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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uses impiety and parody to hew down the conventions of publishing, even including mock testimonials
an entertaining, irreverent chess magazine that takes you over to the lighter side with verve and panache
those who are unfamiliar with Kingpin are missing out on a real delight: there are many good chess magazines around, but in my opinion Kingpin is the best out there
very, very entertaining . . . some of the back issues of Kingpin were instant classics
Kingpin is not a chess magazine in the normal sense of the word
In Kingpin, nothing is sacred, and this makes Kingpin such a hit
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
If more people read this magazine then it would have a higher circulation
one of the very few chess publications that call a chess spade a chess spade
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