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Problem Side Move Level
Task #2 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #3 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #4 Black 2 ход 1 (Low)
Task #5 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #58 White 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #59 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #60 White 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #61 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #62 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #63 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #64 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #65 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #66 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #67 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #68 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #69 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #70 White 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #71 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #72 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #73 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #74 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #75 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #76 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #77 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #78 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #79 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #80 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #81 Black 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #82 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #83 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #84 White 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #85 White 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #86 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #87 Black 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #88 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #89 White 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #90 Black 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #91 White 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #92 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #93 Black 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #94 Black 1 ход 2 (Low)
Task #95 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #96 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #97 Black 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #98 Black 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #99 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #100 Black 3 ход 6 (Medium)
Task #101 Black 2 ход 3 (Low)
Task #102 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)
Task #103 Black 1 ход 1 (Low)

What is a chess problem?

Chess problem - the position of the pieces on the board, accompanied by the task that needs to be solved. Such a task can be to obtain a numerical advantage in the game, or to declare checkmate to the opponent in a certain number of game moves, for example, checkmate in 1 move , checkmate in two moves.

Constant solution of chess compositions is necessary to improve the level of your game, develop combination vision, when you can quickly assess the position and find ways to attack or defend, checkmate and win. To successfully develop your abilities, it is enough to devote 30-40 minutes a day to solving tactical tasks.

On our site, tasks are divided into difficulty levels according to the number of moves, how many pieces are on the board. This is the best solver, you can solve problems, watch video tutorials on various topics.

How are tasks for beginners useful?

Regular exercises in solving chess studies perfectly develop intelligence, and at any age. Even simple tasks with answers help:

  • A faster search for the correct move in the game among chess players;
  • Development of logic and thinking, making interesting combinations;
  • Ability to find a way out even in a difficult position;
  • Math skills are developed for children.

The most exciting are tasks involving checkmate in 1 move, white or black pieces start. Place a checkmate in two moves or checkmate in two moves or in three moves is already aerobatics, allowing you to move on to learning a full-fledged game of chess for participation in competitions and tournaments. It is recommended to start them after successfully mastering simpler chess puzzles and rules.

Until recently, scarce collections of problems were on the shelves of bookstores, but now the Internet and interactive online chess problems for beginners with answers and solutions provide huge opportunities, some of them were developed by the authors specifically for preschool and school children. They allow you to play online, disassemble game miniatures, complex tasks. There are variants of problem books for adults with different levels of training.

Solving chess problems for free on sites can teach the game of chess practically from scratch, like a coach, such Internet resources as Chessday, Chessfield. The rating and activity of a chess player is considered. Correctly selected materials.