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Master Chess

(65,071 votes)
Code This Lab
May 2018
Browser (desktop, mobile, tablet)

Master Chess is an online chess game with single and multiplayer options. If you want to play chess, try out this superb online browser version. In this title, you can play three different game modes and test your skills against other chess players.

How to Play

Test your chess skills

Master Chess may not have official endorsement from the chess federation, but its AI opponents are highly skilled. Test your mettle against global adversaries in intense online multiplayer games. Choose from various game modes for maximum flexibility, but be warned—the AI opponent presents a significant challenge that may catch you off guard.

Enjoy dynamic online chess battles

Master Chess excels in providing seamless online gameplay with its swift and effective matchmaking system. Whether opting for a quick match or organizing custom games and tournaments with friends, Master Chess ensures an enjoyable experience. Each piece's possible moves are highlighted for ease of play, although turns are timed, requiring quick thinking.

Learn the basics

There are three difficulty settings for the AI opponent. If you are just starting out, we recommend the easiest setting. You should have a good grasp of the basics before playing online to avoid disappointment.

Game modes

  • Engage in 1on1 same device matches
  • Face off against an online opponent
  • Challenge an AI opponent

More Games Like This

When you're finished being a chess master, check out some more of our board games. Two popular choices are Ludo King and Uno Online. We also have another chess game which you may prefer called Chess Online.

Release Date

March 2018


Code This Lab developed Master Chess.


Web browser (desktop and mobile)


Use the left mouse button to select a unit and move it.


Can you play Master Chess online?

Yes, you can play against the computer or other players.

I'm a beginner at Chess. How should I play Master Chess?

We recommend starting on the easiest difficulty setting and playing against AI. You should also choose the "no time limit" option so you have enough time to think carefully about your moves.

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