Easy Ways of Taking Pawns and Pieces [↓]
Rating: 800-1200 ELO
Difficulty: beginner player
Topics: Tactics, Middlegame
The course is intended for players who are already acquainted with the rules of the game. If you are a beginner, you just cannot afford to give away your piece in 1 move – presuming, of course, that you wish to improve your play! Another thing you cannot afford is to miss a chance of grabbing an undefended piece of your opponent’s! This course includes more than 5800 exercises with lots of pieces on the board. Such a great number of exercises makes this course an excellent tool for quick training of chess beginners. Even if you study and solve only 20% of exercises you are sure to improve your chess skills and not to miss a chance to take an undefended piece in your practical game!
All the exercises are taken from practical games and arranged according to the names of pieces and difficulty levels.
You get plenty of feedback and opportunity to track your progress.
Study the training material and test your knowledge
Review your rating history
Keep track of the progress of multiple users. Compete against your friends and family members
Practice by playing against a chess program
System requirements: IBM-compatible PC, 64 Mb RAM, Hard Disk 50 Mb of free disk space, Windows 8/7/XP/Vista. No additional software required.