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March 7, 2011
JesseKraai.jpgAfter four rounds of the Saint Louis Invitational, also a qualifier for the US Championship,  GM Gregory Kaidanov holds the clear lead with 3.5, with three players close behind on 3/5: IM Michael Brooks, GM Alejandro Ramirez and GM Ray Robson. See games, crosstables and more on the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis website.

Also check out a video by Macauley Peterson featuring GM Jesse Kraai. Jesse is in the middle of the pack with 2.5/5.

As the Saint Louis Invitational concludes, follow live games and video feed on the CCSCSL website.

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