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The popularity of an ancient board game is captured in the number of new players.
“We have, as a group, seen our chess program almost double in size over last year,” said District Chess League Coordinator Dennis Minnis. “18 different schools from Bullitt County participated in the district Chess Championships this year.”
Minnis has a passion for chess because it involves thinking strategies.
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