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2003 Canadian SCRABBLE Championship Photos: Round 18

Go to: Before the Tournament Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Round 8 Round 9 Round 10 Round 11 Round 12 Round 13 Round 14 Round 15 Round 16 Round 17 Round 18 Award Ceremony Final Round 1 Final Round 2 Final Round 3 Final Round 4

Photo 18-001

Ron Hoekstra (Kentwood, MI) and John Chew at the podium.

Photo 18-002

The best legs in the room: Maddalena Palazzo (Richmond Hill ON) and Albert Hahn (Calgary AB) mug for the camera before they settle into a game.

Photo 18-003

George MacAulay (Saskatoon SK) vs. Bernard Gotlieb (Cote St. Luc QC).

Photo 18-004

David Boys (Dorval QC) and Evan Berofsky (Thornhill ON) in post-game chat mode. Evan is holding up the back side of his scoresheet, which lists his racks in order.

Photo 18-005

Evan Berofsky (Thornhill ON) vs. David Boys (Dorval QC).

Photo 18-006

Kate Doe gives David Boys (Dorval QC) a fun congratulatory hug.

Photo 18-007

Dean Saldanha (Richmond BC) vs. Vince Castellano (Fairfax, VA).

Photo 18-008

Arriving just in time for the awards ceremony, Master Chew.

Photo 18-009

Endgame talk Kristen Chew, Jamie Chew, George MacAulay (Saskatoon SK), and Diane Brown, discuss plays on the just completed game between Tony Leah (Ajax ON) and Andrew Golding (Verdun QC).

Photo 18-010

Tony Leah (Ajax ON) vs. Andrew Golding (Verdun QC).

Photo 18-011

Zev Kaufman (Toronto ON) vs. Ray Francis (Pickering ON).

Photo 18-012

Robin Pollock Daniel (Toronto ON) exclaiming to Bernard Gotlieb (Cote St. Luc QC), "After losing five in a row, I won five in a row!"

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