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Here I am
going to have a
list of pages
with mostly links to other chess pages.
On this page are links to pages with a list of nothing but links to other chess sites.
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
have found literally dozens of websites - - -
Take this website for example. His "Top Ten" list of the 10 best chess games of all time is similar to my own. Many times, he only appears to have copied my analysis ... with few, if any, changes.
His list of the "Greatest Players of All Time" is also VERY similar to mine.
this is NOT the only one, I have found many, many more websites just like
Another interesting article about theft in the chess world ... its more commonplace than you might first think.
I was sitting at home in front of my computer one day, and it occurred to me that I had hundreds of "favorite places," bookmarked and organized into various folders. I thought it would be great to verify all these pages. Then I could put them out onto the Internet as a kind of public service.
One of the ideas
is that between this page and my "Cool Sites"
page; is that you should be
One of the absolutely best websites in the world for listing web-sites, has got to be to be FIDE's "Top Chess Web Sites." Easily one of the most comprehensive lists of all the best web-sites all around the world. This one should be one of your very first stops, if you are looking for chess new web sites. Click HERE to go there now!!
During IBM's "Deep Blue vs. Kasparov" challenge, they developed a web page full of links. Its still there and has some places you might like to check out.
and Chess-Master.com has a fair little website.
REDWEB.com and Mr. Chess has a nice little site, plus
a lot of links to other sites.
The "Chess Informant" people from [former] Yugoslavia have a very comprehensive page of links. To go to that page of links, click HERE.
The West Virginia State Chess Association has a very nice page chock full of interesting and valuable chess links. Click HERE to go to their page of chess links. Once there, you can navigate to their home page without any problem.
The Nystar (<dot> com) group has a nice little page of chess links. Everything from chess clubs, to chess books, chess-set collectors and more!! Click HERE to go to that page.
I have already mentioned what a nice web-site FSU, (Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL.); has on my "Cool Sites" page. They also have an extensive page(s) of chess links. Links to just about everything you want to know about chess can be found on these pages. Click here to go to FSU's main (index) page of chess links. A huge, very long page with many more links than I have. If you are searching for something chess-related, you definitely have to stop here!!
I have already talked about what a really cool web site "The London Chess Center" has. (Check my "Cool Sites" page.) They (L.C.C.) also has one of the most comprehensive pages of links to chess sites, I have ever seen. To go to "The London Chess Center's" extensive page of chess links, click HERE now!!
very young man named Jeremy Cone has a very nice Geo-Cities Web
I don't play any chess there. [And I don't "endorse" too many sites. By, "endorse," I mean give it my full seal of approval. Like I give, say, The U.S. Chess Federation's site.] (But I do have a few friends who used to swear by this service.) And I think I am saying something, just by the fact that it (this site) is not listed on my cool sites page. But "Kali" has a chess page and chess playing software.
(Like ICC, and several others, I think it is,
BUT ... If you are interested, please click HERE now.
The Virginia State Chess Association has a very nice page of links, especially if you are looking for a club or chess organization in your local area. To go to the Virginia page of chess links, click HERE now!
Another nice page is "The Judit Polgar Page." A very nicely done page with hundreds of links to other pages. You can read articles about Judit, find out what books she recommends, etc. Click HERE to go there now. A really nice page with lots to see and do. Check it out!!
to go to the Doctor? Go to Dr. Regis's list of coaching
should also go the Exeter University web-site,
and then search under chess.
the folks "on the other side of the pond" (England),
Interested in a site with links and odd chess facts? well, ... BELIEVE IT!!
Click HERE to go there now.
http://www.64.com/ - A site with mostly ADVERTISEMENTS and links to other pages. But still s good site to know. (I found it when it was advertised on U.S. Chess Live's server when I was playing chess.)
Click HERE to go there now.
nice, site, mostly in German is HERE.
(Rocha Kuppenheim's site.)
Frank's Chess Page is a nice little site. Lots to see and do. Check it out.
The Yahoo chess section has a really nice little area called "The Beginner's Guide." There are links to many very nice sites, most of them are in the Yahoo/GeoCities family of web sites. This is a really good place to explore if you like web-surfing, or if you are a beginner or a novice at chess. Click HERE to go there now. And enjoy.
following is a list of links from the article, "Downloadable
Feasts." [Part II.]
Chess on Stamps - A site dedicated to Australian stamp collecting. (Dr. Colin Rose.)
Chess Excavations - A site dedicated to Chess History. (Chess Archaeology.)
Krabbe's Chess Curiosities - Chess odds and ends, Tim Krabbe on chess.
Uncrowned Kings - A site dedicated to all the greats or near greats who never became the Chess World Champion. (Download the games of Keres, Nimzovich, Rubinstein, Larsen, etc.)
New In Chess - A good site that is given elsewhere here. Many games, much to do! + Links!!
The Chess Kamikze Home Page - A site dedicated to gambits, whether they be good or completely unsound. This website offers advice and analysis on virtually every conceivable gambit. Plus available are many game files in pgn and cb formats. Gambit heaven!
Charlie's Chess Mess - A connection to lots of other sites, plus software and other goodies.
Bogart and Chess - Bill Wall on celebrity trivia. Lots of stuff on
The U.S. Chess Federation - Click on "correspondence chess" when you get there.
The Campbell Report, (Correspondence Chess) - F.C.'s site dedicated to this form of chess.
The ICCF - A website dedicated to International Correspondence Chess, The official website.
Stan's Chess Page - A site for free correspondence chess, plus many features.
Jim Kearman's Site - A site dedicated to chess by e-mail. (Plus lots of chess art!)
Chess (Computer chess) - A site dedicated to the hard-core fanatics of
Chess Programming - A site for chess links for those interested in
En Passant Chess Club - For chess editors mostly! Problems, software, typesetting, etc.
Chess Graphics - I discovered this site like 2-3 years ago, and have probably helped to popularize it as much as anyone. When I first found it, few know of its existence! Stuff galore!
La Mecca Chess Encyclopedia - The first real encyclopedia for chess on the 'net.
Alpine Fonts - "TrueType" and "Postscript" fonts for chess publishers. (Plus other stuff too.)
Chess is Fun - A link for Jon Edward's site can be found on my Beginner's Chess Course.
Chess Rules - A link for this site can be found on my Beginner's Chess Course.
To view the newsgroups and some of the other material contained in A Lawrence's article, you must have AOL. Since not everyone uses this ISP, I will not delve into that material here!
By Jeff Sonas.
A great site. Look up just about any
Mark Weeks has a nice chess web page. Click HERE to go there now.
Chess Publishing - 'dot-com' .... .... .... .... has a nice page of links.
list of some annotated games.
("The Chess Drum's" index page of games.)
Another nice list of links. (The Chess Oracle's Archive.)
(Added: January 31st, 2004.)
The following web-site has mostly curiosities and pictures and stamps. But there is enough stuff here to make it of interest to just about any chess player or chess historian. It's worth a look.
(Link added: Tuesday, July 27th, 2004.)
site ... of ... The Chess Oracle.
(Link added: Friday; October 8th, 2004.)
(Link added: Saturday; December 18th, 2004.)
(Link added: Saturday; February 19th, 2005.)
A forum for just chess. (chess-circle)
(Link added: Thursday; June 15th, 2006.)
The Bangor (England) Chess Club (Added here, Friday; July 14th, 2006.)
NM Dan Heisman's Home Page
This guy is like me ... full time into chess. He has a nice web-site ... with plenty of stuff to look at.
(Link added: July 08, 2006.)
of my students is a member of "North American Chess"
and he thinks that they have a great website. (Maybe.)
However, most of their content is only available to members! [Go
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