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One of the most important aspects of chess is tactics. In order to become a good practical chess player and win these chess games it is necessary to solve tactics problems on daily bases. Only then your brain will adjust and become “chess-flexible” and “chess-oriented”. If you dedicate at least 20-30 minutes per day of your valuable time to solving tactics your chess playing ability will greatly improve. You will be able to see more tactics in the games you play and will use it for offense and defense altogether.
It is the same with other strategy games such as poker. You can benefit from practicing your tactical approach when faced with different situations. This equally applies when playing online and in person. Practice makes the player - you never know, you might feel lucky enough to try online options for real money.
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