Originally posted by buffalobillVery good, and very detailed.
Nice one here. It's well laid out and looks good: http://www.chesstactics.org/
Originally posted by RagnorakYeah, I've seen it, but it's a serious eyesore. For some reason, chess players can't do Web design - like the Exeter chess club, there's tons of stuff there, but awful to find.
Very good, and very detailed.
Here are some good problems to put the theory learned from chesstactics.org to the test...
[EDIT] You can't solve them online, but just use chesspad for setting up the positions.
Originally posted by buffalobillYeah, but the actual puzzle pages are white background and black writing. Its just the navigating pages that are nasty, and thankfully you don't have to look at them for too long.
Yeah, I've seen it, but it's a serious eyesore. For some reason, chess players can't do Web design - like the Exeter chess club, there's tons of stuff there, but awful to find.
Originally posted by WildfireEven better than that. It's very, very good - easily the best on the Web. I've been working through the more advanced mating tactics which are comprehensive and huge. It's also extremely logical and progressive, unlike others which are more haphazard. It's also accurate - in the (maybe) 100 pages I've gone through, I can't spot a single error and not even a typo.
Originally posted by ISKOkay, try this. The opening page redirects to a university site. This is the expanded view of the directory at that site without the front page:
Site died ? chesstatics.org is one big 404 for me, anyone get it ok ? or know if its cashed somplace ? checked googles and thats empty