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February 1, 2010
Spring Online Team Tournament
Register for the Sunday, February 7th Spring Online College Team Tournament before the February 4th deadline. Last year, University of Texas at Brownsville came out on top. The tournament is a five round swiss, the games are held on the Internet Chess Club and each team consists of four players. See complete details here.

Reminder to College Chess Players and Girls:
In conjunction with the Denker Tournament of High School Champions and the US Open in Irvine, California (July 31-August 8), one brand new event will be held, the 2010 U.S. Girls Junior Open Championship (July 31-August 3). The third annual Tournament of College Champions (July 31-August 3) will also kick off, and if you're a college student, don't miss it. University of Texas at Dallas Chess program director Jim Stallings said, "The WCL Tournament of College Champions is an emerging tournament of great strength that recognizes the top individual college player in the United States. It is hotly contested each year, and this year will be no different. Sign up for the U.S. Open and get a free entry fee to the TOC!” 

"Roses and Recognition" Login as a member to see WIM Dr. Alexey Root's February Chess Life Magazine article on the November 2009 University of Texas at Dallas Invitationals.

February - Chess Life Online 2010

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