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GM Fabiano Caruana Named Liberty Science Center Ambassador
By Mary Meluso   
July 14, 2015
Liberty Science Center announced today the appointment of Fabiano Caruana, the number two ranked chess player in the world for most of 2015, to the position of LSC Visiting Grandmaster and Chess Works! Ambassador.
Eric Cooke Wins 2015 Florida Senior Champs
By Martha Dockery   
July 14, 2015
PlayFLStateChamps.gifEric Cooke won the Florida State Senior Chess Championship in Margate, Florida from July 11-12. See full details in the press release.
Casting Call: Nation's Brightest
By Michael C Golaszewski   
June 23, 2015
Find details on a casting call for a new gameshow, "Nation's Brightest", "We believe that anyone who plays Chess would be awesome at this game."
2015 May UTB GM-norm and IM-norm Tournaments
By GM Bartek Macieja   
May 15, 2015
The University of Texas at Brownsville Chess Program is organizing GM and IM norm tournament from May 13th to 18th. Find full details in the press release.
Chicago’s Scholastic Champions Recognized by Mayor
By David Heiser & Segun Kumara   
May 9, 2015
On April 15, 2015 Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the City Council recognized Chicago's top finishers at the 6th Annual Greater Chicago K-12 Championship as City Champions.
Executives From Kasparov Chess Foundation’s Five Branches Gathered for Annual Meeting In St. Louis
By Richard Kreuger   
May 6, 2015
Kasparov Chess Foundation held its annual conference on Monday, April 27th, at the World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis, MO.
New York City Mayor's Cup Set for May 2 at PS 11 in Manhattan
By Jennifer Shahade   
April 29, 2015
Four hundred of New York City's top-ranked scholastic chess players in grades K-12 will compete for the title of "Best in the City" in the 13th annual NYC Mayor's Cup Chess Championships.
Carolina's Junior Invitational, May 1-3
By Peter Giannatos   
April 28, 2015
The 2015 Carolina's Junior Invitational will take place May 1 - 3, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina at the Charlotte Chess Center. 
Bruce Alberston Memorial Chess Tournament
By Bruce R. Davis   
April 24, 2015
At 10:30 am on April 25, The Lehigh Valley Chess Association hosts the 1st Bruce Alberston Memorial Chess Tournament at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 514 3rd Ave.
USCF Job Opening: Social Media / Chess Life Online Assistant
By USCF   
March 30, 2015
The United States Chess Federation (USCF) is accepting applications for the position of Social Media / Chess Life Online Assistant. Applications for this part-time job (15 hours) are due by May 1, 2015.
World Chess Hall of Fame Inducts Three Members
By CLO   
March 17, 2015
shabalov200.jpgThe World Chess Federation (FIDE) nominated and selected Olga Rubtsova, Lyudmila Rudenko, and Carl Schlechter for the World Chess Hall of Fame while GM Alexander Shabalov joins the US Chess Hall of Fame. 
Chess.com To Host USCF Quick Rated Play
By IM Danny Rensch   
March 17, 2015
Chess.com and the United States Chess Federation (USCF) have agreed to terms that will bring USCF Quick Rated play to Chess.com's live server several time a week. Find full details in the press release.
Chess in the Schools Raises More than $1million as it Honors Neil deGrasse Tyson
By Jake Mendlinger   
March 12, 2015
CISlead3.12.jpgChess in the Schools, a New York City-based educational nonprofit organization, announced today it has honored world-renowned astrophysicist and cosmologist, Neil deGrasse Tyson with the inaugural Lewis B. and Louise Hirschfeld Cullman Award for Excellence.
Millionaire Chess and USCF Team Up Again to Promote 2015 Edition
By CLO   
March 10, 2015
Millionaire Chess and the United States Chess Federation (USCF) have once again signed a promotional agreement to spread the word about the 2nd Millionaire Chess Open, scheduled for October 8-12, 2015.
2015 Spring Break UTB GM-Norm Tournament
By GM Bartlomiej Macieja   
March 7, 2015
The 2015 Spring Break UT Brownsville GM-norm International Chess Tournament is underway, the second strongest round robin tournament in South Texas ever after the Church's Fried Chicken Tournament in San Antonio 1972.
USCF Opens Office in St Louis
By USCF   
February 18, 2015
The U.S. Chess Federation announced that it will open a corporate office in St. Louis, Missouri in February 2015. The USCF St. Louis office will serve the marketing and development while USCF's customer and membership services departments will continue out of its office in Crossville, Tennessee.
