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Chess program looks to raise awareness

<!--Saxotech Paragraph Count: 9-->For two decades, the White-Plains based National Scholastic Chess Foundation has pulled together money each year to support chess classes and clubs for schoolchildren all over Westchester County.Now, for the first time, the nonprofit organization is holding a fundraiser this weekend in Bronxville to raise awareness of its services and for money [...]

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Nakamura and Anand Again Separate Themselves From the Pack at Tata Steel

Win Viswanathan Anand Loss Alexei Shirov Replay the game » Win Hikaru Nakamura Loss Maxime Vachier-Lagrave Replay the game » Loss Magnus Carlsen Win Ian Nepomniachtchi Replay the game » Loss Luke McShane Win Zahar Efimenko Replay the game » Win Ivan vanisevic Loss Daniele Vocaturo Replay the game » After a great day of [...]

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School Board Meets as Search For Superintendent Replacement Continues

By Elizabeth Gentle - bio | email HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Several parents are upset that the Huntsville city school system is 20 million dollars in the hole, and can't agree on when or how to hire a new superintendent. "It's like a chess game. They've got to find somebody to fit the spot like they want them [...]

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For Tiger Woods, others, golf is all head games

SAN DIEGO — Hall of Famer Ben Hogan, who dug his game out of the dirt with relentless practice to win nine major championships and 64 PGA Tour titles, paid homage to the demanding mental aspect of golf when he said the narrowest fairway was between the ears. By Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Tiger Woods [...]

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So loses to drop to share of Corus chess top spot

Grandmaster Wesley So's four-game winning streak ended Tuesday with a crucial ninth-round loss to Chinese GM Li Chao in the 73rd Tata Steel-Corus Group B chess championship at the de Morianne Community Center in Wijk Aan Zee, The Netherlands.Standings (After nine rounds)6.0 points – L. McShane (England) G. Sargissian (Armenia)Wesley So (Philippines) 5.5 points – [...]

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