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March 14, 2013
SuperNats250.jpgSpectators, parents and friends who aren't participating will still have plenty to do at SuperNationals V. See the full schedule of seminars and special guest appearances at SuperNationals V (April 5-7, Nashville), including a National Anthem rendition by Rebecca Holden and a Friday simul at 2 PM by GM Alexandra Kosteniuk. There will also be seminars with GM Alexander Stripunsky on studying classics, Alexander Onischuk on Morphy & CLO editor WGM Jen Shahade on popularizing chess.  

Saturday seminars will be hosted by IM Daniel Rensch, WIM and USCF President Ruth Haring and IM Larry Evans. Jay Stallings, Sunil Weeramantry and Beatriz Marinello will lead the Scholastic Council meeting at 4 PM on Saturday. Currently the iTunes movie of the weekBrooklyn Castle will screen on Saturday night.

Dr. WIM Alexey Root wrote about her own Nashville plans and Saturday seminar in a previous CLO piece.

Sunday's schedule includes a seminars by IM Larry Evans and FIDE Senior Trainer Michael Khodarkovsky.

Are you excited about the SuperNationals V? Share your plans and preparation with us in a comment or on twitter/facebook. During the event, look for US Chess Scoop coverage as well as a report from Melinda J. Matthews.

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