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Chelsea »

The 16-player team was also the largest girls' team at the tournament, coach Russell Makofsky said.

Bed-Stuy »

The new program in partnership with the Brooklyn DA's office kicked off in Bed-Stuy and East New York.

Crown Heights »

The third annual event is set to take place on Eastern Parkway and Classon Avenue on Saturday.

Gramercy »

Sami Uyanik suffered a rare eye disorder that caused him to see double. 

Chelsea »

The school's chess team recently came in ninth place at a national competition.

Corona »

P.S. 307 in Corona has a nationally ranked elementary school chess team.

East Village »

Noah Siegel, a former chess prodigy, has been volunteering at his local YMCA for the past year.

East Village »

The middle school chess team at East Side Community High School recently won a citywide title.

Greenwich Village »

The owner of The Uncommons said he wants to continue the legacy of chess on Thompson Street.

Upper West Side »

Toddlers at  Goddard Preschool  are learning how to play chess. 

Central Harlem »

Chess legend Garry Kasparov said the game has great benefits for students.

Park Slope »

The P.S. 282 chess team won trophies in five categories at the United States Chess Federation tournament.

Inwood »

The chess club at P.S. 98 Shorac Kappock is trying to raise money to compete in Nashville.

New York City »

Talented New York City kids develop expertise in areas from chess to music composition.

Chelsea »

The national champions at the NYC Lab School no longer have access to a chess-instruction program.