Chess Problem Organisations and Magazines
Official site of the governing body that oversees chess composition worldwide.
The society produces The Problemist, perhaps the world’s best chess problem journal.
The site of the Yugoslav chess problem magazine, includes an active forum in English.
Chess Problemists’ Sites
British problemist Brian Stephenson’s site, includes a blog and a problem database.
The site of the Czech problem composer and programmer, with an extensive list of problem-related links.
Slovakian composer Juraj Lorinc’s site, mostly about fairy chess problems.
Chess Problem Database and Softwares
Online chess problem database, holds more than 300,000 problems.
Free problem solving program, very versatile in dealing with fairy problems (see its Wikipedia entry).
Free software that handles shortest proof games.
Another free program for solving shortest proof games.
Miscellaneous Chess Problem Sites
An online forum/discussion board devoted to chess problems.
An extensive look at retrograde analytical problems.
Good general introduction to the subject, with links to many sub-topics.
Australian Junior Chess Problem-Solving Championships
Since 2007, each Australian Junior Chess Championship has had a problem-solving section, usually organised by Nigel Nettheim, Geoff Foster and others. The 2008 competition was run by Geoff, Dennis Hale, and Ian Shanahan.
General Chess Sites
Official site of the national chess organisation.
The organisation that manages junior chess in the country.
The national association for playing chess by post and email.
Cartoons by Tony Lurie, many with chess as the subject.
Chess icons and graphics site.