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Yesterday, I learned that I was to receive a few new samples from Mosaiq (the brand owners of Lemon Hart Rum). These samples will represent new extensions of the Lemon Hart line-up. Many of you know that Lemon Hart has introduced a spice...
Yesterday, I learned that I was to receive a few new samples from Mosaiq (the brand owners of Lemon Hart Rum). These samples will represent new extensions of the Lemon Hart line-up. Many of you know that Lemon Hart has introduced a spiced rum, Lemon Hart Spiced, (one which I had a small role in helping to develop); however, I suspect that not many persons know of the new Lemon Hart Original One Hundred, British Proof Reserve which is soon to land in the North American travel (duty free) market. As a warm-up to my reviews of the new Lemon Hart Rums, I thought it would be a nice idea to republish my review for the iconic Lemon Hart 151, which I reviewed two years ago. I have not changed anything except to add a brief history of the brand at the beginning of the review. You may read the fully revised review by clicking on the following excerpt: Review: Lemon Hart Demerara 151 Rum “… The rum is bottled at 75.5 % alcohol by volume, and the evaporating alcohol gives everything a big push into the air causing this astringency. I can smell molasses and rummy burnt caramel which seems to come in waves at me. Dark dried fruits like prunes and raisins rise up as well in a bouquet that despite the astringency is very complex and enticing. Baking spices build quickly, and smells of rich brown sugars enter the fray as well as the sweet aroma of canned fruit (peaches and apricots) …” At the conclusion of the review are two nice recipes, the Guyana Zombie, (credit to Tiare’s great website, A Mountain Of Crushed Ice) and my recipe, Hart Breaker. Please enjoy the review! (Of course my reviews for the new Lemon Hart Spiced and Lemon Hart Original One Hundred, British Proof Reserve will be forthcoming in the next several weeks.) Tagged: Cocktails, Hart Breaker, Lemon Hart, Lemon hart 151, Mosaiq, Overproof Rum, Rum, Rum Review, Zombie
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Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Garland Power & Light among first to utilize new under-glass remote disconnect/reconnect and AMI features RALEIGH, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–October 8, 2013– Tan...
Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Garland Power & Light among first to utilize new under-glass remote disconnect/reconnect and AMI features RALEIGH, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–October 8, 2013– Tantalus, a leading provider of smart grid communications, today announced the commercial availability of the factory-integrated, TUNet-compatible Itron CENTRON II meter, equipped with Tantalus communication modules. The meter joins the full suite of Tantalus and Itron compatible products for residential and commercial applications for the municipal and cooperative public power market. The high-performance meter will allow utilities to immediately utilize real-time interval meter reading, outage/restoral notification, voltage data, tamper detection and remote disconnect/reconnect functionality for residential electric customers. In addition, the new communications module is capable of receiving TUNup™ over-the-air firmware upgrades. This operational cost-saving feature will be utilized to implement reading support functionality for Itron electric, water, and gas ERT modules, providing a seamless integration between TUNet endpoints, servers, and existing billing systems. This innovation allows electric utilities to preserve their existing investments in handheld and drive by AMR infrastructure. Garland Power & Light is one of the first utilities to deploy the new CENTRON II meter and to utilize its newly enhanced feature set. “We’ve determined that the reliability and range of features offered by the combination of CENTRON II meters with TUNet is the best fit to support our AMI pilot project, said Jonas Whitehead, Distribution Manager at Garland Power & Light. “For this pilot, our billing operations require rapid and reliable meter data collection for both remote reconnects/disconnects and billing inquiries.” The robust, bi-directional metering capabilities of the CENTRON II will enable utilities to support advanced programs such as distributed and co-generation applications and dynamic pricing schedules. The remote service disconnect-reconnect switch includes a load sensing feature with full two-way communication, resulting in fewer trips to the field and reduced operational expense. Newly enhanced remote firmware upgrade capabilities will also reduce truck rolls and manual processes while improving system reliability and responsiveness. “The delivery of the Itron-Tantalus CENTRON II meter represents a significant milestone in the joint partnership,” said Tammy Zucco, Tantalus Chief Marketing Officer. “The tremendous level of market demand that we’ve already seen for this product is another clear indicator of the validity of the