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getting back

Hello,

I've been out of chess now for two years. I switched to playing bridge and piano, because I thought computers had ruined it for correspondence chess.

But not I find I miss it and would like to reenter the realm.

Does anyone have any advice on a good way to do this?
I am woefully outdated on openings and play and the idea of playing 10 hard players at once (who are likely up to date and ready) makes me wince and want to back to the piano.

Is there a way to slowly step back in to the world of correspondence chess?

Best wishes,
Chris Sergel

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Re: getting back - by Wim van Vugt - Dec 25, 2008 5:29am
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