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August 2, 2010
IM Marc Arnold and WIM Alisa Melekhina are in Chotowa (near Krakow), Poland for the 2010 World Junior (August 2-18). See players and round one results in the Overall section and the Girls' Section. Arnold was upset in his first round game by Miroslaw Lewicki , a setback which he is likely to overcome in such a long tournament (13 rounds). Melekhina is off to a good start with a win over Marianna Chierici of Italy.

Follow results on the official website and live games on http://www.wjcc2010.pl/en/gry-on-line.

Also stay up to date with our 13-player Pan-American Youth squad on the official website and chessresults.com.

August - Chess Life Online 2010

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