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NYC Mentors Attended the 19th Annual Chess-in-the-Park Rapid Open

September 26, 2019

NYC Mentors Attended the 19th Annual Chess-in-the-Park Rapid Open. 

Event recap: https://chessintheschools.org/19th-annual-chess-in-the-park-rapid-open-draws-775-players/


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