Private Equity Investor, J. Christopher Flowers Joins KCF Board
By Richard Kreuger   
February 11, 2015
The Kasparov Chess Foundation (KCF) held its annual board meeting on Friday, February 6th, in New York City.  KCF's Chairman and former World Champion, Garry Kasparov, welcomed J. Christopher Flowers to join the board of directors.
Millionaire Chess Teams Up with Kasparov Chess Foundation Africa
By Graham Jurgensen   
January 31, 2015
Millionaire Chess has announced that the Kasparov Chess Foundation Africa (KCFA) will organize three Millionaire Chess satellite tournaments in Africa in 2015.
HHCF Founder releases new book on Chess, Martial Arts and Hip-Hop
By Meko Gaborski   
January 29, 2015
adisarzalead.gifThe Hip-Hop Chess Federation (HHCF) founder Adisa Banjoko will be releasing a new book detailing the connections between Hip-Hop, chess and martial arts entitled Chess is Jiu-Jitsu for the Mind.
Kasparov Chess Foundation Announces 2015 Regional Scholastics
By Richard Krueger   
January 29, 2015
Kasparov Chess Foundation welcomes students from K – 12 grades to take part in its 2015 Scholastic Championships Series, spanning across major metropolitan areas of the nation. 
Kasparov Chess Foundation Presents 49th Annual Greater New York Scholastic
By Richard Kreuger   
December 20, 2014
The Kasparov Chess Foundation is hosting and sponsoring, in association with Barclaycard, the 2015 Greater New York Scholastic Team and Individual Chess Championships from January 10-11th.
Six-Time US Champ To Visit Saint Louis
By Brian Jerauld   
November 3, 2014
GM Walter Browne, a six-time U.S. Champion will participate in the Saint Louis Thanksgiving Open (Nov. 7-9) and participate in several lectures and discussions on life as an American chess hero throughout the 1970s and 80s.
Chess in 2015 State Games of America
By Dave Mlnarik   
October 31, 2014
Chess competitors from across the United States are eligible to enter the 2015 State Games of America (SGA) in Lincoln, Nebraska, July 28–August 2, 2015. Chess is classified as a developing sport, which means no qualifying is required. The Nebraska Sports Council (NSC) will organize and oversee the 2015 SGA. The NSC’s Cornhusker State Games has long included chess.
Maccabi USA Searching for Players for International Competitions
By Sam Balaban-Feld   
October 29, 2014
Maccabi250.jpgMaccabi USA is seeking Jewish Chess players to represent the United States at the 14th European Maccabi Games in Berlin, Germany, July 27th- Aug 5th, 2015, and the Pan Am Maccabi Games in Santiago, Chile, December 28th 2015- January 4th 2016. 
Algorithms, Documentary on Blind Chess
By Kelly Hargraves   
October 24, 2014
Opening at the Quad Cinema in New York City on October 24, Algorithms is a documentary that transports us into the little known world of Blind Chess. Find full details in the press release.
2015 All-America Chess Team Announced
By CLO   
October 18, 2014
The United States Chess Federation (USCF) is pleased to announce the 2015 All-America Chess Team sponsored by Trophies Plus.
Chess Coach recognized by the State of Alabama
By Michael Ciamarra   
October 10, 2014
Chess coach and tournament organizer Caesar Lawrence, of Birmimgham, was recognized by the State of Alabama for his chess promotion work, coaching scholastic players and tournament organizing.
2014 North American Junior (U20) Chess Championship
By Hal Bond   
July 9, 2014
The first Annual North American U20 Chess Championships will be held from July 30th to August 4th, 2014, in Kitchener, Ontario. Find full details in the release.
Washington International Returns to Rockville
By Michael Regan   
June 21, 2014
The Washington International returns for a third year to Rockville, MD from August 9 - 14. Nineteen players, including 7 GMs and 9 IMs, have already registered to play in the tournament.
North American Youth Coming up in Tarrytown
By Dora Leticia Martinez   
June 5, 2014
The North American Youth Championship is coming up soon in Tarrytown, New York from June 12-16. Check out full details in the latest Chess Educators press release.
Last Chance to Apply for the US NATO Chess Team
By COL David Hater   
May 25, 2014
Texas and Polish Universities Face Off
By GM Bartek Maciej   
April 12, 2014
The University of Texas at Brownsville (USA) and The University of Warsaw (Poland) will contest a match on the Internet Chess Club on April 12, 2014 at 10 CST.
