CHESS Magazine Special Offer - One Year Subscription for FIRST TIME SUBSCRIBERS

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Subscription Location: UK - United Kingdom
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UK's most popular CHESS Magazine - established 1935!

The latest news and amazing games from all the top events - in the UK and abroad; How Good is Your Chess? - discover just how good you really are; Find the Winning Moves - spot the tactics played by the GMs; Never Mind the Grandmasters - putting the club player first; Home News - a round-up of all the latest weekend tournament results; New Books and Software; 60 Seconds with...; and much more.

Edited by IM Richard Palliser and Matt Read; Executive Editor: IM Malcolm Pein. Contributors include Grandmasters Michael Adams, Danny Gormally, Gawain Jones, Luke McShane, Matthew Sadler and Jon Speelman, as well as the regular team of GM Danny King, Sean Marsh, Carl Portman, John Saunders and Brian Stephenson.

PLEASE NOTE To qualify for the 1st-Time CHESS Magazine Subscription offer you must:

    • Have never had a subscription to CHESS Magazine in the past
  • Have never had a CHESS Magazine subscription in someone else's name delivered to the same address
  • Select the appropriate zone (UK - £30, EU - £45 Rest of World - £60).
  • *Every magazine subscription not only includes a printed copy delivered right to your door every month but also all the games from that issue emailed to you in both .pgn and .cbv formats - play through some of top games happening in the world right now all from the comfort of your computer.*

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Len Northfield
    Still Brilliant

    I’ve been reading the magazine on and off for decades, it’s still first class.

    Christopher Morley

    I am enjoying the magazine very much, but find so much has changed since I last used to take it at least 50 years ago. In those days it was both entertaining and educational, with features of interest on a regular basis. Those were happy days in which chess problems were in every newspaper of quality, creatinga context for committed "Chess" readers. I suppose the chess world has changed, and the focus seems now to be on competition, wherever. The appearance of the magazine is great, and it is a comfortable hold. But I do feel an indefinable something is missing... A heart?
    Christopher Morley

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