Chess Life Magazine - April 2009 Issue

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    Publication Date: April 1, 2009

    The April 2009 Issue of Chess Life Magazine, content includes an article on Ray Robson, one of the US' top scholastic players and his dominating performance at the 2007 Miami Open. It also features...

    * Biography and game analysis of the 2009 North American Open Champion, GM Giorgi Kacheishvili.

    * Extensive coverage of the 2008 K-12 National Scholastic Championship, in which New York state players dominated the field.

    * The USCF Executive Board Candidate Statements.

    * Former USCF Executive Director Al Lawrence discusses the USCF's 4th Decade (1969-1978) in the USCF History section.

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