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2018 Winter Chess Classic: Round 8

The 2018 Winter Chess Classic is the last of four tournaments this year featuring international players rated around 2500 and 2600. It's comprised of two 10-player round robin tournaments. These competitors will battle for more than $30,000 in prize money and gain valuable experience in top-level events. Join GM Jesse Kraai and Ben Simon for the move-by-move.

USChessChamps.com
2018.11.12

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2018 Winter Chess Classic: Round 9

The 2018 Winter Chess Classic is the last of four tournaments this year featuring international players rated around 2500 and 2600. It's comprised of two 10-player round robin tournaments. These competitors will battle for more than $30,000 in prize money and gain valuable experience in top-level events. Join GM Jesse Kraai and Ben Simon for the move-by-move.

USChessChamps.com
2018.11.13

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Amateur Openings & Gambits | Play Like a Pro - IM Eric Rosen

International Master Eric Rosen shows openings which, although uncommon amongst professionals, are popular with amateurs. See the Goering, Milner-Barry, and Belgrade gambits.

2018.10.04
C21 Danish gambit, Soerensen defence
C44 Scotch, Goering gambit
C02 French, advance, Milner-Barry gambit
B01 Scandinavian, Mieses-Kotrvc gambit
B01 Scandinavian defence
C47 Four knights, Belgrade gambit
C29 Vienna gambit, Paulsen attack

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Scholastic Invitational 2018 Results

In an effort to raise chess skill level in Saint Louis youths, the Saint Louis Chess Club (STLCC) implemented the Scholastic Chess Grand Prix to our monthly tournaments in order to award consistent tournament players last year. This year on Saturday, October 6, the STLCC added yet another incentive to young chess players by hosting its inaugural Scholastic Invitational Tournament to provide an opportunity for some high level scholastic competition.

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