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|Photo 09-001||Word Judges Extraordinaire: Mary Rhoades from Texas, Rick Wong from California, and Luise Shafritz from Las Vegas.|
|Photo 09-002||David Acton (England) vs. Randy Hersom (United States). See commentary.|
|Photo 09-003||John D. Williams, Sr. (Jack) and John D. Williams, Jr.|
|Photo 09-004||John D. Williams, Sr., Jane Williams, and John D. Williams, Jr.|
|Photo 09-005||Sherrie Saint John.|
|Photo 09-006||David Wiegand (United States) vs. Steve Polatnick (United States). See commentary.|
|Photo 09-007||Matt Graham (United States) vs. Samuel Fomum Tanee (Cameroon). See commentary.|
|Photo 09-008||David Delicata (Malta).|
|Photo 09-009||Adam Logan (Canada) vs. Andrew Perry (England). See commentary.|
|Photo 09-010||Karl Khoshnaw (Kurdistan-Iraq)|
|Photo 09-011||Matt Graham (United States) vs. Samuel Fomum Tanee (Cameroon). See commentary.|
|Photo 09-012||Malta teammates: Peter Elbourne (Malta) and David Delicata (Malta).|
|Photo 09-013||Mary Rhoades takes a challenge in a game between Chris Cree (United States) and Ron Hoekstra (Canada). This photo is from round 10! Oops! A bonus surprise peek at the next round!|
|Photo 09-014||The view from the Internet desk: Day Two starts with Joel Wapnick (World Champion) vs. Andrew Davis (England) at Board 1, Adam Logan (Canada) vs. Andrew Perry (England) at Board 2. Internet Reporter Sherrie Saint John looks on, Lawren Freebody and Evan Berofsky annotate.|
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