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November 19, 2008
USCLmainlogo.jpgThe U.S. Chess League semi-finals are tonight with Boston facing Carolina Cobras and the Miami Sharks set to play defending champs, the Dallas Destiny. You can watch the action live on the the Internet Chess Club starting at 7 PM EST. Boston is even running a live video feed. Check for up to the minute news and blog links on the USCL homepage. The answer to the trivia question (Name all the individual matchups that have occured twice already in the 2008 U.S. Chess League season, with the SAME COLORS, up to and including this week's quarterfinal matches.)  from our last USCL report is:

John Bick (Tenneessee Tempo) vs John Readey ( Seattle Sluggers)
Sam Shankland (San Francisco Mechanics) vs Igor Schneider (Dallas Destiny)
Bayaara Zorigt (Dallas Destiny) vs Daniel Naroditsky (San Francisco Mechanics)


November - Chess Life Online 2008

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