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Huseynov Wins Chesapeake Open
By Michael Regan   
January 20, 2013
Low300.jpgIM Elmir Huseynov won the 5th annual Chesapeake Open (Jan. 11-13, Gaithersburg, MD). Scott Low (pictured), Jared Defibaugh and Chris Sevilla tied for 2nd. 
USCF Election News
By CLO   
January 19, 2013
slideUSCFflag.jpgThe Election committee certified executive board candidates for the 2013 election and named Harry Sabine as Chief Teller. Remember to register to vote by March 31.
Meet the Judges: Best of CLO 2012
By CLO   
January 17, 2013
FinegoldCamelDubai.jpgOur annual Best of CLO countdown celebrates the best writing of the previous year that is sometimes lost in the hectic pace of the online tournament news cycle.Meet the 2012 judges, including GM Ben Finegold, pictured here on a camel in the UAE.

GM Chao Li Wins Boston Chess Congress
By Steve Immitt   
January 16, 2013
ChaoLislide.jpgGM Chao Li from China continues his acclimation to the U.S., topping off his 3rd place finish at the North American Open in Las Vegas with a convincing clear victory in the Boston Chess Congress this past weekend.  
Interview with a Bughouse Coach: Nephtali Diaz
By Jennifer Shahade   
January 15, 2013
NephBug.jpgWith SuperNationals V just a few short months away, coach and bug champ Nephtali Diaz talked to CLO about a scholastic favorite: bughouse.
Tata Steel Starts with Tame Seas
By Macauley Peterson   
January 13, 2013
CarlsenCaruana2.jpgMacauley Peterson reports from the Tata Steel, the 75th annual tournament in Wijk aan Zee, the Netherlands. Participants include reigning US Champ Hikaru Nakamura & World #1 Magnus Carlsen. 

Tata Steel Chess Tournament Begins
By CLO   
January 12, 2013
The Tata Steel Chess tournament began in Wijk aan Zee. US Champion Hikaru Nakamura began the event with a draw against Vishy Anand.
GM Sadorra convincing in New Year Open in Santa Clara
By Salman Azhar   
January 12, 2013
NeetApteslide.jpgGM Julio Sadorra convincingly won the New Year Open Championship in Santa Clara, California with perfect score to claim the top prize of $1213.
January Check is in the Mail
By Alex Dunne   
January 9, 2013
Kovatsslide.jpgThe first "Check is in the Mail" column of 2013 by Alex Dunne covers the 2010 Victor Palciauskas Tournament & the Colorado Correspondence Championship.
Timur Gareev, Blindfold in Hawaii
By GM Timur Gareev   
January 4, 2013
TimurPali.jpgGM Timur Gareev writes about the 27-board blindfold exhibition in Hawaii preceding his North American Open win. He also discusses his prep to play a 64-board blindfold simul by the end of 2013.
High School Student Organizes All Girls Chess Camp
By Anjana Murali   
January 2, 2013
pic-2.jpgHigh-school student Anjana Murali organized an all girls chess camp in Glendale, Wisconsin. In CLO, she writes about her goals and inspiration. 
The Scoop on the Pan-Ams [VIDEO]
By US Chess Scoop   
January 1, 2013
DarrianColumbia.jpgThe Pan-Am Champs in Princeton saw a 5-way tie for 1st. The Scoop vid features GM Robson of Webster, supercoaches Onischuk (Texas Tech), Seirawan (Lindenwood) & Darrian Robinson, who tells us how chess helped her into U of Chicago.
North American Open: The Wide View
By Randy Hough   
January 1, 2013
LiangSlide.jpgRandy Hough writes about class sections at the North American Open, held from December 26-30 in Las Vegas. Under 1500 winner George Shan (pictured) has scored 14.5 out of his past 15 games!
Gareev on Winning in Vegas: Bring a Blindfold
By Jamaal Abdul-Alim   
December 31, 2012
TimurGoich.jpgGM Timur Gareev won the North American Open with 8/9, a point ahead of FM John Bryant, who earned a GM norm. Read about Gareev's secret to success and others who rang the New Year in with norms.
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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