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Kingpin is often pretty controversial too, with many an allegation or insinuation strewn amongst its pages.
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
Both serious and funny, I recommend it to anyone who wants to smile as he reads
some of the most varied, sometimes most interesting, and certainly least inhibited chess writing available today
very, very entertaining
een mixture van absolute totale kolder en serieuze schaakinformatie
[its] satirical nature and penchant for sharp games makes it compulsive reading for the average club player
Kingpin is not a chess magazine in the normal sense of the word
The joy of chess is nowhere celebrated to such climactic excesses as in Kingpin
a new kind of whiteness I never thought possible with my old Chess Magazine – and without boiling
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