Links

Last updated: 27-Jun-2016

Nobody learns advanced math in elementary as each stage of our development requires the appropriate level of information. It works the same in chess. Please find below our selection of high quality links recommended for you based on your chess level

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Fraser Heights chess club

URL: http://www.fraserheightschess.com/
Details: Recommended club of our friends from Surrey
Recommended for: Level 1 "Pawn" and up

BC Chess Federation main website

URL: http://www.chess.bc.ca/
Details: BC Chess Federation our provincial affiliate to CFC
Recommended for: Level 2 "Knight" and up

CFC main website

URL: http://www.chess.ca/
Details: Chess Federation of Canada (founded 1872). Your official CFC ratings are posted here
Recommended for: Level 2 "Knight" and up

URL: http://www.chess.com/
Details: Chess.com - online playing site; over 9 million players
Recommended for: Level 3 "Bishop" and up

URL: http://ajedrezconhumor.blogspot.ca/
Details: Chess, humor and incredible graphics by A Wadalupe (ESP)
Recommended for: Level 3 "Knight" and up

 

Chessbase main website

URL: http://www.chessbase.com/
Details: Publisher of high quality chess programs and databases
Recommended for: Level 4 "Rook" and up

URL: http://www.pubchess.org/
Details: Social chess gatherings in Toronto. Titled players participation is guaranteed
Recommended for: Level 4 "Rook" and up

URL: http://www.k4it.de/?topic=egtb&lang=en
Details: Nalimov endgame tablebases (up to 6 pieces - Mar 2015) and other chess stuff
Recommended for: Level 6 "King" and up
URL: http://ccn.correspondencechess.com/
Details: Online chess magazine between 2000-2003 (100 issues in total) where Eugen was one of the main contributors
Recommended for: Level 6 "King" and up

FIDE main website

URL: http://www.fide.com/
Details: World Chess Federation, FIDE (founded in 1924)
Recommended for: All representing Canada in international competitions

URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pgn4web/
Details: pgn4web is a javascript chess games viewer for websites, blogs and live broadcasts
Recommended for: chess webmasters, bloggers, etc

 

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