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Chess Puzzle of The Day

Keres-Spassky, 1955

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"I was unlucky, like my country." – Estonian Grandmaster Paul Keres' explanation of why he never became world champion.

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Everyday we update our chess puzzle of the day to present a fun and challenging chess position from chess history. Your job is to try to find the right sequence of moves to either end in checkmate or a won position. Good luck!

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One of the key ways to improve your chess is to improve your tactical ability. Often, these chess puzzles from history feature chess positions where a tactic or combination of tactics result in victory, and with daily practice you should be able to improve your ability to spot tactics in your own games!

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