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http://www.ukchessblogger.com: an interesting chess blog. Check it out.
http://www.chessboss.com/ is a new place to easily play chess online.
http://www.chessmemoryaids.com/ is an interesting and enthusiastic new site for developing tactical skill. It has lessons, many of which point back to this site, and a number of other resources as well.
The Campbell Report is a leading resource for correspondence chess players.
Michael Goeller has an extensive index of good online chess resources, along with some other interesting material devised by the author.
The University of Pittsburgh Chess Club Page has another impressive collection of links.
You might be interested in testing your new knowledge of chess tactics on some practice problems. You can find good sets of them, along with more good instructional material, at The Huntsville Chess Club Site. Here are the chess tactics puzzles.
Jon Edwards has a chess tactics page as part of his excellent and extensive site.
Stuart the Maniac's Chess Closet has lots of useful links to chess sites with ratings of them; there is other interesting stuff there, too, including a system of inquiries to consider before making a move.
The Chess Chronicle looks interesting; it's a semi-monthly online magazine. At this writing I have not yet had a chance to sample it, but I'm always happy to alert people to a promising new project.
More good sources of chess links:
The Chess Stuff page of Lucian Millis.
Rick Kennedy has an interesting new blog up on the Jerome Gambit.
Come back soon for more.