Chess is a challenging board game for two players with 16 pieces that move across a board with eight rows and eight columns, with fixed rules. The object is to checkmate the opponent's king.
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A big searchable game database.
Information includes rules, tactics, clubs, software, and Internet play.
Featuring chess products, strategies, forums, and games.
Provides problems, studies, rules and online play.
Includes quotes, rules, tactics, chat, and Internet play.
The Chess Drum
The purpose of the site is to champion the success of black chess players around the world, to give a greater sense of community, and for sharing ideas and knowledge.
Chess is Chess
A blog covering chess news and tips.
The Chess Mind
Weblog for fans by chess fan Dennis Monokroussos. Plenty of discussion about positions and people.
Problems, news, games, history, players, and rules.
Winning chess tactics, puzzles, and instruction.
Includes tactics, lectures, combinations, history, and games of all World Championships.
Discussion board based around chess strategy and analysis videos.
The Chess World
Contains openings, middle games, and endgames studies. Also wallpaper, computer chess, puzzles, chess gym, library, video lectures are also available.
Contains news, articles, strategies, videos, resources.
Broadcasts chess tournaments online with realtime computer analysis.
A chess site featuring tournaments, games and history as well as many fun stories about chess.
Chess education, history, articles, current events, and the CalGames Database.
Online PGN chess game database with java viewers, and chat forums.
Features classic openings, puzzles, facts, biographies, and hints.
Ed's Ever-Growing Chess Page
Chess pictures, stories, tournaments, games and problems.
This website is dedicated to writing free articles on a range of topics to help the average player improve. Topics discussed include openings, strategy and endgames.
How Computers Play Chess - How Stuff Works
Several short articles illustrating how computers play chess.
My Obsession with Chess
Scott McCloud recounts his childhood and adult addiction to the world of grids, knights, and checkmates.
Encyclopedia entry provides hyperlinked information about history, playment, literature, computer games.
Ten Tips to Winning Chess
Article by International Grandmaster Arthur Bisguier. (February 04, 2009)
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