Tanuj's dad, Tarun, will write this blog in Tanuj's perspective. This blog shares Tanuj's experiences as he embarks in pursuit of passion for chess.
Estimado TanujTe aconsejo que actualices tu blog para que no se pierda las fotografias del panamericano de argentina 2009.Ingresa a "configuracion" y luego a "formato" y coloca 500 entradas.Si tienes dudas escribeme a email@example.comBLOG DE AJEDREZ CHILEve: http://www.cea-pq.blogspot.com/ o a http://www.ctf-chess.blogspot.com/ o ve http://www.mackarenagonzalez.blogspot.com/Saludos Raul Gonzalez
Congratulations Tanuj. I am so proud of you.
TRADUCCIONDear Tanuj I advise you that you upgrade your blog so that he/she doesn't get lost the pictures of the Pan-American one of Argentinean 2009. It enters to "configuration" and then to "format" and it places 500 entrances. If you have doubts you write me to firstname.lastname@example.org BLOG OF CHESS CHILI you go: http://www.cea-pq.blogspot.com / or to http://www.ctf-chess.blogspot.com / or you see http://www.mackarenagonzalez.blogspot.com / Greetings Raúl González
Congratulations Tanuj!We are so proud of you :o)Joyce Auntie, Seth and Lucky
Tanuj,Wonderful! You left Turkey with a silver & returned to the USA in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. Enjoy your time off.Alan
Congratulation Tanuj! you make us all soo proud!!
Hello Tanuj (and Tanuj's dad)I'm a student photographer located in San Francisco. I am doing a photo essay on youth chess.Would you be willing to participate? It would make for nice 'behind the scenes' images of your son and you. The purpose would be to honor and share the dedication and hard work you and your family put into chess.I couldn't find your email on your blog, but please contact me at jpdobrin "at" gmail "dot" comwww.jpdobrin.com is my photography website
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