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WSC 2001 Photos Round 21

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Photo 21-001 Lunchtime shot featuring British players, Alan Sinclair (Scotland), Evan Simpson (England), David Acton (England). and David Webb (England).
Photo 21-002 Lunchtime shot of David William Boys (Canada). James A. Cherry (Canada), John D. Williams, Jr., back of James Kramer (United States). and back of Brian Cappelletto (United States).
Photo 21-003 More lunchtime dining.
Photo 21-004 Lunch.
Photo 21-005 Brett Smitheram (England) being interviewed outside the playing area.
Photo 21-006 John Luebkemann (United States) by a message board outside the playing room. Player standings, pairings, and messages for players were posted here.
Photo 21-007 Another message board.
Photo 21-008 Tired of watching others play the game, Joanne Craig and Albert Hahn play SCRABBLE® in the foyer.
Photo 21-009 Gathering at the message board.
Photo 21-010 Catherine Costello (Ireland)and Margarida Ana de Souza (Trinidad and Tobago), two of the three women in this year's WSC, swapping game anecdotes while on break.
Photo 21-011 James Kramer (United States) playing Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand).
Photo 21-012 Brett Smitheram (England) vs. Naween Tharanga Fernando (Sri Lanka). See commentary.
Photo 21-013 Joey Mallick (United States) vs. Robert Felt (United States). See commentary.
Photo 21-014 Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand) vs. James Kramer (United States). See commentary.
Photo 21-015 Laura Klein and her husband Joe Edley (United States) share a quiet moment between rounds.

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