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October 11, 2013
slideUSCFflag.jpgOctober 12, Saturday is National Chess Day and USCF wishes all chessplayers a happy one! Also get your fall chess gear and books a little cheaper: USCF Sales is offering a 10% discount through October 20 using the coupon CHESSDAY2013.

Mike Atkins, who spearheaded the National Chess Day initiative (offering free TLA and rating fees) told USCF members to be sure to have fun  tomorrow. Atkins will be playing in the Continental Class Championships, one of the major events held over the weekend, along with the Midwest Class in the Chicago area and the Los Angeles Open.

How are you celebrating? Please share your games, stories and photos with CLO editor [email protected] Also join the discussion via our twitter or facebook pages. 

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