USCF Home arrow Chess Life Online arrow 2014 arrow August arrow US Masters Returns to Greensboro
US Masters Returns to Greensboro Print E-mail
August 28, 2014
UsMaster.jpg
For the third consecutive year, the US Masters will take place over Labor Day weekend in Greensboro, NC. This year's field includes 18 GM's and a total of 44 internationally titled players. With 24 pre-registered players who play for foreign countries, the tournament will be a “super-swiss” enabling aspiring strong players to come and play for title norms. 

Heading the field is current World Open champion Illya Nyzhnyk, who is one of 7 players tipping the scales at 2600+. Other notables include the American GM's Lenderman, Shabalov and Troff, as well as the young stars Awonder Liang and Razvam Preotu.

This event, which is coupled with the North Carolina Open, has become one of the best chess weekends in the USA, with over 400 players expected to compete for a total of $30,000 in unconditionally guaranteed cash prizes. 

Tournament information and live coverage will be available at http://www.carolinaschessinitiative.com

Other major events on the weekend of "Labor Day Madness" include the Southern California Open and the New York State Championship. 
 
 
Advertisement

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