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United States Chess Federation     View
"The United States Chess Federation (USCF) is the official, not-for-profit US membership organization for chess players and chess supporters of all ages and strengths, from beginners to Grandmasters." This official web site provides opportunities to ...

Chess -- Deep Blue     View
Learn the basics of chess, decipher the meaning of chess terms, and read trivia about chess at this site.

Chess Cafe     View
Game discussions, book reviews, essays, news, and more on this somewhat commercialized site. Includes a bulletin board where enthusiasts post questions and comments.

Chess Corner     View
"A complete chess resource containing a comprehensive chess tutorial, book and software reviews, find a chess opponent to practise skills, discussion forum and much more." The Learn link leads to an easy-to-understand chess tutorial for the ...

World Chess Federation     View
FIDE [Fédération Internationale des Échecs/World Chess Federation] "is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the supreme body, responsible for the organization of chess and its championships at global and cont ...

U.S. Chess Online     View
Learn the rules and find tips and advice on playing in the Beginners Area and find articles and news from the chess world, ratings of USCF members (around 100,000), lists of top players, a directory of U.S. chess clubs, tournament information, a glos ...

Connections Between Music and Chess     View
An annotated bibliography of musical compositions related to the game of chess, and a brief list of musical terms used in the game. Compiled and maintained by a music composer.

ChessKIDS Academy     View
"Online interactive lessons, quizzes and games for kids, two chess computers for you to play, and a resource center for parents and teachers of kids who play, or would like to play, chess, including a scholastic chess download pack to enable any ...

The Chess Variant Pages     View
A collection of many variations on the game of chess, including the most played variants, Shogi (Japan) and Xiangqi (China). Features history, rules of play, movements, and images of the board if different from the traditional one.

Chess: The Mechanical Turk     View
This 2005 article discusses how "during the 18th century, a chess-playing automaton held audiences in Europe and America in thrall" and how the machine was found to be a hoax in that "the Turk was actually manipulated by someone hidden ...



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