2023 U.S. Chess Championships: Round 6

Live from the World Chess Hall of Fame, the U.S. (overall) & U.S. Women’s Championships are two round robin tournaments (pairings below). Join GMs Yasser Seirawan, Cristian Chirila, and WGM Katerina Nemcova for the move-by-move.


ROUND 6 | 40 Moves in 90 Min. Incr. 30 Sec. / / 30 Min. Incr. 30 Sec.
Fabiano Caruana (4) vs.
Sam Sevian (2.5)
Abhimanyu Mishra (2.5) vs.
Leinier Dominguez (3)
Levon Aronian (2) vs.
Wesley So (3)
Jeffery Xiong (1.5) vs.
Hans Niemann
Sam Shankland (2.5) vs. Dariusz Swiercz (2)
Andrew Tang
(1.5) vs. Ray Robson (2)

ROUND 6 | 40 Moves in 90 Min. Incr. 30 Sec. / / 30 Min. Incr. 30 Sec.
Atousa Pourkashiyan
(2) vs. Begim Tokhirjonova (4)
Ruiyang Yan
(2.5) vs. Irina Krush (3.5)
Nazi Paikidze
(2.5) vs. Alice Lee (2.5)
Anna Zatonskih
(2.5) vs. Jennifer Yu
Ashritha Eswaran
(0.5) vs. Carissa Yip (4)
Thalia Cervantes (1.5) vs. Tatev Abrahamyan (2.5)


  1. 2:36:10 They both missed that black wins with …Qxe5. Stockfish on my phone says -10 😮

  2. SLCC, can you post the cool Piano intermission performance? It was good despite the awful chat comments.


  4. Just compare Mishra's precise post-game analysis with Niemann's erratic babble – what does that tell you?

  5. Hans ruined his career by cheating. No one will ever trust him again. Once a cheater…

  6. Thank you so much for another great broadcast. I learn so much about my own chess by watching

  7. I understand having women's divisions for athletics but why for chess? I don't believe men have any advantages that require separate divisions.

  8. i have noticed when players come to the interview and analyse their games, the engine is turned off, but when fabi comes Christian turns engine on, i know they are pals but can we have equality?

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