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Stuyvesant Graduate Loren Weiss: World Amateur Team Championships
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Stuyvesant Graduate Loren Weiss: World Amateur Team Championships

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  • 1.  Loren Weiss, a recent graduate of Stuyvesant High School, participated in the 2013 World Open Chess tournament held over Fourth of July weekend in Arlington, Virginia. He played in the U2000 section and won five out of nine games. The World Open attracts top players from around the world. The competition was especially tough this year, with 10 Grand Masters splitting first prize.
  • 2.  Weiss has a Junior Ranking in the 99.3 Percentile from the U.S. Chess Federation, where he has earned the title of Candidate Master. He played on the Stuyvesant chess team for four years, and now participates in the chess club at the University of Michigan.

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