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Re: Najdorf e-book?!
Reply #4 - 02/28/05 at 05:56:19
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Thanks for info. I will check this French e-book.  Smiley
  
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Re: Najdorf e-book?!
Reply #3 - 02/25/05 at 20:24:28
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As far as I know, copyright infringement prohibits me from doing so. However, I believe that on the "Guest" section of chesspublishing.com you can preview one of French Defense e-books.
  
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Reply #2 - 02/25/05 at 07:25:55
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Just wondering if could email me one "sample" e-book (before I subscribe), eg. Najdorf.


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Re: Najdorf e-book?!
Reply #1 - 02/24/05 at 18:46:53
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The e-books that most people refer to on this site are available for Chesspublishing.com subscribers only.

If you are a subscriber, you can go to chesspublishing.com, click on the appropriate opening section (in this case "Open Sicilians"), and then on the right side of the page near the top you will see "PDF E-books" and "Playable E-books". The e-books are essentially an overview of the lines covered on chesspublishing so that rather than searching through every single game in the database, a subscriber can use the e-book to find the games dealing with the variation he/she is interested in.
  
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Najdorf e-book?!
02/23/05 at 08:54:46
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TK mentioned some Najdorf e-book..where I can get it..?  ???
  
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