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Chess Notes

The Chess Hall of Fame is saved

By Harold Dondis and Patrick Wolff
June 14, 2010

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The US Chess Hall of Fame had its origins in a dank basement of the US Chess Federation in New Windsor, N.Y. It had a few artifacts, a few appointees to the Hall, but almost no visitors. The US Chess Trust, of which Harold Dondis is a trustee, purchased it in the hope of receiving charitable support for the Hall, ... (Full article: 573 words)

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