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Wesley Catches Fabiano; Nazi and Tatev Continue Their Title Run

Round seven of the U.S. Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship was arguably the most exciting one up to this point. As we approach the final days, the tension is rising and each individual’s nerves are starting to play a crucial role.

Women's Decisive Round and Naka's Escape

There are good days and very good days at the U.S. Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship. Today was a day from the latter category with plenty of decisive results, important theoretical battle, nail-biting turns of events, and overall a fun packed set of games.

Caruana and So Go Into the Rest Day as Co-Leaders

Round five of the 2016 U.S. Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship has been the bloody war we have all been waiting for. The players were looking to go into the rest day with a win in their pocket, and the fans watching all over the world were the happy recipients of an entertaining chess day.

The Leader Emerges with Caruana's Big Day

Round four of the 2016 U.S. Championship and the 2016 U.S. Women’s Championship was a luxurious treat we were all waiting to witness. The eagerly expected clash between Fabiano Caruana and Hikaru Nakamura—numbers 1 and 2 in American chess—was coming right after yesterday’s game between So and Caruana.

2016 U.S. Championship : BlunderVille in the Women’s section

Round three of the 2016 U.S. Championship and 2016 U.S. Women’s Championship was an entertaining promise for the viewers all over the world. The leaders in both sections were paired against each other, and there was a thick scent of anticipation in the air going into today’s bouts.

So's Lucky Day; Caruana's Masterpiece

What a day in round two of the U.S. Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship! We’ve seen a positional masterpiece from Caruana, an incredible miss by the young Chandra, along with an uneventful and slightly disappointing draw between Nakamura and Kamsky.

A Decisive Start to the 2016 U.S. and U.S. Women's Championship

Round 1 U.S. Championships

After exciting pre-tournament build-up, the U.S. Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship finally spread its wings and took off. And what a takeoff it was! With five decisive games in the open section and intense battles on all boards in the women’s section, this was everything a chess fan could have hoped for.

The American Chess Family Reunites in St. Louis

April 13, 2016 will be remembered as the opening day of the strongest U.S. Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship in history. The excitement surrounding the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis is palpable. Players, coaches, commentators, journalists, and fans from all over the world are eagerly waiting to feast on the chess spectacle that this event is going to bring to the table.

The Dynamic 2016 U.S. & U.S. Women’s Championships

In less than one month, the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis (CCSCSL) will once again become the most interesting chess club in the world.

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