Chess Life Magazine - September 1999 Issue

    Chess Life Magazine - September 1999 Issue
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    Publication Date: September 1, 1999

    The September 1999 Issue of Chess Life Magazine takes a look at the FIDE World Knockout tournament held in Las Vegas. There are also articles on Chess-in-Schools and the Marshall Championships.

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