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NSC 2002 Photos Round 08
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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Ann Ferguson (Mountlake Terrace, WA) vs. Gregg Foster (Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA), division 2. See this round's commentary
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Linda Oliva (Woodbine, MD) vs. Nicholas Fall (Thunder Bay ON), division 5. See this round's commentary
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Evan Berofsky (Thornhill ON) vs. Mark Fidler (Waltham, MA), division 1. See this round's commentary
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Brenda Megannety (Toronto ON) vs. Jim Miller (San Diego, CA), division 2. See this round's commentary
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Waheed Thompson (New Orleans, LA) vs. Roger Cullman (Toronto ON), division 5. See this round's commentary
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In this round, two players with disabilities faced off in division 6. Cecile Betts (Laguna Woods, CA), who is legally blind, played John DeLuca (Albuquerque, NM), who is deaf. Christina, who uses a bright light to illuminate the board, is allotted five more minutes on her game clock (sanctioned by the NSA) and John requests that his players stop the clock after each of his turns and help him with the scorekeeping duties. It was a bit rocky at the outset because he didn't understand the 30-minute time allowance, but once it was all explained, the two of them played the game without incident. In the photo, Division 6 Leader, Wendell Smith, is assisting them with endgame paperwork.
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