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Re: Re: Re: Correspondence chess history

"I suppose that another reason to keep this forum is that members still like to post here instead of other forums."

Hi Ron,

You are right: some prefer this one over the other version. And because these "some" were regular posters, it had been decided (against the 75% poll majority) to maintain this version as well. I hope you understand that we couldn't neglect the 75% vote and stop the new version in favour of the few ones preferring this theaded version.

In the mean time the new version has become much more active by daily postings and active discussions, where this place looks pale compared to that. On the other hand, the suggestion to get the ICCF webgames downloadable here would be welcomed by many, I dare to suppose.

Best wishes,

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