Diamond Dust! Chess Tactics

Through space and time, from Chaturanga and around the world, tactics to sharpen your skills.

Practice is more important than study. You must play people who are better than you because it’s useless to play someone who is easy to beat. You will learn nothing from this! You have to get your head bashed in, you have to lose hundreds of games before you can begin to understand chess. Everybody said that, from Capablanca to Fischer.

Larry Evans

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