ICA's Chess Blog
- Written by Dan Leroy
I like the idea that anything is possible in chess. That on a good day a Class A player can beat an Expert. Or an Expert can beat a Master. The Chicago Open, which was run by the Continental Chess Association, had a few of those games. Of the 132 games on their website only a half dozen had upsets. Gives me hope that the next time I sit down to play a much stronger player, I've got a shot at winning.
Following are six upsets from the 2011 Chicago Open