partnership and of our collaborative offering for public power.” “With our new joint offering, Itron and Tantalus are delivering true value to the municipal and cooperative public power markets,” said Lou Gust, Itron’s vice president of Sales and Marketing electricity in North America. “Together, we are supporting the needs of utilities, like Garland Power & Light, with flexible, scalable and economically justifiable solutions.” In 2011, Itron and Tantalus partnered to offer a joint migration path to two-way AMI for municipal and cooperative utilities in North and Central America and the Caribbean. The companies recently announced their first joint win in Alabama at fiber-enabled Opelika Power Services. OPS joined the rapidly growing domestic and international Itron-Tantalus customer base which includes utilities like Appalachian Electric Cooperative (AEC), Piedmont Municipal Power Agency (PMPA) and Guyana Power & Light (GPL). The joint solution is designed to utilize existing infrastructure where possible to extend the value of those investments and to enable utilities to dynamically view and manage grid performance, proactively diagnose and resolve problems lik
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West Indies Under-19s secured a six-wicket victory over Bangladesh Under-19s in the first ODI in Guyana to lead the seven-match series 1-0
West Indies Under-19s secured a six-wicket victory over Bangladesh Under-19s in the first ODI in Guyana to lead the seven-match series 1-0
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2013 SPICE Cup Open Sponsored by Webster University and the Susan Polgar Foundation St. Louis, MissouriOctober 15-19, 2013 GM/IM/WGM/WIM norm opportunity - Minimum rating (FIDE) 2100 Limited to first 50 entries 4 IM/GM norms were ear...
2013 SPICE Cup Open Sponsored by Webster University and the Susan Polgar Foundation St. Louis, MissouriOctober 15-19, 2013 GM/IM/WGM/WIM norm opportunity - Minimum rating (FIDE) 2100 Limited to first 50 entries 4 IM/GM norms were earned last year: http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com PRIZES: $11,000 guaranteed $4,000-$2,000-$1,500-$1,000-$500U/2400 FIDE $500-$250-$125U/2300 FIDE $500-$250-$125top female $250 October 2013 rating will be used 9 SS - G/90 with 30 sec increment from move 1Limited FREE hotel accommodation (double occupancy) at the Crown Plaza available to foreign GMs. ENTRY FEES: Free to all GMs, IMs, WGMs and all FIDE rated players over 2300 (must complete all 9 rounds), if registered by September 30, 2013. $50 later or on site. $100 to others if received by September 30, 2013. $150 later or on site. VENUE: Crown Plaza Clayton Hotel 7750 Carondelet Ave, St Louis, MO 63105 (FREE shuttle from the Lambert–St. Louis International Airport) $109/night, FREE Breakfast/InternetFor reservations guests can call directly to 314-726-5400 or 1-800-439-5719 Group Name is SPICE Cup or on line at www.cpclayton.com Group Code is WQZ Send entries to Webster University - SPICE 470 E. Lockwood Ave St. Louis, MO 63119 Questions or registration for titled players: Email: spice@webster.edu or call 314-246-8075 Schedule Tuesday, October 15 5:00 pm - Round 1 Wednesday, October 16 10:00 am - Round 2 5:00 pm - Round 3 Thursday, October 17 10:00 am - Round 4 5:00 pm - Round 5 Friday, October 18 10:00 am - Round 6 5:00 pm - Round 7 Saturday, October 19 10:00 am - Round 8 5:00 pm - Round 9 All Rounds played at the Crown Plaza Clayton Hotel Adamson Robby USA FM Agrest Inna Sweden WIM Altan-Ulzii Enkhtuul Mongolia WIM Banawa Joel USA FM Banawa Jake Phillipines FM Boros Denes Hungary GM Bykhovsky Anatoly Israel GM Castellanos Renier Spain IM Chandra Akshat USA FM Chiang Sarah USA WFM Chiang Jonathan USA FMColas Joshua USA FM Córdova Emilio Peru GM Corrales Fidel Cuba GM Diamant Andre Brazil GM Eckert Doug USA FM Finegold, Ben USA GMFinegold, Spencer USA Fredericks Jason Guyana Gonzalez Yuri Cuba GM Gurevich Daniel USA Hendrickson Nolan USA Heredia Carla Ecuador WIM Ipatov Alexander Turkey GM Jung Hans Canada FM Kannappan Priyadharshan India IM Kavustkiy Kostya USA FM Kiewra Keaton USA IM Le Liem Vietnam GM Lenderman Alexander USA GM Leon Hoyos Manuel Mexico GM Li Ruifeng USA CM Liang Awonder USA FM Meier Georg Germany GM Molner Mackenzie USA GM Neimer Vitaly Israel IM Nieto Manuel Valerio Waldo Colombia Nieto Guillermo Luigui Ubaldo Colombia Nieto Manuel Guillermo Colombia Panjwani Raja Canada IM Pereyra Diana Mexico WIM Rakhmanov Aleksandr Russia GM Reis Renan Brasil FM Robson Ray USA GM Rodriguez Eric USA FM Ruiz Joshua Colombia IMSevian Samuel USA IM Shabalov Alexander USA GM Sharevich Anna BLR WGM Tang Andrew USA Troff Kayden USA IM Velotti Luke USA FM Vigoa Yanira Cuba WGM Voelker James USA Xiong Jeffrey USA FM Yermolinski Alexander USA GM Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar
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2013 SPICE Cup Open Sponsored by Webster University and the Susan Polgar Foundation St. Louis, MissouriOctober 15-19, 2013 GM/IM/WGM/WIM norm opportunity - Minimum rating (FIDE) 2100 Limited to first 50 entries 4 IM/GM norms were ear...
