World Youth Chess Championships 2012: Half Time for Team USA

Today was the break day for the young chess players competing at the World Youth Chess Championships in Maribor, Slovenia. Team USA is particularly dominant in the U12 Open where American chess masters Samuel Sevian and Jeffrey Xiong are tied for first and will be playing on board 1 in round 7. Only a half point behind and tied for secondContinue reading “World Youth Chess Championships 2012: Half Time for Team USA”