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NSC 2002 Photos Round 01
Congratulations to our new National Champion, Joel Sherman!
video clip 1 (2 MB),
video clip 2 (2 MB).
(video courtesy Roger Cullman)
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Players beginning to make their way into the playing room
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Committee members standing in front of Laura Klein during introductions.
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Laura Klein giving opening remarks
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John D. Williams briefing us on new rules of conduct.
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The playing room after they've been told to begin. The tile rattling was loud!
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Other side of room and less tile rattling.
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Division 2's Randall Thomas (Calgary AB) demonstrating great "drawing tiles with bag over one's head" technique.
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Howard Greenspan (Norwalk, CT) (annotated by Beth Lerman) vs. Jeremiah Mead (Chelmsford, MA) (annotated by Eve Wengler), division 1.
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Behatted duo: Rod MacNeil (Londonderry, NH) vs. Noah Kanter (Berkeley, CA), division 1.
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Adam Logan (Berkeley, CA) vs. Ted Rosen (Rochester, NY), division 1. See this round's commentary
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Travis Chaney (Van Buren, AR) vs. [error: no such id: BenLoiterstein], division 2. See this round's commentary
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The event's deluxe board: less glare.
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Vivian Minden (Dundas ON) and Shah Ali (Herndon, VA) do a recount. Score remains unchanged, 403-400 in Shah's favor.
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Vivian Minden (Dundas ON) vs. Shah Ali (Herndon, VA), division 3. See this round's commentary
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Jeremiah Mead (Chelmsford, MA) vs. Howard Greenspan (Norwalk, CT), division 1. See this round's commentary
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Composite panoramic view of the playing room
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