Schein-Friedman Camp: Call for Applicants
By FM Aviv Friedman   
March 27, 2014
The Schein - Friedman Scholastic Recognition Project is looking for a few young talents to participate in a camp at the Saint Louis Chess Club. Find full details in the PR.
Zapata wins Challengers OKC Spring 2014 Chess Open
By Tommy Hay   
March 24, 2014
FIDE expert level chess player 23-year-old John “Alexander” Zapata Hincapie won 1st Place at the Challengers OKC Spring 2014 Open
US Chess School San Francisco: Call for Applicants
By IM Greg Shahade   
March 15, 2014
There is a call for applicants for the 24th session of the U.S. Chess School, which spans from April 14-17 at the famous Mechanics Institute in San Francisco, CA. 
RANK, A New Scripted Drama
By Kelly Susco   
March 12, 2014
Los Angeles-based director Tonya Michelle has launched a 30-day Kickstarter campaign for the scripted chess drama, RANK, a new series profiling characters who call LA home and battle on the chess board to establish rank.
RZA of Wu-Tang Clan Defends Hip-Hop Chess King Title
By Meek Gaborski   
February 27, 2014
PanelHHCF.jpgThe Hip-Hop Chess Federation (HHCF) is proud to announce that RZA retained his title at the Chess Kings Invitational, a celebrity chess tournament held on Feb 16th. See full details in the press release.
2014 North American Youth Qualifications
By Beatriz Marinello   
February 26, 2014
Tarrytown.jpg Qualification criteria has been announced for the 2014 North American Youth Championships in Tarrytown, NY. (June 12-16)
NATO Championships Set for Quebec in September
By Colonel David Hater   
February 7, 2014
Find full details on the NATO Championship from 8-12 September in Quebec, Canada including how to qualify.
North American Youth Chess Champs Returns to US
By US Chess Trust   
February 4, 2014
The North American Youth Chess Championship returns to the USA June 12-16 at the Tarrytown Hotel in New York. Find full details in the press release.
Record-Breaking Turnout For Kasparov Chess New York Scholastic
By Richard Krueger   
January 20, 2014
2014 All-America Chess Team Announced
By Patricia K Smith   
November 5, 2013
The United States Chess Federation (USCF) is pleased to announce the 2014 All-America Chess Team sponsored by Trophies Plus.
GM Ashley to Appear in Cleveland Scholastic Open
By Sharan Subramanian   
October 24, 2013
GM Maurice Ashley will appear at the 2013 Cleveland Scholastic Open on Saturday, October 26. The event also feature scholarships and internships as prizes.
Chess.com to Acquire ChessVibes
By Mike Klein   
October 3, 2013
chessCVslide.jpgChess.com today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire ChessVibes.com, known for its quality coverage of top tournaments.
Update for World Youth Qualifiers
By Jerry Nash   
September 7, 2013
28th & 29th Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational
By Ankit Gupta   
August 16, 2013
Two round-robin tournaments are underway in Los Angeles, the 28th and 29th Metropolitan Chess Invitationals.
Free Seminars Led by WIM Alexey Root Underway
By WIM Alexey Root   
August 8, 2013
From August 7-14, Dr. Alexey Root will give five presentations of her seminar Thinking with Chess: Teaching Children Ages 5-14. Both chess novices and veteran chess players are invited to attend these free seminars and participate in two lesson plans. After the seminar, they can use those lesson plans to teach their own children or students.
USCF Executive Board Election Results In
By Ken Ballou   
July 24, 2013
Results of the Executive Board election are in! Ruth Haring & Mike Atkins have been elected to 3-year terms, and Randy Bauer and Charles D. Unruh have been elected to 2-year terms.
Beverly Hills Chess Club Grows Golden Palms
By Isabelle Minoofar   
July 24, 2013
After joining the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce the five year old Beverly Hills Chess Club has been nominated for a Golden Palm Award in Small Business innovation. Support BHCC by voting by August 5th.
2013 North American Youth Update
By Francis Rodrigues   
July 12, 2013
The North American Youth set for Toronto in August has been expanded to allow for a nine round event. Find full details in the organizer's press release. 
Players Qualify for 2013 World Youth
By Jerry Nash   
July 8, 2013
The US Chess Federation is pleased to release the list of players that have qualified to participate in the 2013 World Youth Chess Championships to be held in Al Ain, UAE from December 17 – 29.
