As per the title; instead of the typical chess puzzle in which a side has to play and find the best move, you were given a couple moves and then were asked about the resulting position.

I guess I found it a couple years ago, lost track of it, and after some googling I've found nothing at all.

The idea is quite similar to the answer provided by @bramwhqb: https://listudy.org/en/blind-tactics/547

  • I don't understand. Do you mean any couple of moves? Do you mean real chess games that may not have a clear solution? Jul 2, 2022 at 2:32
  • @DanielAlfredoSottile, what I'm looking for is very similar to this study in lichess: listudy.org/en/blind-tactics/547
    – emdio
    Jul 7, 2022 at 9:20
  • The book Test Your Tactical Ability by Yakov Neishtadt includes some such puzzles with more variety though. However, most puzzles in it are just regular puzzles, but sometimes a move or two or even some lines are asked to be evaluated or what what would happen if such moves/lines had been played, etc. to make it easier rather than solving from the get-go. Good question. +1, although I wasn't aware of the website. And Neishtadt's book differs from it with only a minority of puzzles with such hints.
    – user32756
    Jul 7, 2022 at 16:30

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You mean blindfold puzzles. The only site I know that has them is listudy: https://listudy.org/en/blind-tactics/547


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