2013 SPICE Cup Open Sponsored by Webster University and the Susan Polgar Foundation St. Louis, MissouriOctober 15-19, 2013 GM/IM/WGM/WIM norm opportunity - Minimum rating (FIDE) 2100 Limited to first 50 entries 4 IM/GM norms were earned last year: http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com PRIZES: $11,000 guaranteed $4,000-$2,000-$1,500-$1,000-$500U/2400 FIDE $500-$250-$125U/2300 FIDE $500-$250-$125top female $250 October 2013 rating will be used 9 SS - G/90 with 30 sec increment from move 1Limited FREE hotel accommodation (double occupancy) at the Crown Plaza available to foreign GMs. ENTRY FEES: Free to all GMs, IMs, WGMs and all FIDE rated players over 2300 (must complete all 9 rounds), if registered by September 30, 2013. $50 later or on site. $100 to others if received by September 30, 2013. $150 later or on site. VENUE: Crown Plaza Clayton Hotel 7750 Carondelet Ave, St Louis, MO 63105 (FREE shuttle from the Lambert–St. Louis International Airport) $109/night, FREE Breakfast/InternetFor reservations guests can call directly to 314-726-5400 or 1-800-439-5719 Group Name is SPICE Cup or on line at www.cpclayton.com Group Code is WQZ Send entries to Webster University - SPICE 470 E. Lockwood Ave St. Louis, MO 63119 Questions or registration for titled players: Email: spice@webster.edu or call 314-246-8075 Schedule Tuesday, October 15 5:00 pm - Round 1 Wednesday, October 16 10:00 am - Round 2 5:00 pm - Round 3 Thursday, October 17 10:00 am - Round 4 5:00 pm - Round 5 Friday, October 18 10:00 am - Round 6 5:00 pm - Round 7 Saturday, October 19 10:00 am - Round 8 5:00 pm - Round 9 All Rounds played at the Crown Plaza Clayton Hotel Adamson Robby USA FM Agrest Inna Sweden WIM Altan-Ulzii Enkhtuul Mongolia WIM Banawa Joel USA FM Banawa Jake Phillipines FM Boros Denes Hungary GM Bykhovsky Anatoly Israel GM Castellanos Renier Spain IM Chandra Akshat USA FM Chiang Sarah USA WFM Chiang Jonathan USA FMColas Joshua USA FM Córdova Emilio Peru GM Corrales Fidel Cuba GM Diamant Andre Brazil GM Eckert Doug USA FM Finegold, Ben USA GMFinegold, Spencer USA Fredericks Jason Guyana Gonzalez Yuri Cuba GM Gurevich Daniel USA Hendrickson Nolan USA Heredia Carla Ecuador WIM Ipatov Alexander Turkey GM Jung Hans Canada FM Kannappan Priyadharshan India IM Kavustkiy Kostya USA FM Kiewra Keaton USA IM Le Liem Vietnam GM Lenderman Alexander USA GM Leon Hoyos Manuel Mexico GM Li Ruifeng USA CM Liang Awonder USA FM Meier Georg Germany GM Molner Mackenzie USA GM Neimer Vitaly Israel IM Nieto Manuel Valerio Waldo Colombia Nieto Guillermo Luigui Ubaldo Colombia Nieto Manuel Guillermo Colombia Panjwani Raja Canada IM Pereyra Diana Mexico WIM Rakhmanov Aleksandr Russia GM Reis Renan Brasil FM Robson Ray USA GM Rodriguez Eric USA FM Ruiz Joshua Colombia IMSevian Samuel USA IM Shabalov Alexander USA GM Sharevich Anna BLR WGM Tang Andrew USA Troff Kayden USA IM Velotti Luke USA FM Vigoa Yanira Cuba WGM Voelker James USA Xiong Jeffrey USA FM Yermolinski Alexander USA GM Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar
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The self-proclaimed Lion King of the rap game is poised to make his present felt. Here’s a rundown of ATL’s own Money Makin’ Nique. Respect the hustle. Standout: “Transitional” Also check out: “Fax Machine” Featu...
