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  • Amateurs mind and my System

    When are these books coming out for Kindle? How do I find out?

    SKippy

  • #2
    Have you tried amazon.com yet?
    I float like a pawn island and sting like an ignored knight

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    • #3
      Yes only in print

      S

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      • #4
        Maybe find out the publishers address and email them to ask if they've plans to release a Kindle version?
        "They work at the pace of amnesia."--M. Bloch

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        • #5
          Good idea!

          S

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          • #6
            No need to write to Publisher. Go to My System (reprinted in 2000 era, and click on Tell Publisher you want the book in Kindle.
            http://www.amazon.com/System-Chess-C...ords=my+system
            Most likely there may be no market for the book to be in Kindle format. But who knows?
            Amateur's Mind. Same deal.
            http://www.amazon.com/Amateurs-Mind-...=Amateurs+Mind

            See bottom right.

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            • #7
              I wonder, though, how frequently, if at all, publisher's check stats for requests for Kindle versions at amazon? Hourly? Daily? Monthly? Every six months??

              An email--or phone call--is immediate. Such live interaction with an office will occasionally provoke both interest and result.

              It costs nothing to push a button at amazon, and very little to write an email.
              "They work at the pace of amnesia."--M. Bloch

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              • #8
                Amateurs Mind vs How to Reassess Your CHess

                I see HTRYC is already out in Kindle form. Instead of going to all that trouble hoping the publisher will put the Amateurs Mind in kindle, what if I got Silman's HTRYC ? My rating fluctuates between 1365 and 1600. Would HTRYC be much harder than Amateurs Mind?

                I have eye problems and need a kindle book.

                Skippy

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                • #9
                  Someone?

                  S

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                  • #10
                    On this page: Silman's books... - Chess.com someone is asking almost the identical question which you are.

                    I'd suggest reading through the comments on that page, there might be some that would be relevant to your needs.
                    "They work at the pace of amnesia."--M. Bloch

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                    • #11
                      You might also want to check out www.jeremysilman.com
                      I float like a pawn island and sting like an ignored knight

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                      • #12
                        I put HTRYC on my kindle- Right or wrong .

                        Skippy

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                        • #13
                          Enjoy!

                          There is no Right or Wrong regarding such things. I've indeed seen a Hammer used as a Screwdriver, with good outcome. Surely a book in a format you can easily view will serve you better than all the books in the world which you can't!

                          We take to hand such tools as lay available to our use, and with willful desire strive to meet our goal. Persistence breeds Success.
                          "They work at the pace of amnesia."--M. Bloch

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                          • #14
                            I really appreciate your understanding.

                            S.

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