Here you will find a selection of interesting links.

Interesting Links   Canada's new online chess shop with knowledgeable and friendly service   An interesting site with many instructional articles   "Watch chess games everywhere" ... a site specifically desiogned for mobile devices   A site about the famous set of walrus tusk and whale teeth chess men discovered on the Isle of Lewis in 1831   The Regency Chess Collection of England showcase   An interesting site about the classic and most prevalent design of chess sets   A continually updated collection of various articles for tournament players

Internet Chess Club   Serious chess. Serious fun!   One of the world's largest chess sites focused exclusively on chess news   A chess tournament series in Budapest for those looking to obtain norms toward FIDE titles   International Email Chess Club: A world-wide club dedicated to playing email chess in a friendly atmosphere   Information on the construction of wooden chess boards & pieces   Updated, timely, fair, and objective chess daily news and information from around the globe  Carolus Chess promotes the fascinating world of 2000 years of chess history   A powerful and dedicated server only for chess-results   free chess diagram creators; free chess books; free online chess engines; free chess openings database  The official and interesting and colourful website of WGM Natalia Pogonina   Nigel Davies and friends on getting better at chess   ChessCafe columnist Tim Harding's site   Second hand, rare and out of print chess books   The Regency Chess Company blog brings you up to
date information on new chess sets and products, company information as well as
chess lessons for the beginner and intermediate players. A number of writers
contribute to the blog and keep it fully up to date.   The story behind the creation of the new World Championship Chess Set   The latest in chess opening theory