The self-proclaimed Lion King of the rap game is poised to make his present felt. Here’s a rundown of ATL’s own Money Makin’ Nique. Respect the hustle. Standout: “Transitional” Also check out: “Fax Machine” Featuring Curtis Williams of Two-9 And: “Love This Money” Featuring Forte Bowie & My Money Makin’ Bro Ceeno Name: Money Makin’ Nique. My mama call me Dominique. Age: 23! Hometown: I’m originally from Springfield, Massachusetts. Met up with manhood in West Atlanta though. I grew up listening to: The list is so long and wild. Actually, if you asked me about points in time or years, I could tell you exactly what I was listening to. Groove Theory. SWV. Gang Starr. The Neptunes. 96/97 was Wu-Tang and Bad Boy. My moms was playing the Waterbed Hev album heavy (no pun) in ’97. Then Peter Gunz & Lord Tariq came. 2000 I was on Talib & Hi-Tek’s Reflection Eternal album heavy. Then from like ’03 to ’06 I was on Styles P, Jada, Teedra Moses, Ti, Cam and The Diplomats, Ghostface, Curren$y, Dro. I could sit and name shit all night. Extremely wide range of music. Most people don’t know I: I’m West Indian. Guyanese. As in Guyana. Niggas hear the country and assume it’s in Africa. Geographically it’s in South America. We West Indian (we as in me and my bruvs) My style’s been compared to: Jay Electronica. I’ve heard Biggie a few times which scares the shit outta me. I can’t compare to Biggie. It’s nice that people are reminded of him listening to me though. My standout records and/or moments to date have been: A standout moment for me was when I dropped The Lion.King EP last year I feel like that’s my most successful project to date. I’m grateful that people heard the hunger and started taking me seriously. My goal in Hip-Hop is: To remain unique, charismatic, and I’m tryna innovate. My ability to do so will come w/ time and resources of course. I stay plottin’ you know? Tryna make some money too you know. Tryna live life. I’ma lifetime Achievement award type nigga for sure. I’m gonna be the next: I’ma be the next Lion King. That’s what I call myself. In the caste system of rap, I’m royalty. and honestly I’m just concerned with having longevity at this point. I want that respect from niggas. Money will come and go. I’m concerned about putting my brothers (my team) in a position where they can flourish. To check out more of my music go to: For those who aren’t familiar with me PLEASE go listen to The Lion.King EP on LiveMixtapes y’all. Then join those who are on SoundCloud to check out what I’ve been working on since then.. there’s a record for everybody on there! Also, follow me on Twitter (@moneymakinnique) and YouTube too and see my big face pop up! Follow XXL on Facebook
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Philly meets Atlanta indeed as ATL resident Money Makin’ Nique links with Philly bred DJ/Designer Gianni Lee and super DJ Don Cannon, and Hoodrich Buck for a project like any other. Guyana Gold, stands 14-tracks deep but packs a pu...
Philly meets Atlanta indeed as ATL resident Money Makin’ Nique links with Philly bred DJ/Designer Gianni Lee and super DJ Don Cannon, and Hoodrich Buck for a project like any other. Guyana Gold, stands 14-tracks deep but packs a punch so massive. The project features production by AraabMuzik, ForteBowie, CeeJ, Kebu, Count Justice and a few others, as Forte also picks up some work on the feature end along with OVOXO associate, Omari Shakir, Rome Fortune and Key!. Take a listen below and you’re sure to be amazed by what you hear. Money Makin Nique – Guyana Gold count="false">Follow @UptownToney
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(Dennis Andries, left, slams a jab toward Jeff Harding in their first bout; via) At the time this fight was made, nobody really knew that putting WBC light heavyweight titlist Dennis Andries in with Jeff Harding would be like aiming ...
