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The November 2002 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features interviews with Ignatius Leong and FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov. There are also articles on the 2002 World Open, the Mid-American Open, and the Chessco Chess Festival.
Chess Life Magazine - November 2002 Issue
The November 2003 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features USCF President Beatriz Marinello on the front cover. There are also articles on the U.S. Senior Games and the 2003 USCF Grand Prix inside.
Chess Life Magazine - November 2003 Issue
The November 2004 Issue of Chess Life Magazine takes a look at America's Newest Grandmaster, Varuzhan Akobian. It also takes a look at the 2004 US Open, which ended in a 7-way tie for first place! Games from the New York Masters are also looked at.
Chess Life Magazine - November 2004 Issue
The November 2005 Issue of Chess Life Magazine looks at the 2005 U.S. Open, won by GM's Joel Benjamin and Vadim Milov. Also included in this issue are articles on the Denker and Polgar tournaments and the U.S. Amateur Team Championships.
Chess Life Magazine - November 2005 Issue
November 2007 Issue of Chess Life Magazine, contents include results of the 108th U.S. Open, coverage of the Denker Tournament of High School Champions and Susan Polgar National Invitational for Girls, "Man Versus Machine, With a Twist
Chess Life Magazine - November 2007 Issue
The November 2009 Issue of Chess Life Magazine includes extensive coverage of 2009 US Open Chess Championship, an in-depth interview and game analysis with 3-time US Chess Champion and best selling author Grandmaster Lev Alburt and winners of the 2009 Chess Journalists of America Awards.
Chess Life Magazine - November 2009 Issue
The November 2010 Issue of Chess Life includes in-depth coverage of the 2010 US Open Champion and includes an in-depth interview with champion GM Alejandro Ramirez. It also features a look back at the 1960 World Team Chess Championship, the first and only time the US team won the Championship ahead of the powerhouse USSR.
Chess Life Magazine - November 2010 Issue
Sammy Reshevsky was many things: prodigy, proud, pugnacious. And this month he would have turned 100 years old. Al Lawrence shows you all of Reshevsky's sides in his report beginning on page 40. Read this article, and much more, in the November issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - November 2011 Issue
The November 1995 Issue of Chess Life Magazine has a cover article entitled Dato Tan: World's Richest Amateur, profiling a billionaire who is an avid chess enthusiast and player. There is also an article remember the late, great Mikhail Botvinnik. Also there are articles on the U.S. Junior Championship and the 1995 World Open(won by GM Yermolimsky).
Chess Life Magazine - November 1995 Issue
The November 1996 Issue of Chess Life Magazine takes a look at the Dean of American Chess, George Koltanowski. There are articles and tournament reports inside on the 1996 World Open (won by GM Alex Yermolinsky), the Dortmund super tournament, an interview with Yermolinsky, and the U.S. Interplay Championships (also won by Yermo).
Chess Life Magazine - November 1996 Issue
The November 1997 Issue of Chess Life Magazine has a title on the cover called Herculean Labors , which discusses the 1997 Florida State Championship. There is also an article on Karpov, and an article on some of the games of the 1997 U.S. Championship.
Chess Life Magazine - November 1997 Issue
The November 1999 Issue of Chess Life Magazine has an article called Knights, one and all? on the cover. There are articles on the 1999 U.S. Open, the 1999 U.S. Junior Championship, the FIDE World Knock-Out tournament, the World Open, and Boris Gulko's 1999 U.S. Championship title.
Chess Life Magazine - November 1999 Issue
The December 2000 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features GM Joel Benjamin and his impressive 2000 U.S. Championship triumph. There is also coverage of the 2000 U.S. Open, won by GM Alex Yermolinsky. There is also a profile on Vladimir Kramnik.
Chess Life Magazine - December 2000 Issue
The December 2001 Issue of Chess Life Magazine takes an extensive look at the 2001 U.S. Open, held in Framington, Massachusetts. There are also looks at the Mainz tournament and an interview with super-GM Peter Leko.
Chess Life Magazine - December 2001 Issue
The December 2002 Issue of Chess Life Magazine discusses a "New Strategic Direction for the USCF". There is an interview with USCF Executive Director Frank Niro inside. Also, there is an article on the US-China Summit Match and a write-up on GM Peter Leko's triumph in Dortmund.
Chess Life Magazine - December 2002 Issue
The December 2003 Issue of Chess Life Magazine has a picture of GM Jaan Ehlvest on the cover. Featured inside are his victory at the 1003 World Open. Also included are articles on the 2003 National Open, won by Alex Wojtkiewicz, and the 2003 Corus super-tournament, won by Anand.
Chess Life Magazine - December 2003 Issue
The December 2005 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features the triumph of new FIDE World Champion Veselin Topalov, who defeated all comers in the World Championship tournament held in Argentina. It also takes a look at the 2005 World Senior Open.
