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April 27, 2013
TD Glenn Panner, USCF President Ruth Haring, David Heiser of Renaissance Knights, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and KCF president Michael Khodarkovsky, Photo Betsy Dynako

The 10th annual All-Girls Nationals opened in Chicago with mayor Rahm Emanuel in attendance. A record-breaking 282 girls battle for victory in seven sections. See photos by Betsy Dynako below, follow pairings and standings on the Renaissance Knights homepage, and look for a full report after the tournament. Former World Champ and human rights advocate Garry Kasparov will give a signing on Sunday.

President Ruth Haring told CLO, "USCF thanks Garry Kasparov of the Kasparov Chess Foundation, David & Shiela Heiser of Renaissance Knights Chess Foundation, Bank of America for volunteers, Hipsters for Sisters for their donation and the City of Chicago for their hospitality."

Zoe Smith, Photo Betsy Dynako

Mayor Rahm Emanuel meets U of Chicago student Darrian Robinson with Michael Khodarkovsky and Elizabeth Spiegel of IS 318 in the background, Photo Betsy Dynako

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Darrian Robinson


Leah Hart, Photo Betsy Dynako


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