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The Happy Warrior
By Jerry Hanken   
GM Giorgi Kacheishvili scores big in North American Open



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Going for “Grand” –Or– Ray’s Road to the Title
By Macauley Peterson   
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At the 2008 Miami Open, Ray Robson, America’s latest rising star, scores a 2700 performance rating



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Crowning K-12 Kings
By WIM Elizabeth Vicary   
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New York Dominates Team Events at Grade Championships; Toby Boas Wins 12th-Grade Section



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2005 Electronic Knights
By FM Alex Dunne   
Gillmore Hoefdraad, a Suriname native with a globe-hopping resume, wins the 2nd Annual Electronic Knights Championship



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USCF Executive Board Candidate Statements
The candidates for USCF Executive Board introduce themselves

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The Epic Rivalry: Kasparov Ascends the Throne
By GM Lev Alburt   
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The first Karpov-Kasparov match was terminated on February 15, 1985. A few days later, the New York Times editorialized “it matters when a country formerly accused of noncompliance with arms treaties is credibly charged with fudging even the clear rules of international chess.” The Politburo wasn’t amused.



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USCF History: Both Sides of the Moon
By Al Lawrence   


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