Chess Life Magazine - December 2005 Issue
December 2007 Issue of Chess Life Magazine, content includes Viswanathan Anan wins World Championship, a previously unpublished 1992 interview with the late GM David Bronstein
Chess Life Magazine - December 2007 Issue
December 2008 Issue of Chess Life Magazine, content includes how diet can affect your chess, GM Alexandra Kosteniuk wins Women's World Championship
Chess Life Magazine - December 2008 Issue
The December 2009 Issue of Chess Life Magazine celebrates the 70th Anniversary of the United States Chess Federation and includes extensive interviews with USCF Members whose birth years mark each anniversary decade. It also includes coverage of "US Chess Kids in Argentina", where American youth players won an unprecedented 5 gold medals against the world's top junior players. It also includes an exciting look at Chessonomics, how to downturn in the US economy has affected Chess-related companies such as the Internet Chess Club.
Chess Life Magazine - December 2009 Issue
The December 2010 Issue of Chess Life takes a look at chess personalities across the U.S. and even Canada, using young Ray Robson, the youngest grand-master in American chess history, as our springboard. From the typical class player (with an untypical story about his father!) to an accomplished father/son duo to a Canadian with a distinguished chess resume.
Chess Life Magazine - December 2010 Issue
The Saint Louis Chess center continues to lead the way not just in the U.S. but in the world with innovative chess ideas. This month we report on their Kings versus Queens battle of the sexes involving both classical chess and Chess960. See page 18 for IM Irina Krush and GM Ben Finegold's article, including some diagrams that have never before been seen on the pages of Chess Life.Read this article, and much more, in the December issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - December 2011 Issue
The December 1994 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features Anatoly Karpov on the cover. Inside there are articles on the Lasker-Steinitz match from a century ago, the Last Lloyds Bank Masters tournament in England, the "Heart of Finland" tournament, the 1994 U.S. Open (won by GM Orlov), the 1994 U.S. Junior Championships, and the FIDE Candidates match (won by Salov, Gelfand, and Kamsky).
Chess Life Magazine - December 1994 Issue
The December 1997 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features yet another title for GM Arthur Bisguier. This time it's the 1997 Senior Open. There is also an interview with Joel Benjamin and an article on the remarkable performance of GM Sergei Movsesian to win in Hamburg 1997 with an incredible 8.5/9 score.
Chess Life Magazine - December 1997 Issue
The December 1998 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features a cover entitled No Cheating. There are articles on the U.S. team's Silver Medal performance in the World Team Championship, the 1998 Financial Concept Group International Open, and on America's newest GM, Alexander Stripunsky.
Chess Life Magazine - December 1998 Issue
The December 1999 Issue of Chess Life Magazine takes a 2nd look at the 1999 U.S. Open. There are also articles on the FIDE World Knockouts, and the U.S. Women's Championship.
Chess Life Magazine - December 1999 Issue
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Read about Abe Wilson and Correspondence Chess in the June 2012 issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - June 2012 Issue
GM Gregory Kaidanov scored a solid tournament win at the 38th Eastern Open i Washington, D.C. The report begins on page 16 and includes a number of pages of opening analysis for the 'openings wonks' out there.Read this article, and much more, in the March 2012 issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - March 2012 Issue
For tournament chess players, the chess clock is almost as iconic as the pieces themselves. And while digital clocks have become the clock of choice for most players, there is just something comforting about a good, old fashioned, analog clock and the excitement of seeing the little red flag rise (and fall). This edition's cover story, by Keith Ammann, begins on page 32 and looks at the numbered days of the analog clock.Read this article, and much more, in the April 2012 issue of Chess Life Magazine.Don't forget to check out our Analog Chess Clocks!
Chess Life Magazine - April 2012 Issue
Iceland has a fascination with elves. Roads have even been diverted so as not to disturb elf habitat. Yet once a year the chess world arrives in Reykjavik, including a dozen Americans this year, to face the cold, hard, reality of the 64 squares.Read about this year's Reykjavik Chess Festival, and much more, in the May 2012 issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - May 2012 Issue
I.S. 318, a junior high school in Brooklyn, New York, has won the National High School team championship. This could be one of the most remarkable achievements ever in scholastic team chess.Read this story beginning on page 18 of this July issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - July 2012 Issue
The U.S. Championship is our premiere event each year and our coverage this month reflects this. Beginning on page 16, we have 12 pages of games, photos, and analysis featuring our champions Hikaru Nakamura and Irina Krush.Read this story and much more in the August issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - August 2012 Issue
GM Sam Shankland is a young man with strong opinions who is dedicated to chess improvement. Read the Chess Life interview beginning on page 16.
Chess Life Magazine - September 2012 Issue
GM Ivan Sokolov of the Netherlands wins 2012 World Open in Armageddon playoff over GM Alex Shabalov.
Chess Life Magazine - October 2012 Issue
The Queen of Katwe - A Virginia Ministry uses chess to reveal the potential of the poorest of the poor.
Chess Life Magazine - November 2012 Issue