Chess Life Magazine - December 2000 Issue

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    The December 2000 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features GM Joel Benjamin and his impressive 2000 U.S. Championship triumph. There is also coverage of the 2000 U.S. Open, won by GM Alex Yermolinsky. There is also a profile on Vladimir Kramnik.

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