How two Chicago teens are cracking open the male-dominated world of competitive chess
Only about 14% of competitive chess players in America are women, according to the U.S. Chess Federation. Maggie Tsyganova and her former classmate Lizzy Brahin started the nonprofit Queens United Chess. The group has partnered with Chicago Public Schools and the Renaissance Knights Chess Foundation to bring the game into 10 schools across the city.
Published 2 months ago · Chicago, United States
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