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Watch this Awesome Video: “Capital Pool Checkers | Made in Shaw” by David Ross

capital-checkers
813 S Street, NW

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“Capital Pool Checkers has been in the Washington D.C. area for over 35 years. It is a place for people to gather, socialize, and of course play checkers. In recent years the small club has seen their membership decline. As gentrification seems ever encroaching, it is becoming harder to stay in their current location of the Shaw neighborhood. They are looking to draw a younger generation of people to join their club and play the game they love.

The checkers club adds a unique character to the neighborhood. With nicknames such as The Razor, The Z-Man, Pressure Man, Hard Rock, Special-K and many more; there is never a dull moment at Capital Pool Checkers.
Walk-ins are welcome.

Capital Pool Checkers Contact Information
The club is located at 813 S Street NW, Washington D.C.
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Brickyard Digital
Director | DP | Editor: David Ross
Producer: Marc Elraheb”

Capital Pool Checkers | Made in Shaw from David Ross on Vimeo.

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