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October 27, 2011
DFWANHH_Hilton_Anatole_home_147x147.jpgHave you made your reservations for the National K-12 Championships in Dallas from November 18-20? The prestigious event will crown 13 new National champions! The November 2nd deadline for reserving a room at the Dallas Anatole at the $120 chess rate is creeping upon us. Don't miss out on your chance to stay at the convenient & luxurious site hotel at a reduced rate.

Dr.
Alexey Root says of the site, "For me, the Hilton Anatole is a combination of an art gallery and a nature preserve. Artwork, from paintings to sculptures, is everywhere. Outside, see the Anatole's garden and fish pond. Just remember not to play like a "fish" in your rounds!"  

To take advantage of the  special room rate reserve at the Hilton K-12 National Championship link. Stay posted on full details of the event at uschess.org/tournaments/2011/k12/ and register at the USCF webstore.

Parents, adult spectators or teachers may be interested in the 2nd Koltanowski International Conference on Chess Education, November 18-19th. The event features a star-studded list of attendees including Dr. Frank Brady, author of Endgame and David MacEnulty, whose life story was made into the T.V. movie Knights of the South Bronx. Organizer WIM Alexey Root, said, " All participants get free books, refreshments, and UT Dallas Chess Program tote bags!"

Find full details on
 www.utdallas.edu/chess/kolty2  and look for Alexey's in-depth preview next week on CLO.

For full details on the K-12 and to stay posted on standings and pairings once the event begins, bookmark: http://uschess.org/tournaments/2011/k12/


 
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