Post a link if you have such a thing. I’ll post mine if there’s any response.
This one is kind of fun if you’re not an International Grandmaster. The games shown have just the sort of mistakes that I would make.
BTW: Can you imagine - my spell checker had never heard of “Grandmaster”.
Here’s one I check often: http://en.chessbase.com/ for news and analysis of recent games at the top levels.
And for move by move analysis of whole games I like https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDUDDmslypVXYoUsZafHSUQ
Thread relocated to the Game Room from IMHO.
I usually go to SparkChess: http://www.sparkchess.com/.
I have heard of other chess sites though.
If I want a quick game, I can use the Chess Titans program that came with Windows 7.
By far my favourite, despite the fact it’s hardly ever updated any more, is Tim Krabbe’s Chess Curiosities - he writes well, and explores weird stuff that happens in chess, including a lot of theory and historical research.
Would that be this one: http://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/chess/chess.html
That’s it! Thanks for finding the link - I thought it was blocked for me at work, but actually it appears not. Shame he doesn’t update it so frequently any more.