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WSC 2001 Photos Round 20

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Photo 20-001 Brian Cappelletto (United States) borrows the internet table's OSWI to look up a word.
Photo 20-002 Aaron Clottey (Ghana).
Photo 20-003 Aaron Clottey (Ghana) vs. Chris Cree (United States). See commentary.
Photo 20-004 Ganesh Asirvatham (Malaysia) vs. Joshua Otieno Manase (Kenya).
Photo 20-005 Keiichiro Hirai (Japan) vs. Matt Graham (United States). I also took a photo with Keiichiro's camera.
Photo 20-006 The press of media and fans at tables 1 and 2.
Photo 20-007 Peter Elbourne (Malta) vs. Karl Khoshnaw (Kurdistan-Iraq).
Photo 20-008 SCRABBLE® players who aren't playing, Gregg Foster and Ben Loiterstein.
Photo 20-009 Siu Hean Cheah (Singapore) chatting about his game against Trevor Mark Hovelmeier (South Africa) with Ganesh Asirvatham (Malaysia).
Photo 20-010 Robin Pollock Daniel (Canada) checks out a word in the OSWI. By her smile, I assume she won this game against John Holgate (Australia).
Photo 20-011 Michael Arthur Quao (Ghana) vs. Kendall Boyd (New Zealand). See commentary.
Photo 20-012 Michael Arthur Quao (Ghana) in a postgame discussion with Kendall Boyd (New Zealand).

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