Black Chess Players Make Moves To Improve The Game

Hannah Miller
Apr 19, 2019 - 5:00
Black Chess Players Make Moves To Improve The Game

The game of chess is experiencing a renaissance in the United States. The 2018 World Chess Championship featured Brooklyn native Fabiano Caruana, the first American to compete for the title since Bobby Fischer in 1972. The US’ leading chess organization has also seen record increases in participation. “We’re approaching a membership of 100,000 — a number which we’ve never hit before,” said Carol Meyer, executive director of the -->

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3 Replies to “Black Chess Players Make Moves To Improve The Game”

  1. I love chess (can’t play worth a damn but I follow it). This is a terrific article and I will absolutely follow a few of the links to learn more about chess’s black history.

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