(Dennis Andries, left, slams a jab toward Jeff Harding in their first bout; via) At the time this fight was made, nobody really knew that putting WBC light heavyweight titlist Dennis Andries in with Jeff Harding would be like aiming two high-powered jackhammers at each other. But the punches rarely stopped, and they carried punishment with them. Andries was to have squared up against Canadian hunk Donny Lalonde. About three weeks out from the June 24, 1989 date, Lalonde announced his retirement from boxing, saying that he couldn't even handle beating up sparring partners, much less opponents during a paid bout. The revelation, though strange, was right in line with Lalonde's eccentric mannerisms. It should be noted, however, that Lalonde went back to boxing in 1991. As Top Rank's Bob Arum remarked before the fight, Lalonde's oddball personality was a draw, though, and his pullout left a gap in the schedule that ABC needed to fill, and quickly. Unheralded Australian prospect Jeff Harding, who hadn't yet gone 12 rounds -- and hadn't beaten any ranked contenders -- was given the opportunity. Harding's trainer Johnny Lewis would later remark that it was a chance he felt they needed to take. But Andries, unimpressed and aggravated that Lalonde wouldn't be his opponent, said of Harding to George Kimball of the Boston Herald, "Never heard of him. I wanted Lalonde." Indeed most of the promotion centered on Lalonde, with Arum saying Donald Trump intended to sue the Canadian, but Harding did his best to market himself to the local gentry -- like by displaying a wallaby to children at the Cape May Zoo in New Jersey. As Harding would later say in an interview with Ray Wheatley of Fightnews, Arum had been looking for ways to incorporate Australian fighters into his promotions in order to piggyback off the popularity of "Crocodile Dundee," and the wallaby episode played into that. Though the bout was contested at the Atlantic City Convention Center, the "Wide World of Sports" billing shone through, with a U.K.-based fighter born in Guyana and trained in Detroit defending his WBC belt against a man aiming to be the first Australian light heavyweight champion. Adries' Kronk gauntlet with trainer Emanuel Steward was apparent in the opening rounds as he mechanically thwacked Harding with an unpleasant jab, after which would occasionally come a rusty, barbed hook. Meanwhile, Harding stayed content, if you could call it that, to jet out a jab of his own and concentrate on Andries' body, to unknown effect. But already in round 1, Harding's left eye was cut and swelled, and that was beside the fact that a breakneck pace had already been set. In round 3, the effect of Harding's body work became known, and Andries was jolted a few times, and the 4th round saw Harding wobbled by the incessant facial bomb runs. But Andries was being made to work hard for his points, and with each passing round, the legend of Harding's chin grew -- as must have Andries' discouragement. A small boost for Andries came in the form of a cuffing left hand that somehow put Harding down, kind of, in round 5, but the Australian rose to scrape back into the action. Steward seemed to sense a subtle momentum shift between rounds, imploring Andries to not let Harding get the upper hand, while most observers seemed to relish the bludgeonry and score minutes at a time for his fighter. Indeed, as Andries grew more stationary and trenches became occupied in the middle rounds, Harding worked in a counter left hook over Andries' right hand, and the body work only served to tie Dennis Andries to a stake in terms of mobility. Harding was bleeding from the mouth, though, and a catalyst was needed. In the 8th stanza, Harding got two: a combination halfway through rocked Andries, and out of nowhere, the Guyanese champion was arm-weary. Still bearing fangs, Andries continued to peg Harding with wil
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Check out, download and share this brand new single from Guyanese female rising star, Jackie Jaxx! https://soundcloud.com/jackiehanover/come-back FOLLOW ON TWITTER- @JackieHanover LIKE ON FACEBOOK- www.facebook.com/jackiehanovergy 576...
