Team USA Makes Olympiad Finals
By FM Alex Dunne   
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In the last 55 years, the U.S. CC Olympiad team has only qualified for eight Olympiad finals.  Meet the team that makes it nine.



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Fabulous Fabiano
By Macauley Peterson   
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Despite currently living in Budapest, Hungary for the sake of his chess career, Fabiano Caruana has broken the record as the youngest American grandmaster.



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Hey, Jude: Acers Leads Americans at World Senior
By Dr. Carl Wagner   
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One of the most colorful figures in American chess finishes ahead of his more credentialed colleagues in Gmunden, Austria.



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UTD Takes Grudge Match with Belgrade
By Dr. Alexey Root, WIM   
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After a one-point victory for the Serbians in the 2006 match, the UTD took full advantage of the rematch this year with a convincing victory.



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Chess on a Plane
By FM Mike Klein   
If computational rationality has been achieved, it exists inside the headrest facing seat 37J of a Delta Airlines Boeing 747-400. Our correspondent shows how to join the Mile High (Chess!) Club.



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Larkins Leads Navy to Victory in U.S. Armed Forces Open
By Michael Atkins, NTD   
Anchors aweigh, my boys—Navy Beats Army to claim Armed Forces chess crown.



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Looks at Books: A Celebration of Karpov
By Jonathan Hilton   
Karpov celebrates Karpov with a look at his 100 best games—with just a dash of ego tossed in for good measure.



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