Sunday, 8 July 2007


Chess fans who enjoy surfing the web (and if you are reading this, that's you) are truly spolit for choice when it comes to quality websites for the discerning player. Another terrific new site which has recently come to my attention is chessdom.

Despite having a name which sounds like a bizarre chess related fetish, this is truly an excellent site with lots of interesting content. News, interviews, player profiles, event coverage, photos, videos, annotated games and lots more.

A particularly nice feature is the live annotation of games from current events. I have just finished watching their coverage of Anand v Topalov in the final of the rapid tournament in Leon and it was very well done.

Definitely a website to grace any chess fan's 'bookmarks'.

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