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Jennifer on Nashville, Duchamp and the Dragon
By Jennifer Shahade   
March 5, 2009
Jen225lead.jpgCLO editor Jennifer Shahade is planning a trip to cover the SuperNationals (April 2-5). In Nashville, she'll also give a talk on Writing, Chess and Art, and talk about her contribution to an upcoming book on Marcel Duchamp and chess.
GM Joel on Time Management
By GM Joel Benjamin   
March 4, 2009
GM Joel Benjamin advises an 11-year-old reader, Isabel on how to avoid time pressure. Send Joel a question of your own at [email protected] 
Perelshteyn Wins Virginia Open
By NTD Michael Atkins   
March 3, 2009
Perelslideshow.jpgTournament director Michael Atkins reports on the biggest ever Virginia Open, which GM Eugene Perelshteyn won. Check out Perelshteyn's critical win over Kaufman and Atkins' thoughts on what makes a tournament successful.
GM Melik Annotates an Aeroflot Win
By GM Melikset Khachiyan   
March 2, 2009
KhachiyanSlideDynako.jpgGM Melikset Khachiyan of Los Angeles, the winner of the second strongest section of the Aeroflot Open (Feb.16-25,  Moscow), annotates his favorite game of the event.
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Twitter TestWall Street Brings Chess to Main StreetWatch Entries From the SuperNationals Video Challenge Take a Tour of the OprylandHilton on Ohio States, SuperNationals and BeyondBe a USCF Benefactor!Kosteniuk Simuls: From New York to Nashville The Final Four for the Last Spot in St.Louis Further Details on USCF Call for USCF Sales Vendor Bids Silhouette ContestThe Last Spot in Saint Louis Aronian Takes Amber; Kamsky Ties for First in RapidKamsky and Topalov Trade Thrills Call for Bids for USCF SalesReport to the USCF Membership Regarding Current LitigationThe Uncrowned: Fine, Benko and KaidanovCollege Chess in America: Luciana Morales on Final Four Secrets Kamsky Splits With Wang Yue; Faces Topalov Tomorrow The 2009 U.S. Championship Contenders Review of Chess: Lessons From a Grandmaster Abby Marshall on the Virginia ScholasticsACA Beasts Take U.S. Amateur Team Playoffs In Texas, Hess Wins First Place; Earns Second Norm Kamsky Back on Top in RapidsKamsky and Kramnik Make Two DrawsDetails on Kosteniuk NYC SimulHess on Fire in Texas Kamsky Climbs to Rapid Lead Kasparov on Fostering American TalentGM Joel on the Polar Bear Pairings up for U.S. Amateur Team Playoffs Pair of Draws in Kamsky-Ivanchuk Ramirez Repeats in Mid-America Open: Part IWhite House Chess Challenge Spring Invitational Kicks off at Texas TechKamsky Holding Own in AmberSchedule Set for 2009 SuperNationalsNashville SuperNationals Video Challenge 13-Year-Old Naroditsky Wows in Concord2009 U.S. Women's Championship Set for October in Saint LouisSuper-Simuls at the Super-NationalsEsserman and Sadvakasov Thrill in SturbridgeIrina Krush on Gibraltar Highs and LowsNaroditsky Leads in Concord Big Opens Kick Off on Both Coasts Chess and Art in IcelandJennifer on Nashville, Duchamp and the Dragon GM Joel on Time Management Perelshteyn Wins Virginia Open GM Melik Annotates an Aeroflot Win