Thank you to everyone who shared their pictures with us. Thank you for taking the time to write those forms or e-mails of consent. We hope you like what it did for our site.
Thank you to those of you who were willing to have their voice recorded and listened to by all the visitors of Chess Dominion.
A special thank you to Meagan Williams of Australia for all the info and pictures on chess in Australia.
Thank you to Matt's Script Archive, for use of the bulletin boards featured in the forums.
Picture of Deep Blue courtesy of IBM and was found at IBM's Deep Blue Up Close and Personal page.
Picture of Mikhail Tal courtesy of R.W. Pijlman and can be found at his Tal page
Pictures of Smyslov and Petrosian in public domain and can be found at: Traveller Chess
Picture of chess players in front of Washington Monument, and first picture of kids playing chess Education page are courtesy of the US Chess Center
Picture of Max Euwe courtesy of Peter Kemner.
Pictures of little kids playing chess by Lev and Jennie Frenklakh.
Ray traced images rendered by the Authors
Saidy, Anthony. The March of Chess Ideas. United States: David McKay Company, Inc., 1994.
Wichman, Hans and Siegfried. Chess: The Story of Chesspieces from antiquity to modern times. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc. 1964.
Jennie Frenklakh, originally from Belarus, has achieved the high honor of becoming a chess master. She has competed in over five world youth chess championships. Jennie has extensive chess teaching experience. Additionally she enjoys artistic pursuits.
Charles Gelman also has the honor of being a chess master. He has won or tied for first in four national scholastic chess championships and competed in the U.S. Junior Closed Championship in 1997. He enjoys Java.