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Chess Life — March 2010
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Chess Life
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Director of Publications
Daniel Lucas
Chess Life Online Editor
Jennifer Shahade
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March on
World Amateurs
The 2010 FIDE World Amateur Chess Championships come to Skokie, Illinois from March
19-25. The event is open to players rated under 2000. In March, Skokie will also host the
Intercontinental School Team Championship, a masters event and a FIDE Arbiters seminar.
CLO coverage of the festivities will include photo albums by Betsy Dynako.
March Grand Prix Madness
Major Grand Prixs crowd the March chess calendar. Check CLO for the scoop on events such
as the Mid-America Open (March 19-21) in St. Louis, Missouri and the Western Class Champi-
onships (March 12-14) in Agoura Hills, California.
Masters Only
In case the masters are jealous of the World Amateurs, they have their very own event in
Hendersonville, North Carolina, the 2010 U.S. Masters, set for March 13-21.
Easter Chess Hunt
The end of March and the very beginning of April brings Easter chess action to Reno for
the Far West Open and to the city of brotherly love for the brand new Philadelphia Open
(which replaces the Foxwoods Open). Coverage of the Philadelphia Open will include U.S.
Chess Scoop videos.
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This Month’s Contributors
Dr. Alexey Root, WIM (“Looks at Books” p. 12) is the author of four books on chess in education, including her
latest People, Places, Checkmates: Teaching Social Studies with Chess (March 30, 2010, Westport, Connecticut:
Teacher Ideas Press).
IM John Donaldson (“Cover Story,” p. 18) is not only the frequent U.S. team captain, he has an extensive
chessjournalism resume, including 22 books he has penned.
FM Alex Dunne (“Correspondence Chess,” p. 38) is the USCF correspondence chess director.
GM Ian Rogers (“London 2009,” p. 30) is a frequent contributor to Chess Life .
Chess Life — March 2010
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