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Online Games Backdoor
Play over 300 games on this big gaming site.
Yoopi.com - Gaming Portal
Games directory with many resources and websites covering card games, board games, word games and many others.
Armenian Chess Website
Includes news, information on championships and tournaments. Also publishers of and Chess in Armenia magazine.
Armenia Chess Federation
Website of Armenian Chess Federation. Profile, calendar, news and more.
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.
AAA Chess Club, Armenia
Non profit educational organization aims to teach and train chess game to youth.
Karen Asrian - Wikipedia
Information about Karen Asrian, an Armenian chess grandmaster and winner of the national Armenian Championship in 2008.
Sergei Movsesian - Wikipedia
Information about Sergei Movsesian, a chess grandmaster of Armenian descent who now plays for Slovakia.
Rafael Vaganian - Wikipedia
Information about Rafael Artemovich Vaganian, an Armenian chess grandmaster known for his sharp tactical style of play.
Armenia Chess School
Website of the Chess School in Armenia.
Ashot Nadanian - Wikipedia
Information about Ashot Nadanian, an Armenian chess player, International Master (IM).
Chess Academy of Armenia
Chess teaching institution aims to encourage talented youth in Armenia.
Natalia Khoudgarian - Wikipedia
Information about Natalia Khoudgarian, an Armenian chess player, who is one of the top female chess players in Canada.
Arshak Petrosian - Wikipedia
Information about Arshak Petrosian, an Armenia chess player awarded by the FIDE in 1984.
Artashes Minasian - Wikipedia
Information about Artashes Minasian, an Armenian chess grandmaster, winner of the final USSR Chess Championship in 1991 and New York open championship in 1998.