The American Chess Magazine comes to you on the crest of a wave that has provided the biggest boost to the US chess since the early 1970s, when Bobby Fischer claimed the world title from Boris Spassky.
Be sure to pick up a copy of the Spring edition. If you liked the first issue, then you will like this latest one even more!
American Chess Magazine aims to present chess in all its beauty. While entertaining in typical magazine style, it is essentially focused on the educational aspect.Discover More!
The ACM relies on many American authors, and keeps the special interest in American players and themes of significance for US chess.Discover More!
The idea of a "chess magazine as it is meant to be" is that every theme that holds the internal spirit of chess is worthy of our attention.Discover More!
"I ordered the premier issue and eagerly awaited its arrival. I was expecting quite a lot from it, but I still was completely blown away by how good it really was."
The magazine turns the spotlight on the fantastic winning streak of Wesley So at the Wijk Aan Zee and London super-tournaments, as well as reporting on Nakamura’s triumph in Gibraltar. Moreover this issue takes a very detailed look back at the Carlsen-Karjakin match...
The success of the USA team at the Chess Olympiad comes under the spotlight in our first issue, as does Jeffery Xiong’s capture of the world junior title. There is also an in-depth preview of the world championship match between Carlsen and Karjakin in New York...
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