Kingpin reader Eddie Onslow quizzes the tournament director.
Eddie: You are often regarded as a real know-all.
Stewart: I know.
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Kingpin is not a chess magazine in the normal sense of the word
Aside from being funny, Kingpin is often pretty controversial too, with many an allegation or insinuation strewn amongst its pages
Its rather coarse satirical manner may not appeal to everyone – just the majority of us who enjoy sharp games and low humour
the gutter press of chess
Both serious and funny, I recommend it to anyone who wants to smile as he reads
In the chess satire stakes @KingpinEd are masters of the art form … a veritable feast: irony, sarcasm, hyperbole
leaves my game shiny, manageable, natural looking
Britain’s most entertaining chess magazine
sharper than a bone-saw!
Please, do people really believe what they read in Kingpin? I am amazed! It’s like taking a satirical show and mistaking it for the news
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