I have been playing on ChessWorld for 6 years as Thylacine 3.
I used to play correspondence chess by post & email but now enjoy the interactive environment of online chess where you can chat with your opponent.

You can elect to play as many games as you want and you can choose to play individual games, rated or unrated, or you can join Tournaments or Teams, whichever is your preference. Whichever style you choose, you can select a time limit, from 1 to 15 days per move.

There are a variety of tournaments to choose from - knockout, all-play-all, pyramid. 
ChessWorld Members frequently join one, or more, of the popular four player All-Play-All Tournaments so that they have a reasonable number of concurrent games at any one time.

All members are given a rating of 1400 when they join ChessWorld. This will vary, in either direction, depending upon the results of any rated games that are played. The ChessWorld  rating system is based upon internationally recognised standards and may be regarded as a reliable measure of your performance whilst playing games on ChessWorld.  

Players from over 100 countries participate on ChessWorld. Many players use the chat facility to learn more about their opponents and where they live.

Country - Lithuania

Population 2.8 million (2017)   Capital city - Vilnius

Lithuania is a country that enjoys nature and a peaceful life. During their history they struggled to become a place where people could live freely and enjoy a better economy after their hardships with Russia. The national symbol of the country is a white knight on a horse with a sword. This symbol recognises the country’s struggles.

Today it is a place to visit if you enjoy forests and small lakes that are scattered across the countryside.

Lithuania has all kinds of wild life - foxes, wolves, deer, beavers, mink and hundreds of birds. The national animal is the stork. Lithuania has one of the largest stork population in any European country, and more specifically the highest nesting density in the world for this bird. Many Lithuanians superstitiously believe that storks bring luck and harmony to the families near which they nest.

The first known people living in Lithuania were part of the Ice Age. They were hunter gathers but were taken over by the Baltic tribes. Later they traded amber with the Romans and fought with the Vikings

There is a theme park in Lithuania which recreates life as a USSR citizen. Visitors have their belongings confiscated, have to wear gas masks, experience interrogation and must learn the Soviet anthem.

🙂 Video - What is Lithuania ? (10:41 min)