I like http://chesstempo.com and http://chess.emrald.net

Are there any others?

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    Stack Exchange doesn't generally work well for questions that are just polling the community. The guidance is "real questions have answers, not items or ideas or opinions." That always sounds crazy to a new community, but trust me, avoiding these recommendation questions (especially early in the best) has proven itself time and time again as the core community starts to see where it all goes wrong. I urge you to read this short blog post: Real Questions Have Answers because I am running out of room here. Thanks. – Robert Cartaino May 2 '12 at 15:00
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    I disagree with this. It is hypocrytical to be able to ask this question: chess.stackexchange.com/questions/34/…, but not be able to ask a question about sites dedicated to Chess tactics? – xaisoft May 2 '12 at 15:06
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    It's not hypocritical at all. This site is one day old. There's no core community to actively moderate, yet, so the slow response time in closing that post is just part of forming a new community that is still trying to find its way through these issues. – Robert Cartaino May 2 '12 at 16:02
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    Chesstempo is the best one by far. – BlueRaja - Danny Pflughoeft May 3 '12 at 6:53

Chesstempo.com is the one I use. It's pretty excellent. I'd like to hear if there's a better one, though.



Free: 5 problems/day


chessity.com is fun, and the free membership offers 20 puzzles/day and access to multiplayer games.


chess24.com 5 free problems a day.


Lichess.org has both tactics and opening training.


Take a look at this.This chessbase site is pretty useful.

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