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WSC 2001 Photos Round 24

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Photo 24-001 James Charles Wright (Gibraltar)
Photo 24-002 Ranganathan Chakravarthy (India)
Photo 24-003 Dan Laurentiu Sandu (Romania) vs. Chris Abordo (Bahrain).
Photo 24-004 Lewis Singh (Guyana) at play.
Photo 24-005 Gareth Williams (Wales) vs. Maor Eichler (Israel).
Photo 24-006 Paul Yandisha Kalumba (Zambia).
Photo 24-007 Danny Cotejo (Qatar)
Photo 24-008 View from the stage on boards 1 and 2.
Photo 24-009 Mohan Verghese Chunkath (India) vs. Steven Gruzd (South Africa).
Photo 24-010 Lewis Singh (Guyana)
Photo 24-011 Bob Lipton (United States) vs. Adam Logan (Canada).
Photo 24-012 Bob Lipton (United States) vs. Adam Logan (Canada). See commentary.
Photo 24-013 Moments before Joel Wapnick (World Champion) and James Kramer (United States) shake hands after a finals-qualifying battle that went in Joel's favor. He earns his way to a third WSC final!
Photo 24-014 A swarm of cameras.
Photo 24-015 Joel Wapnick (World Champion) fills out paperwork.
Photo 24-016 James Kramer (United States) gathers up the tiles that will be his while Joel Wapnick (World Champion) turns in their paperwork.
Photo 24-017 James Kramer (United States) and a "visiting for the last round of play" Lester Schonbrun.
Photo 24-018 Team Thailand: Taewan Sutthasin (Thailand), Pakorn Nemitrmansuk (Thailand), Sherrie Saint John, and Jakkrit Klaphajone (Thailand).
Photo 24-019 Howard Warner (New Zealand) vs. Suresh Thevakumar Samuel Chinnaiyah (Sri Lanka). See commentary.
Photo 24-020 Team Australia: John Holgate (Australia), Edward Okulicz (Australia), Rodney Talbot (Australia), and Paul Stephen Cleary (Australia).
Photo 24-021 Keiichiro Hirai (Japan) and Michael Gongolo (Kenya).
Photo 24-022 Almost Team Canada: we had a problem with this photo, neither Adam Logan (Canada) nor Joel Wapnick (World Champion) were present, so we took two random Canadians to stand in for them. With that caveat, they are: Joel Wapnick (World Champion) (or Evan Berofsky), James A. Cherry (Canada), David William Boys (Canada), Ron Hoekstra (Canada), Robin Pollock Daniel (Canada), Adam Logan (Canada) (or Albert Hahn), Zev Kaufman (Canada) and Christopher Sykes (Canada).
Photo 24-023 James A. Cherry (Canada) and his brand-new bride, Melissa.
Photo 24-024 New friends: Maor Eichler (Israel) and Zev Kaufman (Canada).
Photo 24-025 What exactly is everyone looking at on Table 1?
Photo 24-026 Sherrie Saint John and Kristen Chew go over the game that eliminated Adam Logan (Canada) (in his customary pose) from contention.
Photo 24-027 Tension mounts and spectators climb over each other to see who will be in the finals: James Kramer (United States) or Joel Wapnick (World Champion).
Photo 24-028 Webmaster John Chew after a hard day's work.

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