PANGASINAN’S PRIDE—International Master Haridas Pascua of Mangatarem raises his trophy after winning the Open Division of the 4th Pangasinan Chess Championship sponsored by the provincial government. Leading the applause are Provincial Information Officer Butch Velasco and Provincial Sports Coordinator Modesto Operaña.

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