In this Sept. 19, 2017, photo, Phiona Mutesi, center, plays chess with Walter Borbridge, left, during their first chess team meeting in Kirkland, Wash. Mutesi and Benjamin Mukumbya, standing in background, grew up together in Uganda and learned to play competitive chess in a local program that led them to international success.
In this Sept. 19, 2017, photo, Phiona Mutesi, center, plays chess with Walter Borbridge, left, during their first chess team meeting in Kirkland, Wash. Mutesi and Benjamin Mukumbya, standing in background, grew up together in Uganda and learned to play competitive chess in a local program that led them to international success. The Seattle Times via AP Bettina Hansen
In this Sept. 19, 2017, photo, Phiona Mutesi, center, plays chess with Walter Borbridge, left, during their first chess team meeting in Kirkland, Wash. Mutesi and Benjamin Mukumbya, standing in background, grew up together in Uganda and learned to play competitive chess in a local program that led them to international success. The Seattle Times via AP Bettina Hansen

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