John Peters (chess)

John Peters (chess)

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John Peters (born 1951) is an American International Master of chess. He is the chess columnist for the Los Angeles Times.

As of October 2005, his FIDE rating is 2440.

External links

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* [ The Chess Games of John A. Peters]

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