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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #11 - 06/08/19 at 23:23:12
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I see we now have a June 2019 publishing date for this book...

Interesting to see if it happens or not ....?
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #10 - 09/05/18 at 17:30:49
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Publication dates are mostly just guesses.

I don't know anything about this Reti book in particular, but the usual reason a book is late is that the author is late finishing the manuscript. And editing often delays it again. It's hardly ever the publishers fault. Publishers really like things to be on time.
  

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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #9 - 09/05/18 at 10:51:02
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Konstriktor wrote on 09/04/18 at 12:45:12:
QualityChess Books does not have this problem...

Are you saying QC publications dont get delayed?
  

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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #8 - 09/04/18 at 19:35:43
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I pretty much add 6-12 months on the estimated publication date of any Quality opening book...works well 9 time out of 10.

On the plus side Quality are excellent at communicating with potential customers whereas Everyman just ignore any questions.
  
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Reply #7 - 09/04/18 at 12:45:12
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QualityChess Books does not have this problem...
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #6 - 09/04/18 at 09:40:22
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Unfortunately Everyman has a habit of delaying their publications...
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #5 - 09/04/18 at 07:45:36
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I also noticed the publishers delay (now March 2019), really disappointing.... being a Reti player I was looking forward to this publication.
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #4 - 09/04/18 at 00:15:17
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #3 - 09/04/18 at 00:04:07
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https://www.everymanchess.com/pdf/Publishing_Schedule.pdf

This was only link I found about their publishing dates. Where did you see delayed by seven months ¿
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #2 - 09/03/18 at 23:50:05
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The publishing date just got moved back by ...7 months.
  
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Re: The Reti Move by Move
Reply #1 - 07/02/18 at 08:42:45
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"Reti move my move" is not kind of an oxymoron?

Like "positional maneuvering for a 1200 elo player" or "mate with Q+K vs K for GMs" xD
  
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The Reti Move by Move
07/02/18 at 07:26:33
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Good to see another book on the Reti in the pipeline. I'm sure Chesspublishing contributor Sam Collins will do an excellent job so looking forward to seeing the content excert on the Everyman website in the near future!
  
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