FIDE International Organizers Seminar
By Beatriz Marinello   
June 12, 2013
The FIDE International Organizers Seminar was held from Tuesday, May 28 through Thursday, May 30, 2013 in conjunction with the U.S. Senior Open Championship and the FIDE Social Action Chess Commission meeting
Qualifiers for 2013 Pan American Youth
By Jerry Nash   
June 7, 2013
The Pan American Youth Festival is an open tournament. Any USCF player who qualifies for an age group may play but must register through the USCF. The age groups are based on the player’s age as of January 1st of the year of the tournament. Participants other than the official representatives are not eligible for financial support from the USCF.
North American Youth Tournament
By Jerry Nash   
June 7, 2013

The 2013 North American Youth Chess Championship scheduled for August 15 - 18, in Toronto, Canada.  The North American Youth is an open tournament and any USCF player who qualifies for an age group may play but must also notify the USCF of their plans to participate.  

Nationwide Search - Executive Director of the US Chess Federation
By USCF   
May 23, 2013
slideUSCFflag.jpgThe United States Chess Federation (USCF) is accepting applications for the position of Executive Director. The desired start date for this full-time position with benefits is between September and December 2013.
Sheriff on Inaugural Cook County – Russia Inmate Tournament
By Thomas J. Dart, Sheriff   
May 17, 2013
Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced the winners of the chess tournament that took place today between Cook County jail detainees and Russian inmates.  After the second  round was complete the Russian inmates won 8 matches and Cook County detainees won 2, for a  final score of 14 ½ to 5 ½ in favor of Russia. 
Bill Hall Steps Down as Executive Director
By USCF Board   
May 12, 2013
On Thursday, May 9, 2013 the USCF Executive Board accepted a letter of resignation from Executive Director, Bill Hall. Bill is leaving the organization for personal reasons, and we wish him every success in his future endeavors.
2013 Scholar Chess Player Award Recipients Announced
By Beatriz Marinello   
April 15, 2013
ChessScholars300.jpgThe 2013 Scholar-Chessplayer Award winners were announced at SuperNationals V: Miles Hinson (NY) Anna Matlin (NJ) Kevin Mo (PA) Benjamin Tong (CA) and Thomas Ulrich (WI). Find full details in the PR.
By David Heiser   
April 8, 2013
Due to high demand this year for the All-Girls Nationals, the Swissotel has sold out of room nights on Friday and Saturday night. Find information on the overflow hotel, the Hyatt Regency. 
Amanov Wins 25th Metropolitan Chess Invitational
By Ankit Gupta   
March 29, 2013
 IM Zhanibek Amanov took clear first in the 25th Metropolitan Chess Invitational, held in Los Angeles from March 20th to 24th, 2013.  Kesav Viswanadha had an impressive performance with norm chances until the last day.
World Youth Invitation Regulations Updated
By Jerry Nash   
March 18, 2013
The invitation regulations governing players from the United States who are eligible to participate in the World Youth Chess Championship have just been updated.
FIDE Announcement Concerning Norms
By Jerry Nash   
March 11, 2013
Record Breaking Turnout at Kasparov Chess Foundation Regionals
By Richard Krueger   
February 6, 2013
Kasparov Chess Foundation held its 2013 original Scholastic Championships Series, spanning across major metropolitan areas of the nation these past two weekends.
Spring Online Collegiate Team Tournament
By Jon Haskel   
January 22, 2013
Registration is now open for the Collegiate Team Tournament taking place on the Internet Chess Club (ICC) this Sunday. Find full details in the PR.
Kasparov Chess Foundation Announces 2013 Regional Scholastic Series
By Richard Krueger   
January 15, 2013
Kasparov Chess Foundation welcomes students from K - 12 grades to take part in its 2013 Scholastic Championships Series, spanning across major metropolitan areas of the nation.
Gareev in Blindfold Training at Chess.com
By Daniel Rensch   
January 11, 2013
Deepak Aaron Gives Winter Chess Simultaneous
By Luis Garcia   
January 2, 2013
Candidate Master Deepak Aaron will give a 40-board simultaneous exhibition on January 5th, 2013, Saturday at 1 PM to raise money for the Middletown Food Pantry and the Bombay teen Challenge Children Center.
