- Leo Vilker on NM Ken Wallach's win in Highland Park and the amazing Awonder Liang
- Jon Burgess on Sam Schmakel (hey, Maret, please add HTML permalinks as a feature!)
- Jeff Wiewel on Yury Shulman at the US Championship
- Jon Burgess on the Scott Silverman Memorial and NM William Aramil's draw against GM Mesgen Amanov
If you go to the main ICA page and scroll down to "Chess in Philly," you'll be able to play through Aramil-Amanov in Chess Flash (sorry, no permalink available). Mesgen showed me the game afterward: he explained that William blundered a pawn in the opening (the right idea is to play Nh4 before Qb3, as in the game continuation, 8...Bc2! just wins a button). But after that inaccuracy, Aramil defended flawlessly (when pawns are on one side of the board, R+N are much stronger than R+B). 33.Re5! is a particularly good defensive move.