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CCN, Issue #94, Is Released



 
 
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Old July 12th 03, 06:26 AM
John C. Knudsen
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Default CCN, Issue #94, Is Released

Issue #94 of Correspondence Chess News (CCN) has been released.

In this issue:

News By Grayling V. Hill

Figure Lost in a Landscape
By Neil Brennen
(Neil reviews The Chess Biography of Marcel Duchamp By Vlastimil
Fiala)

One More of Capablanca´s Losses
By Olimpiu Urcan

The Morra Gambit: Chapter 7 - Miscellaneous Variations
By Michael Jensen

Show me the money? It's in the chess servers (Part II)
By Junior Tay

16 Games/fragments from this Issue In PGN Format (14 Games/fragments
Annotated new/old Chessbase/PGN file to CCN-Plus subscribers)

CCN has its own website:

http://ccn.correspondencechess.com

where you can view the full PDF version, download the PDF version
for off-line viewing/printing (also includes the PGN file) or download
the
PGN file separately.

You have to have Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4.0 or higher is
recommended) for the
expanded version of CCN. PDF is the portable document standard on the
internet - you probably already have this installed on your
PC, but here is a link to obtain the freeware reader:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html
if you don't have it.

You can find out more about the benefits of a CCN-Plus subscription at
the
following URL:

http://ccn.correspondencechess.com/ccnplus.htm

CCN is always looking for quality material for the magazine - send an
email to me for more information.

CCN has thousands of readers, world-wide.

Enjoy, and please spread the word!

John C. Knudsen
'Ye old Publisher

John C. Knudsen
Editor/Publisher, Correspondence Chess News
http://ccn.correspondencechess.com
Author, Chess Without Borders
The Life and Games of ICCF IM Sture Nyman
ISBN: 0-595-27021-2
http://www.correspondencechess.com/knudsen/noborder.htm
Available on-line at Amazon, Borders,
Barnes and Noble, BOOKSAMILLION and iUniverse

 




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