Check out, download and share this brand new single from Guyanese female rising star, Jackie Jaxx! https://soundcloud.com/jackiehanover/come-back FOLLOW ON TWITTER- @JackieHanover LIKE ON FACEBOOK- www.facebook.com/jackiehanovergy 576867_515135458513607_1847946817_n.jpg https://soundcloud.com/jackiehanover/come-back Attached Images 576867_515135458513607_1847946817_n.jpg (47.7 KB)
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2013 SPICE Cup Open Sponsored by Webster University and the Susan Polgar Foundation St. Louis, MissouriOctober 15-19, 2013 GM/IM/WGM/WIM norm opportunity - Minimum rating (FIDE) 2100 Limited to first 50 entries 4 IM/GM norms were ear...
2013 SPICE Cup Open Sponsored by Webster University and the Susan Polgar Foundation St. Louis, MissouriOctober 15-19, 2013 GM/IM/WGM/WIM norm opportunity - Minimum rating (FIDE) 2100 Limited to first 50 entries 4 IM/GM norms were earned last year: http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com PRIZES: $11,000 guaranteed $4,000-$2,000-$1,500-$1,000-$500U/2400 FIDE $500-$250-$125U/2300 FIDE $500-$250-$125top female $250 October 2013 rating will be used 9 SS - G/90 with 30 sec increment from move 1Limited FREE hotel accommodation (double occupancy) at the Crown Plaza available to foreign GMs. ENTRY FEES: Free to all GMs, IMs, WGMs and all FIDE rated players over 2300 (must complete all 9 rounds), if registered by September 30, 2013. $50 later or on site. $100 to others if received by September 30, 2013. $150 later or on site. VENUE: Crown Plaza Clayton Hotel 7750 Carondelet Ave, St Louis, MO 63105 (FREE shuttle from the Lambert–St. Louis International Airport) $109/night, FREE Breakfast/InternetFor reservations guests can call directly to 314-726-5400 or 1-800-439-5719 Group Name is SPICE Cup or on line at www.cpclayton.com Group Code is WQZ Send entries to Webster University - SPICE 470 E. Lockwood Ave St. Louis, MO 63119 Questions or registration for titled players: Email: spice@webster.edu or call 314-246-8075 Schedule Tuesday, October 15 5:00 pm - Round 1 Wednesday, October 16 10:00 am - Round 2 5:00 pm - Round 3 Thursday, October 17 10:00 am - Round 4 5:00 pm - Round 5 Friday, October 18 10:00 am - Round 6 5:00 pm - Round 7 Saturday, October 19 10:00 am - Round 8 5:00 pm - Round 9 All Rounds played at the Crown Plaza Clayton Hotel Adamson Robby USA FM Agrest Inna Sweden WIM Altan-Ulzii Enkhtuul Mongolia WIM Banawa Joel USA FM Banawa Jake Phillipines FM Boros Denes Hungary GM Bykhovsky Anatoly Israel GM Castellanos Renier Spain IM Chandra Akshat USA FM Chiang Sarah USA WFM Chiang Jonathan USA FM Córdova Emilio Peru GM Corrales Fidel Cuba GM Diamant Andre Brazil GM Eckert Doug USA FM Finegold, Ben USA GMFinegold, Spencer USA Fredericks Jason Guyana Gonzalez Yuri Cuba GM Gurevich Daniel USA Hendrickson Nolan USA Heredia Carla Ecuador WIM Ipatov Alexander Turkey GM Jung Hans Canada FM Kannappan Priyadharshan India IM Kavustkiy Kostya USA FM Kiewra Keaton USA IM Le Liem Vietnam GM Lenderman Alexander USA GM Leon Hoyos Manuel Mexico GM Li Ruifeng USA CM Liang Awonder USA FM Meier Georg Germany GM Molner Mackenzie USA GM Neimer Vitaly Israel IM Nieto Manuel Valerio Waldo Colombia Nieto Guillermo Luigui Ubaldo Colombia Nieto Manuel Guillermo Colombia Panjwani Raja Canada IM Pereyra Diana Mexico WIM Rakhmanov Aleksandr Russia GM Reis Renan Brasil FM Robson Ray USA GM Rodriguez Eric USA FM Ruiz Joshua Colombia IMSamuel Sevian USA IM Shabalov Alexander USA GM Sharevich Anna BLR WGM Tang Andrew USA Troff Kayden USA IM Velotti Luke USA FM Vigoa Yanira Cuba WGM Voelker James USA Xiong Jeffrey USA FM Yermolinski Alexander USA GM Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar
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