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March 11, 2009
GM Alexandra Kosteniuk, Photo courtesy chesspics.com
The simul schedule for the SuperNationals IV (Nashville, April 2-5) is up and you can sign up at the USCF store. Take your chance now to play Women's World Champ Alexandra Kosteniuk, U.S. Champions Anna Zatonskih and Yury Shulman. Also taking on all comers is the first ever African American GM Maurice Ashley, four-time U.S. Champion Alexander Shabalov and GM Alexander Stripunsky. Even if you have already registered for the SuperNationals, click on the Register link to see all the recently added simul options. Complete SuperNationals schedule to be announced soon.

Read last week's announcement "Meet Garry Kasparov in Nashville."

SuperNationals Simul Schedule

Thursday Simuls: 6:30 PM, April 2

GM Maurice Ashley
GM Alexander Shabalov
GM Alexander Stripunsky

Friday Simuls I : 9 AM, April 3

Women's World Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk
GM Alexander Shabalov
U.S. Women's Champion Anna Zatonskih
Friday Simuls II: 8 PM, April 3

U.S. Champion GM Yury Shulman

Saturday Simuls, 4 PM April 4

U.S. Champion GM Yury Shulman
U.S. Women's Champion Anna Zatonskih

Sunday Simul: Last Chance Simul, 3:30 PM

Women's World Champion GM Alexandra Kosteniuk

March - Chess Life Online 2009

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