We just added LIVE Chat forums on the www.ChessDiscussion.com forums. I just tested the new technology and it is working great! I now can conduct LIVE Q&A sessions or players can discuss about chess games or events LIVE. There are some other incredible features. There are also very cool emoticons, graphics, backgrounds, fonts and colors, etc. for personal customization.

In addition, you can create your own private chat rooms for you and your friends. A game viewer will be added shortly so you can view LIVE games and analyze with your fellow chess enthusiasts. I absolutely love the new technology. It is all available for you for FREE! All you need is to register for a handle to enjoy all the cool stuff. My plan is to do a monthly Q&A session for USCF members and a separate Q&A session for general chess stuff. Please feel free to make other suggestions.

History of the Chess Discussion forums:

Since I usually update my blogs at least 10-20 times per day, some bloggers said that since the topics of discussion go by so fast on the blogs, they have no chance to discuss various issues at length.

That is why I decided to come up with a Chess Discussion forums where everyone can go at their own pace. www.ChessDiscussion.com is a chess discussion forums where chess enthusiasts from around the world can come to share ideas and discuss various chess topics in a friendly and courteous environment.

I personally log on the forums daily as I do enjoy mingling with other chess lovers. Basically the most important rule of the forums is to be polite and courteous to everyone. Other than that, enjoy!

There are 3 easy steps to register for a FREE account. The entire process takes about 30 seconds. You choose your own handle and password. Click here to start.

Once you complete these 3 simple steps, you can begin to post immediately. You will also get this confirmation in your email: Welcome to www.ChessDiscussion.com forums Please keep this e-mail for your records. Your account information is as follows:

Username: Your Handle
Password: Your Password

Please do not forget your password as it has been encrypted in our databaseand we cannot retrieve it for you. However, should you forget your password, you can request a new one which will be activated in the same way as this account. Thank you for registering.

–Thanks, The Management

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