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Melinda's Swan Song to SuperNationals
By Melinda J. Matthews   
April 16, 2013
AlexeyShetty.jpgMelinda Matthews writes about the SuperNationals V, covering some of the big winners, highlights from her stint as a chess parent, navigating the Gaylord and attending educational seminars. 
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2013 Inductions Announced for World Chess Hall of Fame
By Mike Wilmering   
April 16, 2013
Kaidanovslide.jpgA ceremony on May 2, 2013 in Saint Louis will induct three into the World Chess Hall of Fame including GM Nona Gaprindashvili and two into the U.S. Chess Hall of Fame, including GM Gregory Kaidanov.
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Belakovskaia Hosts All-Girls Tourney in Arizona
By CLO   
April 16, 2013
AllGirlsChessAZlead.jpgWGM Anjelina Belakovskaia, a participant in the upcoming 2013 US Women's Chess Championship hosted an all-girls tournament, the 1st Annual Chess & Science Festival in Tucson.
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Cleveland Public Library Hosts Chess Challenge
By Paul Swaney   
April 16, 2013
026.jpgThe non-profit organization, Progress With Chess hosted a chess tournament for over 550 students from the Cleveland Municipal Schools Chess Program at the Cleveland Public Library.
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2013 U.S. Senior Open Comes to Tarrytown, New York
By Beatriz Marinello   
April 15, 2013
USSeniorOpen.jpgThe U.S. Chess Federation and Chess Educators are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2013 U.S. Senior Open from May 28-June 2.

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Robert Byrne, 1928-2013
By CLO   
April 13, 2013
BryneFischer.jpgGrandmaster, author and long-time New York Times chess columnist Robert Byrne died on April 12, 2013 at 84 years old. 
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2013 U.S. Championships Celebrate 5 Years in Saint Louis
By Mike Wilmering   
April 11, 2013
AlexOGata.jpgThe fields are set for both the 2013 U.S. Championship and 2013 U.S. Women’s Championship, scheduled to be held May 2-13 at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis (CCSCSL).
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Kasparov to Appear at All-Girls Nationals
By David Heiser   
April 11, 2013
Find full press release on Garry Kasparov's appearance at the 2013 Kasparov Chess Foundation All-Girls National Championships held in Chicago, April 26- 28.
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The Scoop on SuperNationals V
By US Chess Scoop   
April 11, 2013
5335 young people traveled to Nashville, TN to play in the fifth edition of SuperNationals, making it the biggest rated chess tournament in history.
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SuperNationals V Officially Breaks Record
By CLO   
April 8, 2013
atulya.jpgSuperNationals V officially broke the record for largest rated chess competition in history with 5335 participants. Browse results on MSA & play through a couple key games in the K-12. More video and stories to come!
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Webster Captures President's Cup
By CLO   
April 8, 2013
GMRAyRobson350.jpgWebster University topped three other top college teams to nab this year's President's Cup. The team was led by GMs Georg Meier, Wesley So, Ray Robson and Fidel Jiminez Corrales.
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Kasparov & Mutesi Meet
By CLO   
April 6, 2013
PhionaGarryslide.jpgFormer World Chess Champion and pro-democracy and human rights activist Garry Kasparov met Phiona Mutesi, the subject of "Queen of Katwe."
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CBS on the "Other Final Four"
By CLO   
April 6, 2013
CBS posted a nice piece on the "other final four" of chess about the four-team college chess competition held this weekend in Rockville, MD. 
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SuperNationals Scoop with Grandmaster Kosteniuk
By Chess Scoop   
April 5, 2013
kostyslideCLO.jpgGM and 12th Women's World Champ Alexandra Kosteniuk kicked off SuperNationals festivities with a simultaneous exhibition, scoring 36 wins and one draw. CLO editor Jen Shahade talks to her about why she loves this event.
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The Scoop on the Philly Open
By US Chess Scoop   
April 2, 2013
Our Scoop video from the Philadelphia Open features co-champs IM Daniel Naroditsky and GM Fidel Corrales Jiminez. We also caught up with 9-year-old NM Awonder Liang and WGM Tatev Abrahamyan.
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The April Check is in the Mail
By Alex Dunne   
April 1, 2013
clip_image002[2].jpgIn this month's column, Alex Dunne writes about blindfold postal chess and annotates the "Game of the Month by new correspondence chess master Wesley Green.
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August - Chess Life Online 2014

Back to School with Jeevan KaramsettyCaruana Off to a Crushing Start in Sinquefield Cup US Masters Returns to GreensboroBack to School with Becca Lampman Strongest Chess Tournament Ever Begins in Saint LouisCaptain Melik & Coach Yury Reflect on Tromso Brownsville Recognized as Chess City of the Year [FULL AWARDS LIST] Rogers Previews World's Strongest Tournament: Sinquefield Cup Tang & Kats Pick Up Big Norms in Canada The August Check is in the Mail President's Report From Tromso Ricardo DeGuzman Tops The Field In The ValleyBookstore Bids Open for National Scholastics Azarov Wins in Washington, Sevian Nabs Final Norm Hoffman & Rohde on Impressions from the Olympiad The Captain’s Report: Donaldson on the Last Round in Tromso Brown & Guadalupe Report from FIDE Congress US Teams Win Vs. Argentina & Vietnam US Splits Both Matches Sevian Leads Washington International USCF President Ruth Haring Reports in Orlando The US Splits Match vs. Hungary Captain's Report: Donaldson on the Olympiad Last Day Discount for Millionaire Chess FIDE Congress Underway in Tromso US Wins Big vs. Uzbekistan Rest and Run: Team USA Victorious in Round 62014 Sinquefield Cup Strongest Chess Tournament in HistoryTeam USA in Norway: Shankland Stays PerfectLevon Aronian Headlines Metropolitan Chess Camp US Teams Rebound in Round Four The US Falters in Round Three GM Conrad Holt Wins US Open Title The US Team in Norway: Big Battles Set for Round 3 Four Pull Ahead in Orlando Chess Life Bonus: Melekhina Annotates Krush Draw Ten Tied After Big US Open Merge

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