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Chess Life
Editorial Staff
Chess Life Editor &
Director of Publications Daniel Lucas
Chess Life Online Editor Jennifer Shahade
Chess Life for Kids Editor Glenn Petersen
Senior Art Director Frankie Butler
Editorial Assistant/Copy Editor Alan Kantor
Editorial Assistant Jennifer Pearson
Technical Editor Ron Burnett
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ext. 189
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& Director of National Events
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Cheryle Bruce
ext. 147
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ext. 128
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ext. 131
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A Promise For Tomorrow
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Chess Life — February 2010
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February on
Hilton in the big classroom
Our stars
in Gibraltar
Watch some of America’s
best players at the
Gibtelecom Chess
Festival (January
26-February 4).
American participants
include U.S. Women's
Champion Anna
Zatonskih (left), GM
Gata Kamsky, GM-elect
Alex Lenderman,
GM Vinay Bhat, IM
Irina Krush (right), IM
Sam Shankland.
Look for exclusive
coverage on CLO .
Jonathan Hilton ,
the co-author of
Wojo’s Weapons
(February 2010,
Mongoose) narrates
his chess adventures
during a study abroad
tour in Latin America,
from taking on a
local hustler in
Nicaragua to visiting
the site of the
canceled Carlos
Torre Memorial
in Mexico.
< Bermuda Open
Last year’s champ GM Pascal
Charbonneau will write about
the 2010 Bermuda Open,
scheduled for February 5-7.
You’ll wish you were there
when you read about it
and browse the photos!
Team Extravaganza >
On President’s weekend (February 13-15), look for news on four of the most exciting
tournaments on the American calendar . The Amateur Team South in Orlando, Florida;
The Amateur Team North in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; The Amateur Team West in
Woodland Hills, California; The Amateur Team East in Parsippany, New Jersey.
The Eastern edition will celebrate its ruby anniversary (40th year).
This Month’s Contributors
Pete Tamburro
(“Looks at Books,” p. 12) is a frequent contributor to Chess Life and Chess
Life for Kids and a past president of the Chess Journalists of America.
Dr. Alexey Root, WIM
(“College Chess,” p. 31) 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).
GM Ben Finegold
(“Cover Story,” p. 18) is America’s newest grandmaster.
GM John Fedorowicz
(“2009 World Youth,” p. 26) was just inducted into the U.S. Chess Hall
of Fame in 2009.
GM Ian Rogers
(“Instruction,” p. 40) is a frequent
contributor to Chess Life .
Chess Life — February 2010
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