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Fabiano Caruana Wins His Second U.S. Championship, Hans Niemann Sues Carlsen, Chess.com, Hikaru

We didn’t even have time to bask in the glow of the celebratory C Squared Podcast. Fabiano Caruana, the man who is, at present, America’s greatest living chess player, won his second United States Chess Championship in six years Wednesday, scoring 8.5 out of a possible 13 points and going unbeaten in the process, posting four wins and nine draws. Rising...

Italian-American Fabiano Caruana Battles 3-time Defending Champion Magnus Carlsen in FIDE World Chess Championship

For the first time since Bobby Fischer defeated Boris Spassky in 1972 an American is vying for the FIDE World Chess Championship. 26-year old Fabiano Caruana won the Candidate’s Tournament handily and is now deadlocked with 3-time reigning FIDE World Champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway with Game 6 underway as we go to press. Caruana is actually the fourth...