More tactics training
Today I read about a new tactics training website  from chessbase, and I decided to try it right away.
At first sight it looks nice. A pleasant chessboard and ready to solve the first puzzle, whether registered/joined or not.
Having tried it for some time (more than 100 puzzles) I must say that I'm not too keen about it. Let's say that it leaves quite some room for improvement.
For example :
- There's no public comments option (Which chess.com TT and chesstempo.com do have, and ideachess.com to some extend).
- There's no way to scroll back through the moves after solving it, to be easily able to share the puzzle with others (No scrolling back, no FEN export, no tactic puzzle number clearly visible, or a separate weblink for the specific available).
- Hints are often unclear or confusing. (6 highlighted pawns ? hmmm)
- Often there's only 1 move in the solution, not showing any side line variations, even when one would expect that very much.
- There's a tactics rating, and ranking stats, but a bit limited.
- Some of the puzzles are weird or silly (yes, really).
A few of the good things :
- Nice big chessboard.
- The option to lose and win points within one puzzle, per move.
- Send feedback to chessbase button
My conclusion is that chesstempo.com is still the number 1 tactics training website (with chess.com TT as nr.2) and Chessbase has still some work to do to improve their tactics training website.
Here's a few puzzles to share.
I'll start with a weird one :
 In dutch language :
In english :
Chess.com TT :