The Saint Louis Arch Bishops maintained their first-place lead in the Southern Division of the United States Chess League with Tuesday night's 3-1 win over the Boston Blitz.
The Millionare Chess Open kicks off in Las Vegas today, featuring the largest prize fund in chess history! The CCSCSL held an exciting satellite tournament back in August, where the winner earned free $1,000-entry into the Millionaire -- as well as $500 cash!
The Saint Louis Chess Club wants you to celebrate National Chess Day on Saturday, Oct. 11! We're featuring two different tournaments -- one for experienced zugzwangers, and another for brand new pawnpushers!
This Saturday, Oct. 11 is National Chess Day -- though only unofficially, because nobody cares.
That’s not from a lack of continued effort on the part of chess players, however, as plenty have cared about such a recognized holiday dating all the way back to its inception in 1976.
Under normal circumstances, a half-point from a match between Grandmasters wouldn’t be considered half-bad. But lately, those draws have been making Saint Louis Arch Bishops general manager Alex Marler break out in a full sweat.
After an exhilirating 2017 Sinquefield Cup and crowning GM Maxime Vachier-Lagrave King of the event, we moved into the Saint Louis Rapid & Bllitz, Fourth Leg of the 2017 Grand Chess Tour. Now for some fun we have Team Rex, Team Randy going head to head with both GMs and surprise guests.
Register now for December's Monday Knights tournament -- this month, featuring five rounds!
The Monday Knights tournaments are a great feature for those players who have the competitive itch, but not enough time to commit to weekend events.
Nearly 30 students visited the Chess Club to compete in September’s Unrated Beginner Tournament for Kids -- most of whom came for Grandmaster Yasser Seirawan’s fun and educational weekly Kids Class, and were eager to show off some newfound knowledge.