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30 Nov
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World Cup: Last U.S. Player Standing Knocked Out in Round 3

Only one U.S. Player, Gata Kamsky (the last World Cup Winner), remained standing after Round 2. In Round 3, Kamsky was defeated by the young Wesley So from the Phillippines.  Check out what he had to say about his loss… ...

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24 Nov
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Chess: Ancient Game, Modern Learning Tool

by Tim Hanke and Beatriz Marinello In The Morals of Chess, Benjamin Franklin wrote: The Game of Chess is not merely an idle amusement; several very valuable qualities of the mind, useful in the course of human life, are to ...

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18 Nov
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World Cup (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, Nov. 21-Dec.15)

Everything is ready for the FIDE World Cup which begins next week in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia from Nov. 21st thru Dec. 15th!  The pairings for Round 1 of the World Cup have been posted on FIDE.com. We would like to wish ...

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17 Nov
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World Youth Chess Championship Update (Nov. 11-23)

The U.S. Chess Trust is a proud sponsor of the World Youth Chess Championships! Find out more about the events and programs we support – CLICK HERE! Our players are enjoying a FREE DAY in Antalya, Turkey as they prepare ...

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15 Nov
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World Youth Chess Championship (Nov. 11-23)

The World Youth Chess Championship is going on now in Antalya, Turkey (Nov. 11-23)! The U.S. Chess Trust is a proud sponsor of the World Youth Chess Championships!  Find out more about the events and programs we support – CLICK ...

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01 Nov
2

World Chess Hall of Fame & Sidney Samole Museum to Relocate in 2010

This Just In… According to U.S. Chess Trust Chairman, Mr. Harold Winston, “The World Chess Hall of Fame and Sidney Samole Museum is temporarily closed pending relocation. Negotiations are in process to bring the World Chess Hall of Fame to ...

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