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Chess on the Net (Everyman Chess)by Mark Crowther
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Chess on the Net reviews the hottest chess sites and offers advice on where to play on the web and how to use the web to improve your practical play. Whether it's playing against humans, playing against computers, learning from Grandmasters or simply finding out the latest chess results and gossip, chess on the internet has become a massive business over the past few years. In this revolutionary book, distinguished chess webmaster Mark Crowther explains to the reader how to get the maximum out of the web. Crowther casts his expert eye over the every-increasing number of chess sites available to the surfer. (6 X 9, 128 pages, computer screen reproductions, illustrations, charts)
A chess book on the developments of chess on the net, aimed at a general audience, from beginners to strong players.
About the Author
Mark Crowther shot to fame in the chess world with his groundbreaking online chess magazine The Week in Chess (TWIC), which began as early as 1993 and is still one of the most popular chess news sites on the web. The experience and expertise he has gained from being editor of TWIC makes him an ideal choice as the author of this book, his first for Everyman.
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