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|Photo 17-001||Great volunteer helpers: Evan Berofsky, John Karris, and Craig Rowland.|
|Photo 17-002||Catherine Costello (Ireland) playing Dixon Assesa (Kenya).|
|Photo 17-003||Another angle on the pensive Catherine Costello (Ireland).|
|Photo 17-004||Mohan Verghese Chunkath (India) vs. Ganesh Asirvatham (Malaysia). Oxygen network photographer zeroing in on Robin Pollock Daniel (Canada).|
|Photo 17-005||Mary Rhoades taking a challenge in a game between Ronald Credo (Philippines) and Trevor Mark Hovelmeier (South Africa).|
|Photo 17-006||Suresh Thevakumar Samuel Chinnaiyah (Sri Lanka) reaching for tiles in his game against Maor Eichler (Israel).|
|Photo 17-007||Steven Gruzd (South Africa) vs. Margarida Ana de Souza (Trinidad and Tobago). See commentary.|
|Photo 17-008||At the end of his game, the helpful Steven Gruzd (South Africa) gathered up flags that players had failed to get and went around the room and found appropriate mini holder for each flag.|
|Photo 17-009||Randy Hersom (United States) vs. Joey Mallick (United States). See commentary.|
|Photo 17-010||Catherine Costello (Ireland) vs. Dixon Assesa (Kenya). See commentary.|
|Photo 17-011||Suresh Thevakumar Samuel Chinnaiyah (Sri Lanka) vs. Maor Eichler (Israel). See commentary.|
|Photo 17-012||Trevor Mark Hovelmeier (South Africa) vs. Ronald Credo (Philippines). See commentary.|
|Photo 17-013||Robin Pollock Daniel (Canada) vs. Joel Sherman (United States). See commentary.|
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