Play Chess against Computer
Beat various Chess Programs below
Play chess against computer and have fun. Get some practical chess experience. If you are a beginner then you can learn how to move the pieces correctly to the proper squares.
Flash Chess Program
The author of this chess program is Stéphane N.B. Nguyen in France.
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The chess programs on this page are for players who have mastered the basic moves and are able to move the chess pieces properly.
If you are a beginner in chess and don't know how to move the pieces around well, then play many games against these chess programs. This will give you the routine needed and you learn how to capture pieces correctly.
Strong Online Java Chess Program
This program is probably the strongest on my site. It is programmed in java. Wait until it is loaded. I don't think you can beat it. It is very good to learn chess notation as it shows all moves in a window on the right hand side.
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Strong Free Computer Chess Java Program
This is a nice and strong flash chess program. You can play it in a big window.
3D FlashChess - Suitable for Beginners in Chess
This 3D flash chess program is very popular on the internet. Play it in a big window. I want to give you the best chess experience I can. But don't forget that online chess programs that are presented here can never match the quality and playing strength of commercially available PC chess software that is used by chess players all over the world.
This program below is weak as it doesn't understand chess principles. For that reason it is very suitable for beginners.
The day will come when you are ready for top chess software but for now get a taste about chess and play versus the chess program below. If you can beat it then play against the other chess programs above because they are much stronger.
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