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Chess Puzzles | Solve Chess Problems and Compositions …

The best way to improve your chess is practicing! And the funniest way to practice is solving puzzles! Train your tactical abilities solving all kind of situations like the ones you'll find over a chess board at a real game.

You can play in unrated mode, just for fun, without recording your solving history. Or you can have full tracking of your progress solving in Rated mode. If you play in this mode you'll also obtain problems according to your current level.

Solve chess problems taken from real games. You should find the best continuation for you opponent's moves.

Train your abilities facing chess studies from the most complete database of problems, created by the greatest composers.

Good news! Only a few minutes every day solving puzzles and you will boost your chess!

If you want to improve your game the fastest, easiest and most fun way, start solving puzzles right now.

One thing that is absolutely undisputed in chess training philosophy is: solve tactical chess puzzles regularly and you'll get better and better everyday.

Train your abilities facing chess studies from the most complete database of problems, created by the greatest composers.

"My fascination for studies proved highly beneficial, it assisted the development of my aesthetic understanding of chess, and improved my endgame play" Vasily Smyslov

"I always urge players to study composed problems and endgames" Pal Benko.

Just a few samples of recently added games to our database.

Chess Composition

Chess Problem

Chess Composition

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How to solve Chess Puzzles: Chessworld.net Puzzle Practice #28 – "Forcing moves force cooperation!" – Video


How to solve Chess Puzzles: Chessworld.net Puzzle Practice #28 - "Forcing moves force cooperation!"
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How to solve Chess Puzzles: Chessworld.net Puzzle Practice #28 - "Forcing moves force cooperation!" - Video


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