ICC launches pay-per-view video service

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The Internet Chess Club (ICC) has begun offering brand-new instructional videos to the general public. The videos cover mainly opening play and we're told videos can be bought for as low as $0.99 cents each. Seems very reasonable.

According to sources at ICC, their plan is to offer quality instructional videos to everyone on the net, yes, everyone, because the videos are brand-new and not linked to ICC membership. They currently have uploaded a four-video series on the King's Gambit, and have about 100 other videos they intend to upload in coming weeks. The site is in beta, but fully functional.

Here's a preview on the King's Gambit series:



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