Grab your laptop, tablet, and your favorite chess app, program, or board and get ready to follow the exciting showdown in Saint Louis: the 2017 US Chess Championships!
Reigning Champions GM Fabiano Caruana and Nazi Paikidze-Barnes will be fighting to retain their titles against the best that the country has to offer on the board. All games are played at 1300 CDT (GMT -5) and will be broadcast on Chess24, ChessBomb, and ChessBase.
Also, I recommend trying out the Watch Chess app available on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. I wrote a review about it awhile back and it has been a great companion for watching chess when stuck in a meeting or in another place where its not practical to bring up a browser-based website.
- March 29 – April 2: Rounds 1-5 (1300 CDT)
- April 3: Rest Day
- April 4 – April 9: Rounds 6-11 (1300 CDT)
- April 10 – Playoff (if necessary) (1300 CDT)
- April 10 – Closing Ceremony (1830 CDT)
Read more on the official website and follow all of the late breaking information on the US Chess Federation website.