Olimpiu G. Urcan is creating a digital chess column
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patrons

A Digital Column

Beginning with June 2018, on this Patreon page, functioning essentially as a subscription-based digital column, fans of well-researched chess history will find little-known games, in-depth analysis, interviews, essays, various audio-visual material, book reviews, archival material and much more.

Most of this material will be drawn from my own research but, occasionally, subscribers will get access to substantial contributions from several distinguished guests as well. In regard to what kind of material Patreon readers should expect, in addition to this list of published books, I should add that between 2009 and 2015 I contributed a monthly column for the Chess Café website (with guest columns by the indefatigable John S. Hilbert).

For the past decade, I've also contributed regularly to Edward Winter’s ground-breaking Chess Notes column, the place for chess history in the digital world. 

Olimpiu G. Urcan
June 4, 2018

Tiers
Basic Subscriber
$2 or more per month
A basic subscriber will get access to 80% of the published posts per year.
Premium Subscriber
$5 or more per month
A premium subscriber will receive access to all published posts and PGN files.
ELITE Subscriber
$20 or more per month
Our first 200 ELITE subscribers will receive the following:


SG+ Subscriber
$200 or more per month
Our first 20 Singapore-based subscribers will receive the following:
  • full access to all posts
  • access to PGN files
  • three autographed copies of Singapore Chess: A History, 1945-1990 (World Scientific, 2017)
  • each SG+ subscriber will get to play 10 rapid training games per year (90-minute per session, post-mortem included)


Goals
22 of 300 patrons
When we reach 300 patrons, we will start a new chess history book project with its first 50 autographed copies awarded to our most loyal subscribers.
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A Digital Column

Beginning with June 2018, on this Patreon page, functioning essentially as a subscription-based digital column, fans of well-researched chess history will find little-known games, in-depth analysis, interviews, essays, various audio-visual material, book reviews, archival material and much more.

Most of this material will be drawn from my own research but, occasionally, subscribers will get access to substantial contributions from several distinguished guests as well. In regard to what kind of material Patreon readers should expect, in addition to this list of published books, I should add that between 2009 and 2015 I contributed a monthly column for the Chess Café website (with guest columns by the indefatigable John S. Hilbert).

For the past decade, I've also contributed regularly to Edward Winter’s ground-breaking Chess Notes column, the place for chess history in the digital world. 

Olimpiu G. Urcan
June 4, 2018

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Tiers
Basic Subscriber
$2 or more per month
A basic subscriber will get access to 80% of the published posts per year.
Premium Subscriber
$5 or more per month
A premium subscriber will receive access to all published posts and PGN files.
ELITE Subscriber
$20 or more per month
Our first 200 ELITE subscribers will receive the following:


SG+ Subscriber
$200 or more per month
Our first 20 Singapore-based subscribers will receive the following:
  • full access to all posts
  • access to PGN files
  • three autographed copies of Singapore Chess: A History, 1945-1990 (World Scientific, 2017)
  • each SG+ subscriber will get to play 10 rapid training games per year (90-minute per session, post-mortem included)