What are some of the most important sites for people who are interested? Besides Alex Dunne with the The Check is in the Mail column, are there other Correspondence Chess Columns that players can follow?
Some people believe that Correspondence Chess is dead. I do not think so. I think it is a very important part of chess and with readily email access today, it gives another dimension to this art.
Please feel free to post the information and I will add them below. Thanks!
http://sdo1.blogspot.com by Steve Owens
http://www.chessbymail.com by The Correspondence Chess League of America
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