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NSC 2002 Photos Round 19

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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Photo 19-001

Tables 1-3, games 1-6 in division 1. In the foreground Matt Graham (New York, NY) plays Peter Armstrong (Milwaukee, WI) at board 6.

Photo 19-002

John D Williams watches over division 1's board 1. Beth Lerman annotating Joel Sherman (Bronx, NY) and Eve Wengler annotating David Weisberg (Hollywood, FL). Ira Cohen (Los Angeles, CA) is also visible at board 2.

Photo 19-003

Jonn Dalton (The Colony, TX) vs. [error: no such id: BenLoiterstein], division 2. See this round's commentary

Photo 19-004

Stefan Fatsis (Brooklyn, NY) vs. Tom Singleton (Laguna Hills, CA), division 2. See this round's commentary

Photo 19-005

Marcia McPhee (Centreville, VA) vs. Vivian Minden (Dundas ON), division 3. See this round's commentary

Photo 19-006

Dave Zimmerman (Baton Rouge, LA) vs. Julie Chase (Woodland Hills, CA), divison 4. See this round's commentary

Photo 19-007

David Andrien, showing great posture as he word judges.

Photo 19-008

Hardworking interns: Sirece Boldin, Anne Koza, and Hannah Lyons at the slip collection table.

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