Chess Life Magazine - February 2002 Issue

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    Publication Date: February 1, 2002

    The February 2002 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features a cover story entitled New York's Finest Serve, Protect, & Play!. This takes a look at the 3rd annual Harlem Chess Festival, Also included are looks at the Armed Forces Open, the Western States Open, and an interview with IM and famous author Jeremy Silman.

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