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By Daniel Lucas   
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California, Here Comes the USCF
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The chess convention that is the U.S. Open took place in Irvine, California near Los Angeles. We look at the kaleidoscope of events through the eyes of those that finished on top.



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Victory at Leningrad: The 50th Anniversary
By Eliot Hearst   
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In the summer of 1960, for the first and only time, the USA won a world team chess championship ahead of the USSR. This achievement is still on a short list of the most significant events in American chess history, especially as it happened on enemy ground during the Cold War. A team member describes the event and the lives of the players since then.


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Youth Triumphs at Amsterdam NH
By GM Ian Rogers   
Green Light to Nakamura for Amber 2010



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A Collector’s Valentine
By Dr. Tim Redman   
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A perfect choice for those looking to give holiday presents to chess widows (and widowers) or those for whom chess is much more than a game played with plastic pieces and vinyl boards.


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Looks at Books: Lessons from the Long-Departed
By Al Lawrence   
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A review of IM Igor Khmelnitsky’s You vs. Bobby Fischer: Play the match, rate yourself, improve your game!

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CJA Awards: Celebrating the Best
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Dan Heisman named Journalist of the Year, USCF publications emerge on top.

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