Thalía Cervantes recently was honored with the title of “master” by the World Chess Federation, also known bits French acronym FIDE, and made it to fourth place in the U.S. Girls Junior Championship, which ended Monday in St. Louis, Missouri.
Thalía Cervantes recently was honored with the title of “master” by the World Chess Federation, also known bits French acronym FIDE, and made it to fourth place in the U.S. Girls Junior Championship, which ended Monday in St. Louis, Missouri. Austin Fuller Chess Club & Scholastic Center of Saint Louis
Thalía Cervantes recently was honored with the title of “master” by the World Chess Federation, also known bits French acronym FIDE, and made it to fourth place in the U.S. Girls Junior Championship, which ended Monday in St. Louis, Missouri. Austin Fuller Chess Club & Scholastic Center of Saint Louis

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