Chess Links Page
These links are the ones that I currently
use most often. Additional links will be added in the future as I
have time to access and use other sites.
Northern California Chess Association. UPDATED!
Chessdryad -- California Chess History.
Lots of excellent information on clubs, players, ratings, events, and more! Maintained by California Chess Historian Kerry Lawless and company.
of Chess in Sacramento 1934-1996 by Scott Gordon.
Campbell Report: Chess articles with an emphasis on correspondence
Correspondence Chess Place: John Knudsen's correspondence chess site.
Chess Maniac: Dennis Steele's
free e-mail chess site. Contains a chess store, chess resources, and chess
Institute: Home of the oldest chess club on the west coast!
Chess Club: The name says it all!
Reno Chess Club
Chess action in the Biggest Little City in the World!
Assistant: Chess Assistant web site.
USA: ChessBase's USA web site.
Polgar's Home Page: Home page of the former Women's World
Website of the United States Chess Federation (USCF).
Chess Association: The organization that puts on some of the
"mega" events in the country.
At last check, a play-for-free website.
Doctor: Website of Bob Ogden geared to the inexperienced player.
An e-zine can be subscribed to on the site.
: According to Bulgarian IM Kalin Karakehayov, "a small,
but useful site".
Artist: Art and the chess world combined.
Colorado Chess Games:
Games from players in the state of Colorado.
All kinds of information on chess (education, games, history, etc.), as well as a free play
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