23rd Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational
By Ankit Gupta   
December 17, 2012
Metropolitan Chess, Inc. is hosting an GM norm round robin tournament from Dec 19-23. Participants include GMs Alejandro Ramirez and one of our new gold medallists, Sam Sevian.
Caruana Interested in US Championship
By USCF   
December 8, 2012
Fabianoslide.jpgSuper GM Fabiano Caruana has expressed interest in playing in this year’s US Chess Championship. Contrary to web reports, he has not yet received an official invitation.
Alexey Root leads Brooklyn Castle Q+A in Plano, Texas
By Robert McLellan   
December 7, 2012
BKNewposterslide.jpgThe new award-winning documentary "Brooklyn Castle” is coming to the big screen in Plano. On Sat. Dec. 8 after the 7:15 screening there will be a short Q&A on chess in education with Dr. Alexey Root.
Phiona Mutesi To Speak at Philly All-Girls Chess Workshop
By Justin Ennis   
November 29, 2012
November2012cover.JPGOn Saturday Dec 1, current Chess Life cover star Phiona Mutesi will speak to young female chess players about her incredible journey from the slums of Katwe, Uganda, to international chess fame.
Record Team Set to Compete in Maribor
By Phillip R Smith   
November 5, 2012
 A record 89 players from across the United States leave shortly to compete in the 2012 World Youth Chess Championships in Maribor, Slovenia from November 8 – 19.  The US delegation includes over 200 persons including players, coaches, and family members. Head of Delegation, Michael Khodarkovsky, and twelve other coaches will prepare the players throughout the eleven round event.
UTD vs. U of Belgrade Match
By Jerry Nash   
October 30, 2012
The chess teams from the University of Texas at Dallas and the University of Belgrade, Serbia square off in what is now the seventh year of match competition. 
Casting Call: Chess Players Up to 65
By Dan Bell   
October 30, 2012
Dan Bell Casting in L.A is casting for a national commercial and we are looking for chess players, both men and women up to age 65 years who have had a heart event and have been prescribed aspirin.
2013 All-America Chess Team Announced
By Patricia K Smith   
October 24, 2012
The All-America Team was created in 1987 to honor the very best players ages 18 and under.  The team, one of the highest national honors attainable by a young chess player, is selected on the basis of age, rating, and activities during that year, similar to the selection process of “all conference” sports teams.
Rapid Chess Challenge Comes To New York Oct. 28
By Beatriz Marinello   
October 22, 2012
A new event comes to New York City’s vibrant chess community, the “Rapid Chess Challenge” on October 28, 2012. Find details in the official press release and be sure to register by October 26, 2012.
Matikozyan Wins 22nd Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitationa
By Ankit Gupta   
October 15, 2012
Andranik Matikozyan finished first in a Metropolitan Chess International Master norm round robin tournament from October 10th to October 14th, 2012.
Top Bay Area Players Meet in 3rd Imre Konig Memorial
By IM John Donaldson   
September 20, 2012
The Mechanics’ Institute Chess Club will hold the Third Imre Konig Memorial this weekend (Sept 22-23). Players include the current Chess Life cover star, GM Sam Shankland. Find full details in the official PR.
8th Blitz Chess Death Match: Ippolito vs. Adamson
By Daniel Rensch   
September 12, 2012
Chess.com's next "Blitz Death Match" will feature a matchup between two of America's best-known chess figures, IM Dean Ippolito and FM Robby Adamson. Both are famous for their personal chess achievements, as well as their teaching accomplishments, having trained many of America's brightest scholastic individual stars and teams.

Seirawan to Saint Louis as Acting Resident GM
By Mike Wilmering   
August 24, 2012
Grandmaster Yasser Seirawan will arrive in Saint Louis on September 3 to serve as the acting Resident Grandmaster of the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis. 
Fantasy Chess for the 2012 Olympiad
By Dave Shapland   
August 24, 2012
Find out all about how to enter your Fantasy Olympiad chess team at fantasychessteam.com in the official PR. The contest is organized by two chess addicts from Yorkshire in the United Kingdom.
IM Sevillano Wins 21st Metropolitan & Earns Final GM Norm
By Ankit Gupta   
August 17, 2012
EnricoSevslide.jpgIM Enrico Sevillano won the 21st Metropolitan Chess, Inc. Grandmaster norm round robin tournament from August 3rd to August 7th, 2012. He also earned his final GM norm along the way. Congrats! 
