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Chess Life Magazine - March 1998 Issue

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The March 1998 Issue of Chess Life Magazine features FIDE World Champion Anatoly Karpov on the front cover. Inside there are reports on the Pan-Am Intercollegiate Championship, the Groningen tournament, the American Open(won by Goldin), the Four Queens Masters(won by Serper), the 1997 FIDE World Youth Championships, and the U.S. Championship Semi-Final games.

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