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The Chess Information Page



Chess is one of the games that has inspired and excited the humantiy for a long time. In chess, every character has its own moves and almost any move cna have great results. Chess is so intereting that even today, no other game can easily replace it. If uou are new to Chess, all you have to do is to learn and understand every character on a chess board and how do they move. Then, you may begin to acquire some chess tactics which prove to be extremely useful. Of course, the best way of learning chess is by the help of a human mentor. But, is you want to learn chess by using our computer, then you may consider Chess Mentor, a software from www.chess.com. If you want a free source to do that, then you may visit the Chess School (http://chess.about.com/teens/chess/library/blschool.htm).

So, you have learnt every thing about chess and want to challenge some real human opponents. Then try your skills at chess fans around the world at Yahoo!'s chess section, but you must first of all get a Yahoo! ID to do that.

Another good alternative to this is the Internet Chess Club at www.chessclub.com.

You may get latest chess news at www.insidechess.com. Please, use the following search box if you wish to reach to more chess related information on the web.

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