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Chess Life for Kids - June 2010
New On-Line Viewer Now Available
By Glenn Petersen   
Use the link inside to view the June 2010 edition of Chess Life for Kids:

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Truly National
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The 2010 National Scholastic Championships are over and it is time to recognize our newest champions


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ALL-STARS Making a Difference
By Gregory R. Norfleet   
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Kristofer Jacobson learned from his parents how to play chess when he was seven years old.

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The Worst Chess Opening
By Rick Kennedy   
I have spent almost a decade exploring the worst chess opening ever . . .



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How Does the Horsey Move?
By Pete Tamburro   
If you’ve tried some of my “Win or Draw” puzzles, then you must be asking yourself, “What sort of trick is he up to now?”



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OPENINGS: FOUR KNIGHTS
By Tony Palmer   
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The Four Knights (4N) is a safe and solid choice for beginners and juniors . . .



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What's the Problem?
By Stanley Kravitz   
The five miniature puzzles shown here are a great way to practice the opposition in pawn endings.



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