May 19, 2016
How Maurice Ashley, the first black chess grandmaster, uses the game to change inner-city kids' lives
He’s being inducted into the Chess Hall of Fame. He’ll be the first African American to bear the honor, just as he was the first to become a grandmaster in 1999.
May 16, 2016
by Jake Germann, Gallery Attendant at the World Chess Hall of Fame
Ever since Kings, Queens & Castles has been installed on the second floor of the World Chess Hall of Fame (WCHOF), kids have taken over the historically adult-centric museum and are engaging in a more imaginative game of chess on a life-size board enveloped in a castle as big as the entire second floor gallery.
April 15, 2016
April 11, 2016
By International Master John Donaldson, member of the U.S. Chess Hall of Fame selection committee