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Magazines & E-zines
> I am a intermediate player and have been playing seriously online for
> about 1 year.
> I am thinking of subscribing to GammOnLine and would love some
> feedback. Is it worth the $36 subscription price ?
It certainly is. I am one of the charter members and I must say I will
renew when the time comes round.
As Rick pointed out, you get the benefit of all the back issues for free
plus the next 12 for just one year's membership!
The online match is my favorite feature. About 100 people participate daily
in it against Kit Woolsey. Every day is a new lesson on Gammonline.
Michael Strato writes:
I would say a yearly subscription to GammonOnLine is worth much more than
$36. At the moment, it costs just under one cent a day. For your penny, you
get to play with others members as a team against the editor Kit Woolsey, a
master of the game. You can participate in discussion on strategy and other
backgammon topics at the message board, read excellent tutororials and
articles and participate in the monthly quiz contest. And, if you ever need
to contact Kit by email, he always replies promptly.
I have been a member of GammOnLine since Day 1 and can assure you I won't
have second thoughts about renewing my subscription this year.
Magazines & E-zines
- BlotBlog (Jens Göring, Apr 2006)
- GammonLife (Michael Strato, July 2006)
- List of articles (Mika Johnsson, Sept 1993)
- Available newsletters (Robert A. Meese, Jr., May 1993)
- Backgammon Today (Mario Kühl, Apr 2002)
- Essential Backgammon (Dan Frank, Mar 1998)
- GammOnLine (Raccoon+, Jan 2006)
- GammOnLine (sevenout+, May 2004)
- GammOnLine (JP White+, Apr 2000)
- GammOnLine (Adam V+, Nov 1999)
- GammOnLine announcement (Kit Woolsey+, June 1999)
- GammOnLine--Sold to Play65 (Daniel Murphy+, June 2007)
- GammonVillage announcement (Michael Strato, Dec 1999)
- GammonVillage vs. GammOnLine (Albert Silver, Sept 2003)
- Inside Backgammon (Chuck Bower, Oct 1997)
- Inside Backgammon R.I.P. (Chris Bray, June 1999)