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|Photo 26-001||Team England: Andrew Perry (England), Allan Simmons (England), David Webb (England), Brett Smitheram (England), Evan Simpson (England), David Acton (England), Andrew Davis (England), and Andrew Fisher (England).|
|Photo 26-002||Robin Pollock Daniel (Canada) takes over the keyboard and enters commentary on the playing style of Joel Wapnick (World Champion).|
|Photo 26-003||Joel Wapnick (World Champion) draws tiles.|
|Photo 26-004||Laura Klein has two helpers this round. Craig Rowland hands her the tiles and a lounging Joel Sherman (United States), relays their plays.|
|Photo 26-005||Allan Simmons (England) points out a possible play.|
|Photo 26-006||Standing room only.|
|Photo 26-007||Stefan detaches his microphone and gets play suggestions from Jim Geary (United States), Matt Graham (United States), and Eric Chaikin.|
|Photo 26-008||Hasbro's Mark Morris, NSA's John D. Williams, Jr., and Robert Felt (United States).|
|Photo 26-009||Brian Cappelletto (United States) defeats Joel Wapnick (World Champion), 410-372.|
|Photo 26-010||Roy Kietzman, editor of Bahrain This Month, and Mario Shalendra Ranasuriya (Bahrain) present the NSA's John D. Williams with a gift from Abdul Wahab Al Asoomi, president of the Bahrain Mind Sports Association. The red case contains a dallah (a coffee pot), six demi-tasses, and a serving platter. In addition to this gorgeous present, John Williams received an original watercolor of a dhow (a small wooden boat) that was painted by an artist in Bahrain.|
|Photo 26-011||Photo of Final Game 2 on the Big Board, courtesy of Craig Rowland.|
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