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NSC 2002 Photos Round 24
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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Table 1 in division 5: Gina DuMez (Elgin, IL) vs. Scott McDougall (Williamsburg, VA) and Helen Pipi (Las Vegas, NV) vs. Waheed Thompson (New Orleans, LA).
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Table 1 in division 2: Sal Dijamco (Margate, FL) vs. Iffy Onyeonwu (Elgin, TX) and Jack Eichenbaum (Flushing, NY) vs. Steve Glass (Plano, TX).
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Sal Dijamco (Margate, FL) vs. Iffy Onyeonwu (Elgin, TX), division 2. See this round's commentary
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Creative tile placement in division 3. Are all 100 tiles here?
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Andre Ornish (La Mesa, CA), division 6, stops by to see how Jim Kramer (Roseville, MN) is doing in division 1. They talked about their better plays and about how some games just aren't winnable. You know, guy talk.
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Jack Eichenbaum (Flushing, NY) vs. Steve Glass (Plano, TX), division 2. See this round's commentary
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Adam Logan (Berkeley, CA) vs. Patricia Barrett (Houston, TX), division 1. See this round's commentary
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Media attention in division 1's cage. Marlon Hill (Baltimore, MD) and Joel Sherman (Bronx, NY) discuss their endgame. Annotators Eve Wengler and Beth Lerman scramble to catch up.
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Joel Sherman (Bronx, NY) vs. Marlon Hill (Baltimore, MD), division 1 board 1.
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