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Living on Tulsa Time
By Tom Braunlich   
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This year’s Frank K. Berry U.S. Championship is packed with excitement!


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The U.S. Women’s Championship
By Tom Braunlich   
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In one of the most exciting conclusions ever in a U.S. Championship event—but one that generated much controversy—IM Anna Zatonskih wins her second U.S. Women’s Championship.



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Petrosian Finishes Second at Second City!
By Jerry Hanken   
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Nakamura, Akobian, and Tigran L. Petrosian—an Armenian playing in his first American tournament—tie for first, with Akobian winning the Armageddon game over Petrosian.




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Yeager has the Right Stuff
By FM Mike Klein   
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FM Dan Yeager, taking a page out of Nakamura’s playbook, goes all out for victory in the last round of the National High School Championship and is rewarded with the championship.


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Michael Lee is Junior High Champ
By WFM Elizabeth Vicary   
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"This victory was not so important for me as much as it was for the school team’s success."



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It’s All Medina Parilla at the All Girls
By WFM Elizabeth Vicary   
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Now a junior at DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx, Medina learned to place chess at CES 70, the Bronx elementary school featured in the movie, Knights of the South Bronx.


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Looks at Books: A Brilliant Deception
By Dr. Alexey Root, WIM   
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With chess cheating much in the chess and mainstream media these last few years, this fictionalized account of one of the great chess deceptions is especially timely.




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