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NSC 2002 Photos Round 16

Congratulations to our new National Champion, Joel Sherman!

See also: video clip 1 (2 MB), video clip 2 (2 MB). (video courtesy Roger Cullman)

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Table 1 in division 5, Matthew Carter (Richmond, VA) vs Tim Olsen (Los Angeles, CA).

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Carol Dustin (Minneapolis, MN) vs. Larry Gradus (Margate, FL) in division 2. Joseph Jokubaitis (Middlebury, CT) in the background.

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Division 2's Mr. 770, Mark Landsberg (Laguna Woods, CA) vs. Mitchell Brook (Philadelphia, PA).

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Joel Horn (Reading, MA) vs. Joseph Jokubaitis (Middlebury, CT), division 2. See this round's commentary

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Carol Dustin (Minneapolis, MN) vs. Larry Gradus (Margate, FL), division 2. See this round's commentary

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[error: no such id: BenLoiterstein] slogging through with four Es on his rack!

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Rick Wong (San José, CA) and Diane Firstman (Brooklyn, NY) battling in an intense and intensely close division 2 game.

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Marlon Hill (Baltimore, MD) vs Robert Felt (Atlanta, GA), division 1. See this round's commentary

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John Olaughlin (Hartland, WI) vs. Dave Leifer (Alpharetta, GA).

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