Register to Play
Chess over Internet
 
Select your Login Name:
Select your Password:
Re-type your Password:

NOTE:   Login Name and Password are case sensitive
   Only letters or numbers can be used (2-10 characters)

Enter your email address:

A modified password will be sent to your email address.
Use the modified password for the first login and
the one you provided for subsequent logins. If you do not
recieve the email immediately you can have the
modified password resent by clicking here or by contacting me.


It's free!

This site was designed to make it easy to play chess over internet with far away friends or relatives. The best way to start using this site is to invite your chess partner to play here, however, some regular players are accepting challenges from anyone. In most games only a couple of moves a day are made - a chess move goes well with a new cup of coffee. However, you can play live if you and your partner choose to.

If you decide to play chess, some game related notifications may be emailed to you (like challenge notification). If you decide not to play, you will receive no email due to your registration here. Your email address will not be sold to anyone. This is not a commercial site. No cookies, or anything else, is stored on your computer.

Your registration will expire 6 month after no use and in 30 days for casual visitor. Upon expiration all your info (including your screen name and email address) is deleted on our server in order speed up response time for current users. You can of course re-register again for free.

Spam filters keep on changing to fight spam. One of their targets are computer generated emails. Some filters sometimes kill the emails that this site sends when registering. So, if you do not get an email with a modified password right away, you can either have the password resent immediately and in a different way by following this link or you can send me a note to: milan@math.msu.edu and I will send you an email with the password usually within a day.

© Milan Miklavcic