Whether it's playing against humans, playing against computers, learning from Grandmasters or simply finding out the latest chess results and gossip, chess on the internet has become a massive business over the past few years. In this revolutionary book, distinguished chess webmaster Mark Crowther explains to the reader how to get the maximum out of his or her 'chess on the net'. Crowther casts his expert opinions on the ever-increasing number of chess sites available to the surfer.
- 128 Pages
- Publisher: Everyman
- Published: March 2001
- Whether you want to play chess on the net, exchange emails, or simply nose out the best sites, Chess on the Net is the book to go for. - Chess Monthly
- Chess on the Net is must reading. Highly recommended. - John Donaldson
- An impressive work that people of every strength and interest will find very useful. - John Watson TWIC
- Those who love chess and the internet will also love this guide. - Midwest Book Reviews