The always popular Game of the Year Contest returns in the same format as the past year, but as always, with a slightly different judging panel. Read on to find out who they are!
So many of the All Stars were also eligible for the Rookie of the Year Award, but who wound up getting it? And the Most Improved Player also had more than one fine potential candidate. But who came out on top? Read on to find out!
The choice of the three candidates was quite easy, but as often is the case, deciding on the order was anything but. After due deliberation though, choices were eventually made, and read on to find out what they were!
The selectors had an easier time in deciding on the Board Three candidates and order with there not being nearly as many worthy candidates as Board Two – the main choice being the decision between first and second place. But who ended up taking it? Read on to find out!
Azerbaijan won the European Chess Championship on Nov. 18, and the Miami Sharks collected their first United States Chess League title two days later.
The Sharks defeated the New York Knights, who had won the championship in 2009 and 2011, in the league’s online tournament.