Interactive chess puzzles featuring the most famous composed endgame studies.

Each set of puzzles focuses on one famous chess study. The puzzle sets follow the scheme that the first puzzle is simply the study itself which needs to be solved by playing all the significant White moves while the computer plays the Black side. The second puzzle requires the student to replay all the significant lines of the solution for both sides while reading the score of the solution. The third puzzle also requires playing for both sides but without looking at the solution this time. The fourth puzzle requires playing for both sides blindfold by looking at the solution while the fifth puzzle requires a blindfold replaying of all the solution for both sides without any hints.

1. Study 1. H. Otten, 1891.

Interactive puzzles and exercises allowing the student to first solve the famous Otten’s study on their own and then to keep on drilling in many different ways to engrain the solution in the mind.

2. Study 2. P. Heuacker, 1930.

Interactive puzzles and exercises allowing the student to first solve the famous Heuacker’s study on their own and then to keep on drilling in many different ways to engrain the solution in the mind.

3. Study 3. R. Reti, 1921.

Interactive puzzles and exercises allowing the student to first solve the famous Reti’s study on their own and then to keep on drilling in many different ways to engrain the solution in the mind.

4. Study 4. F. Saavedra, 1895.

Interactive puzzles and exercises allowing the student to first solve the famous Saavedra’s study on their own and then to keep on drilling in many different ways to engrain the solution in the mind.

5. Other famous studies

A collection of other famous studies by renowned composers.