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Field, Commentators Set for 2014 U.S. Championships
By Mike Wilmering   
April 14, 2014
The fields are set for both the 2014 U.S. Championship and 2014 U.S. Women's Championship, scheduled to be held simultaneously May 7 through May 20 at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis.
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GM-elect Kayden Troff: A Case Study by Kenneth Kiewra [EXCERPT]
By Kenneth A. Kiewra   
April 14, 2014
Nurturing300bookcover.jpgKenneth A. Kiewra, psychology professor and father of IM Kiewra recently contributed to a book on nurturing talent. Find an excerpt on the background behind GM-elect Kayden Troff's success.
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USCF Joins the Party, Supports Millionaire Chess
By CLO   
April 11, 2014
We are happy to announce that Millionaire Chess and the United States Chess Federation (USCF) now have a promotional agreement in place to spread the word about the Millionaire Chess Open.
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Neil Falconer 1923-2014
By IM John Donaldson   
April 11, 2014
Falconer350.jpgIM John Donaldson remembers former Mechanics Institute president Neil Falconer, who passed away on April 5th, 2014 shortly after celebrating his 91st birthday.  
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All-Girls Nationals Kicks Off Friday
By CLO   
April 11, 2014
The All-Girls Nationals takes place this weekend from April 11-13 in Northbrook, IL. According to David Heiser of Reniassance Knights, "327 are pre-registered – far exceeding last year’s record turnout of 280 players."
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San Francisco Scholastic Attracts Hundreds
By GM Nick DeFirmian   
April 10, 2014
Nearly three hundred school children descended on the San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park on March 22nd to contest the 2014 San Francisco Scholastic Chess Championship. Find full details and photos.
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Yang & Catalina Foothills on Top in San Diego
By Anatoly Ostrovsky   
April 10, 2014
CatalinaFoothillsLead.jpgFind out more about big wins at the National High School Championships in San Diego by GM-elect Darwin Yang and Catalina Foothills team from Tucson, Arizona.
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Sixth in San Diego: Homidan on his Final Scholastic
By Jonathan Homidan   
April 9, 2014
homidandad.jpgJonathan Homidan, a high school senior, writes about his final scholastic outing at the National High School Champs in San Diego. Despite a loss to the champ, Darwin Yang, Homidan finished in sixth.
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Levon Aronian Headlines Metropolitan Chess Camp
By Kostya Kavutskiy   
April 8, 2014
Aronian450.jpgMetropolitan Chess, in partnership with the American Chess Academy, is eager to announce that World #2 GM Levon Aronian will be the lead instructor in this year's summer camp, taking place July 9-13.
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Million Dollar Chess Tournament Makes First Move
By Karla Shannon   
April 7, 2014
Today GM Maurice Ashley announced that the Millionaire Chess Open would indeed be held in October in Las Vegas. “Chess is ready for this kind of bold undertaking,” Ashley says in the official PR.
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2014 Scholar Chess Player Award Winners
By US Chess Trust   
April 7, 2014
The 2014 Scholar-Chessplayer Award winners were announced at the National High School Championships in San Diego: Jeevan Karamsetty, Varun Krishnan, Aleksandr Ostrovskiy, Arthur Shen and Atulya Shetty.
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Webster Wins Again: Final Four of College Chess
By Jamaal Abdul-Alim   
April 6, 2014
The Webster University Chess Team successfully defended its title as America’s top college chess team at the New York Athletic Club.
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Sunday in San Diego: Yang Leads Among Flurry of Upsets
By Anatoly Ostrovsky   
April 6, 2014
darwin_yang.jpgAfter two days and five rounds of the National High School Championships in San Diego, GM-elect Darwin Yang leads with a perfect 5-0. Check out key games as the final action approaches.
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High School Champs in San Diego Draws Star Players
By Anatoly Ostrovksiy   
April 5, 2014
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This year's High School Champs features some of the strongest competition ever with 33 masters and GM-elect Yang. Anatoly writes about the tough battle ahead for his son IM Alex Ostrovskiy, #2 seed and board 1 of defending team champs, Edward Murrow. 
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Final Four Underway in New York
By CLO   
April 5, 2014
Teams from Texas Tech, University of Illinois, University of Maryland - Baltimore County (UMBC) and Webster University will face off in New York City in the Final Four of College Chess.
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The Road to the Blind World Champs: Interview with Alex Barrasso
By Bruce Leverett   
April 4, 2014
AlexBFamily.jpgBruce Leverett interviews five-time US Blind Champion Alex Barrasso, the US representative in the upcoming World Champs in Greece. He also talks with interview with Al Pietrolungo, president of the USBC.
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