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TRENTON, New Jersey - Santise Robinson leaned back in his chair, arms crossed and chewing on a plastic spoon. Crowded around him were five other inmates at New Jersey State Prison in Trenton dressed in khaki uniforms, as security guards and prison officials watched and waited.
NEW DELHI - The world of chess has a new king, and it's a 22-year-old who is as much at home posing for fashion shoots as he is pushing pawns.
ST. LOUIS - Interstate travelers in search of food, fun or gas routinely turn to highway billboards to determine their next rest stop.
ATHENS, Georgia - School-aged children and their chess boards taking over a downtown Athens pizzeria isn't too typical a sight on a Friday night. But every third Friday, young chess masters meet at Little Italy to compete with rooks and pawns against one another, and often older community members.
NEW DELHI - One of the most highly anticipated chess events in decades began on Saturday with defending champion Viswanathan Anand holding Norwegian challenger Magnus Carlsen to a quick draw with the black pieces in the first game of their world championship match.