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Big Chess Weekend Ahead
By CLO   
January 14, 2010
The weekend ahead, Jan. 15-January 19 features two major chess tournaments on both coasts: The Golden State Open and the Liberty Bell Open. Meanwhile, GM Hikaru Nakamura will start duking it out with the likes of Carlsen and Anand in Corus 2010.
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Best of CLO 2009: Meet the Judges and Honorable Mentions
By CLO   
January 14, 2010
The hectic pace of online journalism means it's easy to miss CLO's most in-depth pieces. Our illustrious judges bring you the top 10 of 2009, which we'll roll out one day a time. Will GM Jesse Kraai win three years in a row?
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Silver for the Team and Two Individual Golds: World Team Closing Gallery
By CLO   
January 14, 2010
Check out Tony Rich's photo gallery from the World Team Championship, where the US squad took home silver, and GMs Nakamura and Onischuk earned gold individual medals.
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USA Takes Silver at World Team!!
By CLO   
January 13, 2010
The US team earned silver medals at the World Team Championship in Bursa, Turkey! Nakamura and Onischuk earned gold medals for boards one and two! Look for victory photos from the closing ceremony soon.
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Instant Replay: USA Loses Lead But Hunts for Medals
By Jennifer Shahade   
January 12, 2010
The US lost the lead today with a 1.5-2.5 loss to Armenia, but is still very much in the medal hunt going into the final round tomorrow, with gold, silver and bronze all possible.
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Robson and Rich on the World Team: US in Clear Lead
By Tony Rich and GM Ray Robson   
January 11, 2010
GM Ray Robson annotates all four games from today's 2.5-1.5 victory over Greece, while Tony Rich of the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis reports and shares photos from the scene.
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Instant Replay: US Wins in Round 7 and Leads World Team
By CLO   
January 11, 2010
The US team won against Greece 2.5-1.5 while Russia only drew to Armenia, leaving US in clear lead at the World Team Championship (Bursa, Turkey, January 4-13) with two rounds to go. 
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Barracuda Alert: Adamson on the Board and Fish on the Plate!
By Sevan Muradian   
January 11, 2010
After five rounds of the 24th North American Masters, FM Robby Adamson leads with 4/5. He needs 7/10 to score an IM norm.
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Ray Robson Officially a GM!
By CLO   
January 11, 2010
Ray Robson was officially awarded the GM title at the FIDE Presidential Board meeting. Check out an index of the top CLO stories about or by Ray!
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Nakamura Annotates Gelfand Scorcher
By GM Hikaru Nakamura   
January 11, 2010
GM Hikaru Nakamura annotates his stunning round five win at the World Team Championship over World Cup Champion Boris Gelfand.
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Instant Replay: USA-3, Brazil-1
By Jennifer Shahade   
January 10, 2010
Today at the World Team Championship in Bursa, Turkey, the USA defeated Brazil 3-1, with wins by GMs Varuzhan Akobian and Hikaru Nakamura.
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24th North American Masters Begins
By Sevan Muradian   
January 9, 2010
The 24th North American Masters kicked off Friday night with two new sponsors, and renewed efforts by the norm seekers to achieve their goals. After two rounds, FM Robby Adamson leads.
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Instant Replay: USA-2.5, Israel-1.5
By Jennifer Shahade   
January 9, 2010
Today at the World Team Championships, Hikaru Nakamura and Alexander Onischuk led the US squad to a 2.5-1.5 victory over the powerful Israeli team.
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Lost and Found: An Interview with Jeff Sarwer
By Jennifer Shahade   
January 8, 2010
Celebrated prodigy Jeff Sarwer disappeared from chess almost twenty years ago, and has returned to the media eye as a poker champ. Jeff talked to CLO about the differences between chess and poker, his persistent passion for chess and the real Sarwer-Waitzkin game.
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Instant Replay: USA-3, Egypt-1
January 8, 2010
In round four of the World Team Championship, the US squad scored 3-1 against Egypt, with Onischuk and Hess scoring full points. Young GMs Hess and Robson played for the first time in the event.
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Shankland and Sevian Shine in Santa Clara
By Salman Azhar, Executive Director, Bay Area Chess   
January 7, 2010
Sam Shankland won clear first at the New Year Open in Santa Clara, CA while Samuel Sevian races toward the youngest master-ever title.
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