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NSC 2002 Photos Round 25
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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Jeremy Frank (New York, NY) vs. David Mallick (Andover, MA), division 1. See this round's commentary
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Data entry folks catching lunch betwen rounds.
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A dedicted camera operator on the floor recording division 1's board 1, Joel Sherman (Bronx, NY) annotated by Beth Lerman, and Nigel Richards (Malaysia) annotated by Eve Wengler.
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Carlynn Mayer (Sparks, NV) vs. Doug Brockmeier (Yorba Linda, CA), division 3's board 1. See this round's commentary
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Ruth Hamilton (Lake Oswego, OR) vs. Thomas M Hall (Carlisle, PA), division 3. See this round's commentary
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Gerald Carter (Thailand) looks over his board against Joey Mallick (Cape Elizabeth, ME) in division 1. Robin Pollock Daniel (Toronto ON) vs. Komol Panyasoponlert (Thailand) at the same table.
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Gerald Carter (Thailand) vs. Joey Mallick (Cape Elizabeth, ME), division 1. See this round's commentary
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Joel Sherman (Bronx, NY) vs. Nigel Richards (Malaysia), division 1, board 1. See this round's commentary
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Marlon Hill (Baltimore, MD) vs. Paul Epstein (Ann Arbor, MI), division 1. See this round's commentary
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Marlon Hill (Baltimore, MD) and Nigel Richards (Malaysia), division 1.
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Jakkrit Klaphajone (Thailand) vs. Ira Cohen (Los Angeles, CA), division 1.
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