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Online chess(Correspondence Chess) is a wonderfull service available through the internet. It gives you the opportunity to play chess and to interact with players from all over the world easily.

Advantages of Online Chess:

- Play Online chess against players from all over the world and make new friends.

- When you play online chess you don't need to finish one game at one time, you can make one move every one, two, ...., or even 15 days. Also you can play 24 hours 7 days a week.

- You can play many games simultaniously.

- You can play chess from work, home, or any place where you have internet access.

- You will get you own ELO rating.

- You have the choice to play rated or unrated chess games.

- When you start a game you can set an automatic conditions that allow only players with a certain ELO rating to join your game.

- You can view your finished games anytime anywhere.

- You have a detailed statistics of you finished games.

- You can watch others games.

Where Can I play online chess?

There are many sites where you can play online chess, but most of them restrict you to a number of games, and don't give you a full access to the site features. A totally free and new site where you can play online chess is http://www.chesshere.com. A paid server where strong players and even grandmasters hang out is http://www.chessclub.com.

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