Advertorial | May 19, 2012 12:23

Sunday, May 20th: World Chess tactics battle II at Chessity

Sunday, May 20th: World Chess tactics battle II at Chessity

A real chess training revolution!

Last week we wrote about Chessity.com, and on May 13th Chessity organized an amazing chess tactic battle. Users where thrilled about this chess training competition!

(Advertorial)


Here's what some of the users said about this chess tactics battle:

• "Very exiting to play!"
• "More enjoyable than blitz, while you sharpen your chess tactics!"
• "Learning and fun comes together."

Tomorrow you have a second change to join. Sunday, May 20th and also Sunday, May 27th, Chessity will organize the world chess tactics battle again! This free event will start at 20:00 CET (18:00 GMT) and will last for 30 minutes.

Besides that, in fact you can start a training right now!

Learn more about Chessity
This brand new chess portal is offering a wide range of services for chess players that want to improve their game skills. With a simple interface and running on great backend software, Chessity is a hassle-free training environment. You will never need to download, install or update anything in order to enjoy the exercises and training courses.

Learn more about the World Chess tactics battle
Allow yourself some extra fun during your chess tactics training!

The winner of the week event will win a book and/or a chess tutor. There are also ten premium accounts to win. Every week three players will win a one month membership. The first player on May 27, 2012 also wins a premium membership for one year.

Event rules (read more rules here)

  1. The event will last 30 minutes and will be played using the Chessbox game format only.
  2. Every chessplayer is solving chess puzzles on his own level!
  3. To become the winner of the tournament, you need to collect game points.

Chess box game rules (full info here)

  1. Collect points to win this game! The most important thing here is picking the right chess boxes! Apart from solving the chess puzzles of course.
  2. Each chess box contains a chess puzzle with a different level of difficulty. In addition, we put points, bombs or free rides to success in your chess boxes.

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