Here you can find links to reviews of Chess
May 2003: CT
review at Seagaard Chess Review.
Review by John Watson on
posted Dec. 2000:
Review by Alex Dunne,
as it appeared in Correspondence Chess News.
Excerpt from the review of Chess Today
"Each issue of Chess Today usually ranges from three to five pages
in length and contains a puzzle, news reports from major chess
tournaments and matches, and annotated GM/IM games from those events.
Occasional editorial pieces discuss chess politics and other current
chess events. Some issues contain instructional materials, book
review, interviews and cartoons. Players rated 1500+, who are serious
about chess, will benefit from the paper the most. You can load the
games onto your computer to follow along, or just print CT and take it
with you to read during your commute to work, or on your lunch hour.
The extra versatility provided by the inclusion of the games files
make CT the perfect daily chess information source."