|Keyword Query:||Play Flash Chess|
|Interpretation:||You've heard about the Chess Game that uses Flash technology 'under the hood' and want to know where you can play it.|
The actual game in question started out as Flash Chess III, which was a huge improvement over the game it replaced, called Flash Chess 3D (see Recommended Links, below).
Flash Chess III was available to play for 'free', online; or, you could slip the makers a cheeky tenner and download the premium version, which gave you more analytical features, plus a 2D Chessboard view.
For 2010, Flash Chess III got a superficial makeover and a bling new name: SparkChess.
Everything else, on the Free version, is as it was:
The following video clip gives you a quick tour of those aforementioned features:
Playing the 'free' version is a great way to learn the Basics of Chess (check out our Beginners Chess Guide - see Recommended Links, below); however, if you want to study the game more seriously, I picked up a copy of Fritz 12 and it certainly hasn't disappointed.
See the Recommended Links, if you still want to play Flash Chess III:
KEYWORD: Play Flash Chess
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