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Blind Chess Copy July 2017

I can’t say I’m sold on astrology, so when I hear Taurus is rising, I think of a Red Bull commercial.  Numbers for the US Junior Open are rising.  Did you miss the early deadline last Friday?  Don’t have a

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Blind Chess Copy June 2017

Chess.  Is.  Good.  For.  You. What a way to start off the summer folks, coconut oil is now deemed bad, and was never healthy to begin with, does this apply to all things coconut?  What purpose will a can of

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Blind Chess Copy, May 2017

**The following content is void of links or attachments, due to ongoing attacks by the WannaCry virus.  However, any ongoing content of what I will continue to provide, and the various use of wordplay may make you…wanna cry** Minnesota took

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Blind Chess Copy, January 2017

Original date sent: January 20th, 2017 Today is a momentous day, one where we turn our attention away from Betsy DeVos. Please bear in mind this easily could have been a nostalgic campaign reference to the self-described “mamma grizzly” and

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Blind Chess Copy, September 2016

Original date sent: September 23, 2016 How do you solve a [chess] problem like Timur Gareyev? Chess is alive, with the sound of checkmate!  The Twin Cities Chess League starts tonight at Hamline University Bush Ballroom at 7pm.  For those curious

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Blind Chess Copy, July 2016

Original date sent:  July 25, 2016 My name is Jiten Patel, and I am a part of a community.  A strong and vibrant chess community.  It may be a simple game that brings enthusiasts together, but it is the bonds

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Blind Chess Copy, June 2016

Original date sent: June 22, 2016 We are into another month of the Scholastic “off season”, and yes, I do have another list of talking points for the summer this time around, since there is nothing to talk about: Lawrence

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