Dear Kingpin, Your magazine sure is great (not as great as me – I’m the greatest), way better than all those other lying chess rags whose editors have banded together to make me out to be some kinda villain! Those guys are out…Read More
The Pawn recently had the misfortune to play in an (otherwise very pleasant) event in a continental city. They like to keep the exact time of the rounds a closely guarded secret at these events, so the Pawn took a rough stab at 9.30 as…Read More
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Both serious and funny, I recommend it to anyone who wants to smile as he reads
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