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Default Velarde Declaration Opposing Polgar Motion

DECLARATION OF KRISTINA VELARDE IN SUPPORT OF COUNTER AND THIRD-PARTY
DEFENDANTS' BAUER, HALL, GOICHBERG, & BERRY'S REPLY IN SUPPORT OF MOTION
FOR LACK OF PERSONAL JURISDICTION

1, KRISTINA L. VEALRDE decla

The following is of my own personal knowledge, unless stated under
information and belief, and if called as a witness I would testify as
follows:

1. I am an attorney duly licensed to practice law in the State of
California. I am an attorney at the law offices of Cesari, Werner and
Moriarty, 360 Post Street, Fifth Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108; (415)
391-1113, counsel of record for counter-defendant and third-party
defendants Randall Hough, Bill Goichberg, Bill Hall, Randy Bauer, Jim
Berry, and Karl Kronenberger in the above referenced matter.

2. Attached hereto as Exhibit "A" is a true and correct copy of an
excerpt from the FIDE website, "5. General Rules for Participation in
FIDE Events", located at
http://www.fide.corn/fide/handbook?id=19&view=category

3. Attached hereto as Exhibit "B" is a true and correct copy of the
USCF'S Tournament History for Susan Polgar, located at
http://main.uschess.org/component/ option,com_wrapper/Itemid,181/



Exhibit A

05. General Rules for Participation in FIDE Events
Participation in FIDE Individual and Team Competitions Approved by the
2003 FIDE Congress.
1. Entries
Entries for participation in FIDE official individual and team
competitions shall be made by Federations as provided in 1.2.
1.2 Where a player has qualified from one FIDE individual competition
for another FIDE individual competiti is qualified for a FIDE individual
competition by virtue of a personal right (such as FIDE Rating), he c
may in the absence of an entry by a Federation enter himself or herself
directly into such competitio shall then be personally responsible for
the financial obligations to FIDE in respect of such entry.
2. Eligibility for participation in official FIDE competitions
2.1 For all official FIDE competitions on the world level the following
eligibility rules shall apply ti registration of players representing
Federations.
Other chess competitions organized at the continental level shall be
played accordin regulations as approved by the Continental Assembly or
by the Continental Preside' consultation with the Continental Board.
2.2 The players representing a Federation must be qualified by
citizenship or naturalization to represent Federation, save as otherwise
provided below.
2.3.1 A player who has resided for at least three years in a country of
which he or she is not a citizen the date on which FIDE shall have
received notification of change of Federation pursuant to 3.2 become a
registered player of a Federation after a thorough examination and
clearance of the by the FIDE President.
2.3.2 Provided that a player did not participate in a FIDE competition
including continental individuz team events 5 years prior to the date of
notification, the period of residence shall be reduced t year in his new
Federation before he can play for his Federation.
2.3.3 Players who are up to and under the age of 14 years prior to the
day of notification shall have period of residence reduced to one year
in his new Federation before he can play for this Federa

Exhibit B

12452240: SUSAN ZSUZSA POLGAR

General Rtg. Supp. Tnmt. Dir. :TOMtJ14\

There are a total of 30 events for this player since Jan. 1, 1991.
Events are now shown in rating sequence order.
Recently rated events that have not yet been rerated into chronological
order are indicated asterisk (**) and will be shown in the order in
which they were rated. The post-event ratings fr will generally change
when they are rerated. Events from prior to 2004 will also show in the orc
were originally rated.
For more information on the USCF's new rating programming, please read
the notes on the 1V
and in the USCF Forums regarding the new ratings system. Events that are
submitted lal chronological order will appear to have been rated out of
ending-date order until the next tim
recent events to place them into chronological order.
Results within crosstables are NOT in tiebreak order and and may not be
in the same order a
from an event.

End Date
Event ID Event Name
Section ID and Name Reg Rtg
Before / After l
2009-06-07
200906073411 2009 NATIONAL OPEN CHAMPIONSHI (NV) 2597 = 2598
5: OPEN
2006-08-12
200608129971 2006 US OPEN BLITZ (IL) 2627
1: OPEN
2006-06-26
200606261161 2006 NYC MAYOR'S CUP (NY) 2557 = 2597 2611
I: SECTION 1
2006-06-19
200606197931 2006 US GAME 10 CHAMPIONSHIP (NV) 261
1: GAME10
2005-10-05
200510053121 OCTOBER POLGAR CC BLITZ (NY) 2623
1: OPEN
2005-04-13
200504135021 POLGAR CHESS CENTER SUPER BLIT (NY) 2617
2: SECTION 2
2005-04-13
200504135021 POLGAR CHESS CENTER SUPER BLIT (NY) 2611
1: OPEN
2005-02-21
200502213881 US TEAM 2005 (NJ) 2574 = 2557
1: TEAM 2005
2005-02-02
200502027881 POLGAR CC SUPER BLITZ (NY) 2605
1: SECTION 1
2004-11-10
200411102920 NOVEMBER BLITZ (NY) 2615
1: OPEN
2004-08-04 OPEN (NY) 260S
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