Bids

Note Organizers previously awarded options for USCF National Events must still submit proposals (including sample budgets) for their events. Bids on the following tournaments are past deadline and will be considered immediately 2010 U.S. Class Championship 2010 U.S. Amateur (East, North, South) 2010 U.S. Game 60 2010 U.S. Game 30 2010 U.S. Game 10 (QC) T.B.A. 2010 U.S. Game 15 (qc) 2010 U.S. Junior Closed - TBA 2010 U.S. Junior Open - TBA 2011 U.S. Junior Chess Congress 2011 U.S. Amateur Teams...

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Bxh7 c6 51. dxc6 Bxc6 52. Bxe4 Bxe4 53. Kxe4 Kf6 54. f4, Black resigned. My dad told me years later I knew whoever won this game would go on to be world champion (he had already played six GMs in the first seven rounds ) and started to play worse in the fifth and sixth hours. 41 f6 42. Kh5 Bd5 43. Rc8 Bc6 44. Kg6 Rxc3 45. Rd8 Bb5 46. Bxb5 Rxg3+ 47. Kf7 axb5 48. Rb8 Kxf5 49. Rxb7 Rb3 50. a6 White has some winning chances with 50. Rb6. 50 Ra3 51. Rxb5+ Kg4 52....

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I have used this idea more than once. When I was a little boy, I remember looking at an old Tal game where he used d1 to transfer his queen from one side of the board to the other. Taking time out to put the knight off sides before the kingside onslaught. 31 Na7 32. Ba3 Be7 33. Bxe7 Qxe7 34. Qg4 Kg7 35. Nf4 All of White's pieces are attacking. The end is near. 35 Kh7 36. Nxe6 Rg8 37. Rf6 Rg6, Black resigned. I played chess on and off from 19951999, when I was a full time student at Wayne State...