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Re: what's the diffrent
Reply #2 - 04/02/07 at 00:05:03
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When you subscribe you get all the annotated games, the PDF eBooks (which are updated monthly), the playable eBooks and you can ask the GMs opening questions, it really is fantastic value! Smiley
  
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Re: what's the diffrent
Reply #1 - 03/22/07 at 18:42:38
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[quote author=Albert tan link=1174562885/0#0 date=1174562884]helo,
i am new in chess publishing :-[.may i know whats the advantage for a chess publishing member and a non-member?besides that can i know whats in chess publishing besides endgames,opening discussion and so on :).thank you for the time spended in this reply :).[/quote]

You get to read the updates and the online e-books.  The updates are the main thing, calling attention to interesting new stuff in whatever system, and supplying expert commentary.  It's sort of a NIC yearbook, if you like, but interractive and more up-to-date.  Also as a subscriber, you can sometimes influence the coverage.
  

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03/22/07 at 11:28:04
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helo,
i am new in chess publishing :-[.may i know whats the advantage for a chess publishing member and a non-member?besides that can i know whats in chess publishing besides endgames,opening discussion and so on :).thank you for the time spended in this reply :).
  

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