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Chess Corner - Alexander Alekhine
391-word biography, famous game, 803 PGN games.
Free Internet Chess Server
Internet chess server to play chess for free.
ControlTheWeb - Judit Polgar
Comprehensive news, biography and links with viewable games, optimized photos and extensive articles.
IM Igor Khmelnitsky - Chess Coach
Chess news, lessons, book reviews, puzzles, software, and evaluation tests.
The official chess site of Peter Bereolos.
Tigran Petrosian - Wikipedia
Information about Tigran Petrosian, an Armenian World Chess Champion from 1963 to 1969, known as Iron Tigran due to his playing style.
Yasser Seirawan - Wikipedia
Information about Yasser Seirawan, a Syrian American chess grandmaster, author, commentator and 4-time US champion.
Karen Asrian - Wikipedia
Information about Karen Asrian, an Armenian chess grandmaster and winner of the national Armenian Championship in 2008.
Rafael Vaganian - Wikipedia
Information about Rafael Artemovich Vaganian, an Armenian chess grandmaster known for his sharp tactical style of play.
Sergei Movsesian - Wikipedia
Information about Sergei Movsesian, a chess grandmaster of Armenian descent who now plays for Slovakia.
Hrant Melkumyan - Wikipedia
Information about Hrant Melkumyan, an Armenian chess player. He won the international Internet championship organized by the ICC chess Internet portal.
Arshak Petrosian - Wikipedia
Information about Arshak Petrosian, an Armenia chess player awarded by the FIDE in 1984.
Genrikh Gasparyan - Wikipedia
Information about Genrikh Gasparyan, an Armenian composer of chess endgame studies.
Smbat Lputian - Wikipedia
Information about Smbat Gariginovich Lputian, an Armenian chess grandmaster who earned the International Master (IM) title in 1982 and the GM title in 1984.
Levon Aronian - Wikipedia
Information about Levon Aronian, an Armenian chess player and was rated in 2008 by the FIDE as the number six in the world and number one in Armenia.