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Chessdom has been around almost several months and starting Monday we are launching three new moduls. We hope that they will be helpful and fun at the same time.

News section

Every day we publish at least 10 articles about chess. Very often they do not make it on the first page and appear either on the preview, tournaments, players or any other section. That is why we opened a news section www.chessdom.com/news, where all the news appear in chronological order. Of course this section is a simple interpretation of our RSS. You can find the small orange icon in the upper right hand corner and add the RSS to your preffered reader (google, bloglines, netvibes, liferea, etc.)

Forum

Our forum has been in trial version since the end of May. Now we are preparing the official launch and you will be able to express freely your opinion about ongoing chess events.It will also be a place to learn and share, and will feature Alex Brunetti and IM Kalin Karakehayov as special guests.

The initial sign up will require an invitation code. You can request it through our contact form. If you simply want to enjoy the comments, browse the menu above and click fans -> forum.

Alex Brunetti

Alex Brunetti

Online academy

The creation of the online academy has been announced during the Valjevo tournament online comments. The chess coaching will be by IM Miodrag Perunovic, IM Martha Fierro, and IM Kalin Karakehayov. You can choose your preffered language between English, Russian, Spanish, French, Bulgarian, Serbian, and Italian. For more details drop us an email.

Kalin Karakehayov

IM Kalin Karakehayov
(ELO 2443)

Martha Fierro 2

WGM Martha Fierro
(ELO 2339)

Miodrag Perunovic

IM Miodrag Perunovic
(ELO 2368)

Online store

The Chessdom chess store is going to open for you next week. You will be able to find software, books, and all kinds of chess material. No need to get up from your chair, we will bring it for you no matter if you are on the north pole or on the south pole.

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