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“Problem composition in Chess history has been the endeavor to provide entertainment for past and present Chess players enthusiasts. Manuscript collections of Chess problems are known to have been made a thousand years ago. Although Alain White did more than any other player to promote worldwide interest in Chess problems, players like Samuel Loyd, Philip Klett, William A. Shinkman, etc., have created many beautiful compositions.” --Kenneth S. Howard


Mate in one Mate in two Mate in three Mate in four Mate in five Mate in nine Mate in 1/9 moves


The minimum elements required to checkmate the opponent's King are as follows:

King+Queen
King and Queen
checkmate
King+Rook
King and Rook
checkmate
King+Bishop+Bishop
King and two Bishops
checkmate
King+Bishop+Knight
King, Bishop & Knight
checkmate
A combination of a King and two Knights alone cannot force a checkmate

Interactive middlegame Chess problems

Problem #01 Problem #02 Problem #03 Problem #04 Problem #05 Problem #06
Problem #07 Problem #08 Problem #09 Problem #10 Problem #11 Problem #12
Problem #13 Problem #14 Problem #15 Problem #16 Problem #17 Problem #18
Problem #19 Problem #20 Problem #21 Problem #22 Problem #23 Problem #24
Problem #25 Problem #26 Problem #27 Problem #28 Problem #29 Problem #30
Middlegame basics: Pawn structure, pattern recognition, piece mobility & positional advantage

Interactive endgame Chess problems
King+Pawn
King + Pawn
endgame
Rook+Pawn
Rook + Pawn
endgame
Queen+Bishop+Knight
Queen + minor pieces
endgame
Bishop+Knight+Pawn
Minor pieces + Pawn endgame
Problem #01 Problem #02 Problem #03 Problem #04 Problem #05 Problem #06
Problem #07 Problem #08 Problem #09 Problem #10 Problem #11 Problem #12
Problem #13 Problem #14 Problem #15 Problem #16 Problem #17 Problem #18
Problem #19 Problem #20 Problem #21 Problem #22 Problem #23 Problem #24
Problem #25 Problem #26 Problem #27 Problem #28 Problem #29 Problem #30
Endgame basics: Triangulation, Lucena & Philidor position, zugzwang, opposition, and draw

Interactive Chess problems from actual Grandmasters games

Fischer vs Tal Steinitz vs Chigorin Taimanov vs Tal Byrne vs Fischer
Reshevsky vs Fischer Waitzkin vs Frumkin Game of the Century Fischer vs Schweber
Kasparov vs Topalov Deep Blue vs Kasparov Rotlewi vs Rubinstein
Botvinnik vs Capablanca Fischer vs Miagmasuren Paul Morphy vs Jabez Carr

Solutions to the above problems may vary due to the speed and power of your system


Nine challenging Java Chess Puzzles

Knight’s tour  Knight’s Tour  Knight’s tour Queen’s Quest  Queen’s Quest  Queen’s Quest Rook Connect  Rook Connect  Rook Connect
Sliding Chess  Sliding Chess  Sliding Chess Chess Word Hunt  Chess Word Hunt  Chess Word Hunt King’s Chain  King’s Chain  King’s Chain
Chess Crossword  Chess Crossword  Chess Crossword Jigsaw Chess Puzzle  Jigsaw Chess  Jigsaw Chess Puzzle Chess Cube  Chess Cube  Chess Cube

Interactive ‘just for fun’ games with visual score and final results


Tactics, Strategies, Combinations, and Sacrifices Chess Puzzles

 5628 Tactical & Strategic Chess problems to review in a PGN viewer

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