December 5-8, 2003
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2003 Canadian SCRABBLE Championship Photos: Round 17
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The playing room with two camera operators at the far end.
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Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC), annotated by Sophia Ozorio, under the bright lights of CP24's camera.
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Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC) vs. Libero Paolella (Toronto ON) and CP24.
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Craig Gibson from CTV focusing on David Boys (Dorval QC) vs. Jim Nanavati (Burlington ON).
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Laura Desiato, Daniel West, and Ayemi Imazu.
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In our tight quarters, Kate Doe found a square foot to call her own.
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The internet table with Diane Brown, the data entry table with Gary Sagara, and the word judge table with Lisa Deift, Laura Desiato, Daniel West, and Ayami Imazu.
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Tony Leah (Ajax ON) vs. Evan Berofsky (Thornhill ON).
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Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC), annotated by Sophia Ozorio, vs. Libero Paolella (Toronto ON), annotated by Lilla Sinanan.
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David Boys (Dorval QC) bs. Jim Nanavati (Burlington ON).
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Wendy McGrath (Calgary AB) vs. Mike Ebanks (Calgary AB).
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Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC) vs. Libero Paolella (Toronto ON).
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George MacAulay (Saskatoon SK) vs. Craig Rowland (Mississauga ON).
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Evan Berofsky (Thornhill ON) vs. Tony Leah (Ajax ON).
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Players milling around out in the hall, waiting to be called in for round 18.
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