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100 Real Life Chess Tactics Puzzles For Beginners To Make You a Better Player

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Chess has been a popular game for centuries. It is a game of strategy, critical thinking, and problem-solving. To become a better chess player, it is essential to practice regularly and engage in various chess tactics puzzles. These puzzles challenge your mind, improve your ability to strategize, and enhance your understanding of the game. In this article, we will explore 100 real-life chess tactics puzzles that are perfect for beginners to help you become a better player.

1. The Double Attack: In this puzzle, you are given a position where you can attack two pieces simultaneously, forcing your opponent into a losing situation.

2. The Pin: The pin is a tactic where you immobilize an opponent's piece by placing a more valuable piece behind it. This puzzle will help you identify such opportunities and take advantage of them.

100 Mate in 3 Chess Puzzles for Beginners (Rating 900 1200): 100 real life chess tactics puzzles for beginners to make you a better player (Chess Puzzles and Tactics Mate in 3)
100 “Mate in 3” Chess Puzzles for Beginners (Rating 900-1200): 100 real-life chess tactics puzzles for beginners to make you a better player (Chess Puzzles and Tactics - Mate in 3)
by Chess Puzzles(Kindle Edition)

4.5 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 4062 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Print length : 87 pages
Lending : Enabled

3. The Fork: The fork is a tactic where you simultaneously attack two or more of your opponent's pieces, forcing them to sacrifice one of them. This puzzle will train your eyes to spot forks and make effective moves.

4. The Discovered Attack: In this puzzle, you will learn how to use a move to uncover an attack from another piece, putting pressure on your opponent's king or valuable piece.

5. The Skewer: The skewer is a tactic where you attack a valuable piece and force a less valuable piece to move in front of it, making it vulnerable to capture. This puzzle will enhance your ability to set up skewers and create winning positions.

6. The Windmill: The windmill is a powerful tactic where you repetitively check the opponent's king, forcing them into a disadvantageous position. This puzzle will teach you when and how to create a windmill to dominate the game.

7. The Decoy: The decoy is a tactic where you tempt an opponent's piece to a particular square, making them vulnerable to capture or attack. This puzzle will improve your decoying skills and surprise your opponent.

8. The Discovered Check: A discovered check is when a piece is moved away, revealing an attack from another piece that simultaneously checks the opponent's king. This puzzle will help you unleash devastating discovered checks and control the game.

9. The X-ray Attack: The x-ray attack is a tactic where a piece indirectly attacks an opponent's piece through another piece, sometimes resulting in significant material gain. This puzzle will sharpen your x-ray attack skills and improve your tactical awareness.

10. The Zugzwang: The zugzwang is a situation where any move made by the player puts them at a disadvantage. This puzzle will teach you how to use zugzwang to your advantage and force your opponent into unfavorable positions.

These are just a few examples of the numerous chess tactics puzzles you can encounter as a beginner. Each puzzle challenges your thinking and helps you develop a deeper understanding of the game. By regularly engaging in such puzzles, you will become a better chess player, capable of making strategic moves and outsmarting your opponents.

, chess tactics puzzles are an excellent way for beginners to improve their chess skills. They offer a practical and engaging way to enhance your understanding of tactics and strategy. By practicing these puzzles regularly, you will become a better player and gain confidence in your game. So, grab your chessboard, set up these puzzles, and have fun becoming a master of chess tactics!

100 Mate in 3 Chess Puzzles for Beginners (Rating 900 1200): 100 real life chess tactics puzzles for beginners to make you a better player (Chess Puzzles and Tactics Mate in 3)
100 “Mate in 3” Chess Puzzles for Beginners (Rating 900-1200): 100 real-life chess tactics puzzles for beginners to make you a better player (Chess Puzzles and Tactics - Mate in 3)
by Chess Puzzles(Kindle Edition)

4.5 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 4062 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Print length : 87 pages
Lending : Enabled

Ready to improve your chess tactics by solving puzzles and become a better player?

  • Do you want to improve your chess rating?
  • Do you struggle to spot tactics in chess games?
  • Do you want to quickly spot move combinations to help you win at chess?
  • Are you ready to master chess strategy?

“Some people think that if their opponent plays a beautiful game of chess, it's okay to lose. I don't. You have to be merciless.” - Magnus Carlsen

Solving chess puzzles is one of the quickest ways to improve your game and your ability to think ahead. In this book, you’ll find 100 puzzles that have been taken from real games and focus on the tactics often missed by players of all abilities.

By solving these chess puzzles, you’ll quickly start to recognize positions and tactics as they arise in your games, and learn how to respond perfectly – every time.

Chess puzzles are an essential part of your development as a player and contribute massively to your tactical understanding of the game. Even Grandmasters devote time every day to solving chess puzzles to keep them sharp and improve their intuition”.

This series of five chess puzzle books breaks down essential tactics puzzles into five ability levels, from beginner to master.

In 100 “Mate in 3” Chess Puzzles for Beginners (Rating 900-1200) you’ll solve 100 chess tactics that teach you to force check mate in three moves.

The chess puzzles in this book are all taken from real-life games and are solved by checkmating your opponent. You should be looking for forks, skewers, decoys, double attacks, and mating patterns to win the game.

All solutions are given on the following page so you can focus on the chess tactics without the temptation to cheat!


“Chess helps you to concentrate, improve your logic. It teaches you to play by the rules and take responsibility for your actions, how to problem solve in an uncertain environment.”Garry Kasparov

“All that matters on the chessboard is good moves.” Bobby Fischer

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