Chess Life Magazine - June 2011 Issue

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    Publication Date: June 1, 2011


    College chess continues to grow in the U. S., and perhaps nothing illustrates this trend more than Texas Tech's stirring vicotry in the Final Four event. The faces on the front cover are from Betsy Dynako's collegiate photo essay from the 2010 Pan Am. These articles, and much more, can be found in the June issue of Chess Life.

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