Texas Tech Hires Director and Coach for National Champion Chess Program
By Callie Jones   
August 2, 2012
Texas Tech University officials have announced the hiring of Al Lawrence as the new director of the Texas Tech chess program and Alex Onischuk as head coach of the defending national college chess championship team. 
World Champion Anand to Play "Vote Chess" vs the World
By Daniel Rensch   
August 1, 2012
World Champion Viswanathan Anand will play a match against the World via Chess.com's "Vote Chess" platform on August 13th 2012 at 10:30 AM PST. Chess.com LLC and Metropolitan Chess, Inc have partnered up to make this amazing event possible. 
Olympiad Team Features Nakamura, Kamsky
By Mike Wilmering   
July 13, 2012
With two players ranked in the top 15 in the world, Hikaru Nakamura & Gata Kamsky, the United States will be well represented for the upcoming 2012 World Chess Olympiad, scheduled to be held in Istanbul, Turkey, August 27 through September 10. 
20th Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational
By Ankit Gupta   
July 13, 2012
Metropolitan Chess, Inc. is hosting an International Master norm round robin tournament from July 11th to July 15th of 2012. Participants include WGM Tatev Abrahamyan & NM Samuel Sevian.
Kamsky To Play Washington International
By Michael Regan   
July 11, 2012
A strong field is lining up for the inaugural Washington International. Three of the top four players residing in the US will be playing (Kamsky, Gareev, and Onischuk). The current overall field for the tournament includes 8 GMs and 11 IMs. 
7th Chess.Com Death Match: Robson vs. So
By Daniel Rensch   
June 22, 2012
Qualifiers for 2012 World Youth
By Jerry Nash   
June 21, 2012
The United States Chess Federation is pleased to announce that the following players have qualified to participate in the 2012 World Youth Chess Championships to be held in Maribor, Slovenia from November 7 – 19.
Open Letter From Russia Chess Federation
By Russian Chess Federation   
June 14, 2012
Russian Chess Federation resolutely refuses to accept the position of the Turkish Chess Federation demonstrated in its President’s, Mr. Ali Nihat Yazici’s, latest statement.
Qualifiers for 2012 Pan American Youth
By Jerry Nash   
June 5, 2012
Metropolitan June Invitational
By Ankit Gupta   
June 5, 2012
Metropolitan Chess, Inc. is hosting an IM norm round robin tournament from June 6-10. Participants include IMs Zhanibek Amanov, Andranik Matikozyan, Larry Remlinger & Samuel Sevian.
Nation's Top Chess Kids to Battle in Online Invitational
By IM David Pruess   
May 31, 2012
Find out more about the American chess talents, including Jeffrey Xiong (pictured) will be participating in two new invitational competitions June 8-10 presented by chesskid.com.
United Nations for Gender Equality Meet with FIDE
By Beatriz Marinello   
May 8, 2012
The U.N. Women Executive Director, Dr. Michelle Bachelet and FIDE Vice President, Beatriz Marinello met to discuss a partnership between both organizations.
Open Letter on Ilyumzhinov's Visit to Chicago
By Bill Hall   
May 2, 2012
The USCF Executive Board passed a motion this morning, with a vote of 7-0, directing me to convey our concerns related to FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov's recent activities in Chicago, Illinois. The text of the motion is in the official PR. 
Collegiate Chess Director Sought at Texas Tech
By Paul Ruiz   
April 22, 2012
Two-time national collegiate chess champion Texas Tech University is looking to hire a Director for its nationally recognized chess program. See details in the news release.
Yankovsky Wins 18th Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational
By CLO   
April 19, 2012
IM Roman Yankovsky won clear first at the 18th Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational with a score of 7.5-1.5.
18th Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational
By Ankit Gupta   
April 11, 2012
Metropolitan Chess, Inc. is hosting an IM norm round robin tournament from April 11th-15th. Players include IM Zhanibek Amanov (KAZ), IM Roman Yankovsky (RUS), IM Larry Remlinger (USA).
GM Norm Tourney Begins in Saint Louis
By Mike Wilmering   
April 9, 2012
The Saint Louis Invitational, a GM norm tournament, is scheduled to begin Monday, April 9th. This marks the second norm tournament held at the CCSCSL (outside of U.S. Championship events) in as many years.
Spring Open Attracts Record Attendance
By Salman Azhar   
April 9, 2012
The Bay Area Spring Open attracted a record of 92 players. FM Ryan Porter dominated from beginning to the end to win the Open section and $400 cash.
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