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CT-ART 6.0 - Is it worth it? 
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 CT-ART 6.0 - Is it worth it?
Hello everyone!

I need some advice:

I am an intermediate player who is hungry to improve quickly.

A friend of mine -who also acts as my chess coach- advised me to focus on tactics for now and he suggested that I should buy the CT-ART 6.0 (he promised I will never need to buy another tactics software/book/DVD ever again!).

He said that this is the newest version of what he considers the best tactics software out there. He also showed me a link with the lowest price on the internet: ... count-pack

Do you guys think this is an investment worth making?

He also told me there are more than 10,000 puzzles of increasing difficulty in CT-ART 6.0.

Is this true?!?

Thanks in advance!


Wed May 25, 2016 8:56 am
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 Re: CT-ART 6.0 - Is it worth it?
The prize isn't too high for that. However, you could also use free stuff from the internet.
If you prefer paper or .pdf you can use:
They have ~6500 puzzles, 100 in each .pdf

Or in .pgn and .cbv
"only" 1400 puzzles up to now. Of course to read those you need a database program like Scid or ScidvsPC or Fritz or whatever.
There used to be a 3500 puzzles database available that I cannot find now.

Or download which has also some training features, puzzles and so on included.

Veni, vidi, fleri!

Wed May 25, 2016 1:21 pm
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