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February 17, 2010
diaryofachessqueen.jpgThere are still spots left in Women's World Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk 50-board simultaneous exhibition at the Burt Lerner National Elementary Championships (Atlanta, GA, May 7-9).

The Kosteniuk simul begins at 9 AM EST on Friday, May 7th and the Entry Fee is $40. You can sign up at the USCF store now for the event and the simul. The National K-12 Championships Kosteniuk simul sold out quickly, so don't wait! Kosteniuk will also sign her books at the event including her latest, "Diary of a Chess Queen" which you can pick up at USCF Sales. Or go to chessqueen.com for an autographed copy.

The Elementary Nationals will also host a FIDE Trainers Seminar for Women, which you can read more about on Kosteniuk's blog.

Kosteniuk is getting busy with simuls. See a PR on another simul by Kosteniuk in conjunction with the Space Coast Open (April 23-25, Indialantic, FL.) The simul will be held on Alexandra's 26th birthday, April 24. See the full announcement on the press section of uschess.org.

Updated 3/10/2010: On Saturday, May 8th, 2010, in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, the Women's World Champion, Alexandra Kosteniuk, will play a simul against 30 players. Read the full PR on the press section of uschess.org.

For information on the other Spring Nationals, see the Junior High Nationals homepage, the High School Nationals homepage and the All-Girls Nationals homepage.

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