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March Preview / This month in Chess Life and US Chess News US CHESS NEWS PREVIEW ALL EYES ON MOSCOW


Follow along on uschess.org as America’s top two players, GMs Fabiano Caruana and Hikaru Nakamura play amongst six others, including the wildcard GM Levon Aronian, in the Candidates Tournament in Moscowfrom March 10-30. The winner will face GM Magnus Carlsen in the World Championship match, which is scheduled for the U.S. in November 2016.


MARCH CONTRIBUTORS


PETE KARAGIANIS (“The Struggle”) is a chess instructor and writer from Bloomington, Illinois. He can be contacted at Karagianis@ gmail.com or via his blog nmpetek.blogspot.com.


PETE TAMBURRO (New Jersey Open) has been writing for Chess Life since 1973 and for Chess Life Kids since its inception. He is the author of Learn Chess From the Greats and Openings for Amateurs.


JAMAAL ABDUL-ALIM (Max Lu) was the 2013 Chess Journalist of the Year.


KOSTYA ON HIS WORLD TOUR FM Kostya Kavutskiy writes about searching for his final international master norm and cultural lessons on his two-month European chess tour from Gibraltar to Reykjavik (photo, above right).


TROPHY TIME IN ATLANTA The scholastics season kicks off on April 1-3 in Atlanta, Georgia with the National High School Championship so look for our lead-up coverage starting in late March.


TOM BECKMAN (Eastern Open) is a tournament organizer in Washington, D.C.


AL LAWRENCE (PanAms) is the former executive director of both US Chess and the World Chess Hall of Fame. He is currently managing director for the U.S. Chess Trust and chair of the US Chess College Chess committee. His latest book, with GM Lev Alburt, is Chess for the Gifted and Busy.


JOHN SAUNDERS (London Classic) is a British chess player, writer, editor and journalist.


SPRING NORM-HUNTING Look for our coverage of major Grand Prix tournaments, including the Philadelphia Open (with norm opportunities) held from March 23-27.


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