Press Release about Puzzle Inception
Frankfurt am Main, March 13th, 2023
A new mode in chess training has been released by ChessPuzzle.net, and it promises to take chess improvement to a new level. Puzzle Inception offers a unique and innovative approach to chess training that focuses on developing two key skills: positional evaluation and tactical alertness. Unlike traditional puzzle modes, which only offer players one type of challenge, Puzzle Inception provides a variety of puzzles that require players to evaluate the position and choose from five possible outcomes. Some positions have tactics, while others don't, so players must be alert and ready to spot opportunities when they arise.
"With Puzzle Inception, I'm addressing one of the most common criticisms of training with chess puzzles: That you always know that a tactical solution is possible. Well, now you don't. Tactical alertness is a skill that can make the difference between a win and a loss in chess," says Martin Bennedik, creator of Puzzle Inception. "Traditional puzzle modes can only take you so far because they always give you a hint that a tactic is present. In real games, however, you never know when a tactical opportunity will arise. With Puzzle Inception, players learn to evaluate positions and spot tactics on their own, which is critical for success in competitive play."
Positional evaluation is another key skill that is developed through Puzzle Inception. By providing players with a variety of positions and asking them to evaluate the position, players learn to assess the strengths and weaknesses of a position, which is important for making strategic decisions in the game.
The mode is currently in open beta, and players are invited to try it out and provide feedback.
Chess grandmaster Peter Svidler has already given Puzzle Inception his stamp of approval: "Very interesting and definitely a concept that's been missing. I like it!"
More information about ChessPuzzle.net: ChessPuzzle.net offers chess puzzles for players of all levels, from beginner to grandmaster. All puzzles are based on tournament games. ChessPuzzle.net has been one of the biggest chess websites for several years. Puzzles are free to play. Puzzle Academy, a personalized learning solution, is included in the Premium subscription.