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2003 Canadian SCRABBLE Championship Photos: Round 15

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Photo 15-001

lunchtime at the Ontario Club.

Photo 15-002

Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC) being interviewed by Andrea Jo Wilson of the Toronto Sun. Yet another brush with big-time media for this rising star.

Photo 15-003

John Chew adjusting more curtains to control for errant sunlight.

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Another Toronto club visitor, Gene Rawlins. I was going to suggest he was American, but his hat gives me away.

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Ray Francis (Pickering ON) pulling out his PDA for a post-game check.

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At the next table, Robin Pollock Daniel (Toronto ON) deos the same with her PDA.

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Robin Pollock Daniel (Toronto ON) vs. Shaun Goatcher (Mississauga ON).

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Evan Berofsky (Thornhill ON) vs. George MacAulay (Saskatoon SK).

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Sinna Vijayakumar (North York ON) vs. Ian Bell (Waterloo ON).

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Hugh Currie (Toronto ON) vs. Stuart Levinsky (Thornhill ON).

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Maddalena Palazzo (Richmond Hill ON) (and her skirt!) visits Lisa Kessler (Toronto ON) during a post-game chat.

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Arthur Carvalho (Dollard-des-Ormeaux QC), Tim Anglin (Scarborough ON), Jeff Parsons (St. John's NF), and Shaun Goatcher (Mississauga ON) check out the wall charts.

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Trevor Sealy (Oshawa ON) vs. Michael Krepakevich (Mississauga ON).

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