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May 10, 2013

Players and families should register directly with the organizers and notify the USCF once they have registered. The highest rated US player who registers with the organizers by the July 15th deadline will be considered the official player for that age and gender category. 

When players register with the organizers, they should contact Jerry Nash ([email protected]) in the USCF office with their player information (age group/gender/FIDE ID, etc.). The USCF will send the organizers an official letter containing the list of players in their age/gender categories on or about July 15th indicating that the players who have registered from the US are members in good standing. The USCF will not provide coaches for this event.

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