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2011 CHESSMAGNETSCHOOL.COM JUNIOR GRAND PRIX TOP OVERALL STANDINGS Name


KORBA, NICKY


MIZUSHIMA, DEREK SHUBEN, MATTHEW KOENIG, JAKE


KUMAR, ARAVIND ROACH, ANDREW YAN, KEVIN QAZI, RAFEH


YEN, MICHAEL J LIANG, ADREAM


SETIADIKURNIA, SLOAN MCVAY, KIERNAN ZACK, DANIEL


MOORTHY, SRINIVAS RAMANUJA BUDEJEN-JEREZ, ALEJANDRO JAHANSHAHI, BARDIA TAFALLA, GABRIEL WINTER, CURTIS A REDDISH, DYLAN VIJAY, SAMEER


State CA-S


MD


CA-S MD NJ UT NY IL


NJ WI


WA NJ NJ


MD PA PA


WA MD NY


CA-N


Pts. 6900


5901 5260 5159 5114 5114 4828 4765 4707 4689 4410 4371 4276 4223 4208 4166 4120 4096 4092 4040


Name


NGUYEN, PHILIP XIANG, JOHN


KADAVERU, AJIT ORDONEZ, ED


CLAY, DORIAN HAMILTON SCHNEIDER, THOMAS G KAUFMANN, JONATHAN VISWANADHA, KESAV ROY, MYRIAM


CHEN, BRANDON


UNMANN, EVAN MICHAEL GUSEV, NIKITA ZHU, HONG RUI PETERSON, MICK


REEDER, CHARLIE PARKER SCHEIN, AARON O SPIEGEL, EVAN QI, HENRY


CUNNINGHAM, PATRICK ZEELANDER, ZACHARY JACOB


State PA


OH VA


MD WA WI NJ


CA-N


WA PA


NY


CA-S NY NY IL


NY WI PA


Pts. 4032


3971 3970 3940 3938 3933 3932 3931 3907 3882 3852 3850 3850 3759 3706 3702 3630 3622 3619 3609


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In future support of the work of the U.S. Chess Trust, I want to provide for future generations and to ensure the continuity of services by the U.S. Chess Trust.


Therefore,


 I have made provision  I will make provision to support the U.S. Chess Trust by:


 making a bequest or endowment provision in my Will


 creating a charitable remainder or lead trust naming the U.S. Chess Trust as a beneficiary.


 establishing an endowment or special fund at the U.S. Chess Trust.


 directing the trustees or directors of my foundation to continue beyond my lifetime making an annual gift to the U.S. Chess Trust.


 Making an outright gift to the U.S. Chess Trust during my lifetime in the sum of $_____________.


This Letter of Intent represents my commitment to the work of the U.S. Chess Trust. It does not represent a legal obligation and may be changed by me at any time.


Whatever the amount of your gift, when you leave a legacy for the future of the U.S. Chess Trust, you are an important part of the Promise for Tomorrow.


Please send with your name, address, phone, and email contact information and email Barbara DeMaro at bduscf@aol.com (845-527-1167)


*Please note that there is a required amount in order to be listed as a Future Legacy Donor. Write or send an email to Barbara DeMaro, bduscf@aol.com for this amount. Donations to the U.S. Chess Trust are tax-deductible. A 501(c)(3) organization. BD:08/03


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