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July 10, 2013
The World Open moved from Philly to DC this year, and the US Chess Scoop talked to many star players about games and experiences from the prestigious event, including US Women's Champ Irina Krush, GM Marc Arnold, Aleksander Ostrovskiy, Tatev Abrahamayan, Josh Colas & Sean Vibbert. 
 



 

 

Jamaal Abdul Alim's report on the event covers the 10-way tie for first, with GM Varuzhan Akobian prevailing in an Armageddon tiebreak. Jamaal will also report on the tournament for Chess Life Magazine.  
 
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