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Chess success secrets gives you the very same hardcore tips and
strategies used by Grand Masters to win tournaments for decades!
Just imagine what it'll be like when you put these techniques to use
and start to win more games than ever before, with less effort than
ever before! You'll be able to take on just about anyone...and win
hands down!
Who will you "test" your new found chess techniques on first? A
friend, perhaps a family member?
Maybe you'll head over to your local chess club and challenge one of
the "experts" to a game...and check mate him in 10 or 12 moves.
Imagine the look of disbelief on his face after being beat so easily by
YOU!
Can you picture it? I certainly can! In fact, these strategies have
been used for years to...
"CRUSH The Egos Of Even The Most Experienced Chess Players Lightning
Fast!"
http://chessmv.blogspot.com/#

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Chess success secrets gives you the very same hardcore tips and
strategies used by Grand Masters to win tournaments for decades!
Just imagine what it'll be like when you put these techniques to use
and start to win more games than ever before, with less effort than
ever before! You'll be able to take on just about anyone...and win
hands down!
Who will you "test" your new found chess techniques on first? A
friend, perhaps a family member?
Maybe you'll head over to your local chess club and challenge one of
the "experts" to a game...and check mate him in 10 or 12 moves.
Imagine the look of disbelief on his face after being beat so easily by
YOU!
Can you picture it? I certainly can! In fact, these strategies have
been used for years to...
"CRUSH The Egos Of Even The Most Experienced Chess Players Lightning
Fast!"
http://chessmv.blogspot.com/#


Believe this and then believe anything.



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http://chessmv.blogspot.com/ '


As an independent reader, I will attest to the excellence of the
material in the blog the poster references.

Read here how to train yourself in a reasonable manner in chess:http://chess-training.blogspot.com

Don't let some shill sell you the Brooklyn Bridge.


Or a poorly made PDF of a 1955 Fred Reinfeld book, which is what this
thief is offering for $30 or so.

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i agree, almost verbatim. Freds still King.



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Default Jealously Guarded Secrets Used by Grand Masters to Win Nearly Every Game

Do not let that bully kick sand in you face again. Drink "HomoNoMo"
and become a man and thrash that bully.

On 15 Dec 2006 05:44:49 -0800, "chipschap"
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http://chessmv.blogspot.com/ '


As an independent reader, I will attest to the excellence of the
material in the blog the poster references.

Read here how to train yourself in a reasonable manner in chess:http://chess-training.blogspot.com

Don't let some shill sell you the Brooklyn Bridge.


Or a poorly made PDF of a 1955 Fred Reinfeld book, which is what this
thief is offering for $30 or so.


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