By Alex Dunne



Welcome to the first issue of ICCF Amici, an ezine dedicated to international correspondence chess, and especially correspondence chess played under the aegis of the International Correspondence Chess Federation.  I hope that this ezine can grow from its rather modest beginning to a more robust and informative force.  What is needed now more than anything else is contributors. If you have games, especially annotated games, or are a chess writer who would like to contribute articles of historical interest, I would certainly like to hear from you.

ICCF Amici would also like to establish some regular columns of interest to readers  If you have some concrete ideas, contact me at  alex.dunne@cqservices.com


What ICCF Amici would like to see are letters to the editor on all aspects of correspondence chess; annotated games, especially at the master level; ICCF tournament results; historical articles on correspondence chess; opening theory; articles that discuss the differences between email and postal chess; computers and correspondence chess, articles on how to use computers to improve correspondence chess; game collections for downloading; spotlights on ICCF personages, interviews and columns describing ICCF officials; spotlights on correspondence players; a column on the interpretation and implementation of the rules.


Together we can make a magazine.  Come join us.





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