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Hart Middle School student Timothy Joyner, 11, right, reacts as he struggles to play Phiona Mutesi, 15, a national chess champion from Uganda, left, as Mutesi visits with District elementary and middle school students in the after school group Chess Challenge in D.C. at Hart Middle School in Southeast, Washington, D.C., Tuesday, November 27, 2012. Chess Challenge in D.C. is a non-profit that teaches the game of chess as well as life skills to students in 24 schools in the District. Mutesi, who is now a international chess player who is also on a book tour, was discovered by Sports Outreach Institute, an evangelical organization that feeds, educates and teaches sports. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
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