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Old July 2nd 03, 10:49 PM
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Default Open Chess Tournament Los Angeles

Chess Players Rule!
You make excellent executive decisions, relish complexity, and foresee
what is most crucial and relevant.
We, the devoted, daring, and driven members of the Exposition Park
Chess Club consider you a kindred spirit. We warmly invite your
participation in our chess club.
This coming first Saturday of the month, July 5th, will be the
occasion of a free, unrated, three-round tournament. Cash prizes will
*NOT* be awarded, but the names of the winners will be published in
the chess column of the _Los Angeles Times_ newspaper, posted
transnationally in this newsgroup, as well as celebrated worldwide in
our club's Web site [http://chess.expoparkla.com/]. In fact, you can
most easily register for the tournament (at least 48 hours in
advance!) at our Web site; Go to the link "online signup".
Players of all skill levels, from beginner to Master, are invited to
compete in this tournament. It will begin promptly at 2:30 PM and end
at 5:30 PM at the Jefferson Branch
Library[http://www.lapl.org/branches/17.html], west of the University
of Southern California[http://www.lapl.org/branches/maps/17-m.html],
and south of the West Adams district.
The Library's address is:

Jefferson Branch Library
2211 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90018
Tel: 1 323 734 8573
Fax: 1 323 737 2885

The Library, with its lot parking, and even more street parking, will
be open for in-person tournament registration on Saturday at 2:00 PM.
Competitors should arrive early to register so that no delays occur.
By being a player in this tournament you will explore your own
willpower, act decisively, aspire to greatness, befriend the gifted,
teach meditation to the world's diplomats - well, maybe not the
meditation-diplomats thing.
Let nothing deter you! Come to this Saturday's tournament for a most
challenging and enjoyable time of chess playing!
Garry Kasparov for President in 2004!
Due to the large number of players who have participated in our former
tournaments, it is strongly advised that to be certain of being able
to play in this tournament, you should BRING YOUR OWN CHESS SET,
BOARD, AND CLOCK!
P.S.: The leadership and webmaster of the club are very much
interested in having an official photographer for the club's
tournaments. If you have a camera that takes good-quality photos, and
also have access to a computer that can send such images by e-mail,
please contact either the club's President or Membership Secretary. We
can promise you worldwide fame in our Web site's Tournament Results
section.
 




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