TEST TOPLISTS


The data comes from the rating achieved and the percentage of performance achieved at that level.

Top lists of skill developing tests


1. Wulfy2611
2. nemethjanos2606
3. HoranyiMiki2364
4. MorgoBorg2254
5. Sakkzseni2222
6. MSZL1915
7. jebela1714
8. holzmann1662
9. haramis1611
10. doromb20011593
11. Zsombokra1463
12. Csaklassan1414
13. hbaka_781378
14. king19871366
15. ToalmasiH1360
16. KisZzzz1354
17. Borgulyas1344
18. BrandAndi1264
19. Alapka191259
20. felbeni1259
21. traubent1240
22. Bordonka1228
23. somost911199
24. Tempkert1194
25. perczelzoli1181
26. terembura211165
27. abdulla20001140
28. hvendeg1127
29. punhague1127
30. Morfondos1106
31. Queenone1093
32. Hova20201076
33. kalpag19671066
34. krono19891066
35. Tlkn20061032
36. utitoka071032
37. krmrtaa1031
38. EgyAros1013
39. Gambit1946998
40. krom45h4991
41. Kissnad988
42. Donbonkap981
43. indaiane978
44. csomag1987974
45. K1982toni969
46. iazooka962
47. pozdor12961
48. robotkas952
49. Egyremegy928
50. arnikiss898
51. Garam04884
52. axioma0857
53. csomor7474855
54. mutatvany846
55. andornax843
56. orbita01812
57. mugliver14805
58. formose770
59. abauj1234722
60. clomp123717
61. Igasfer23699
62. idofoga655
63. Telebes67648
64. bordo3000501

Top lists of skill developing trainings


1. nemethjanos2559
2. Wulfy2316
3. MorgoBorg2145
4. orbita011686
5. krmrtaa1597
6. MSZL1510
7. Tempkert1476
8. aurigas1452
9. utitoka071441
10. Hova20201397
11. axioma01317
12. Bordonka1271
13. K1982toni1256
14. Zsombokra1205
15. Egyremegy1185
16. csomag19871176
17. kalpag19671175
18. iazooka1167
19. idofoga1156
20. traubent1124
21. terembura211114
22. haramis1112
23. robotkas1088
24. felbeni1081
25. Queenone1074
26. doromb20011058
27. hbaka_781047
28. Tlkn20061019
29. pozdor121019
30. mutatvany1014
31. krono19891013
32. krom45h4994
33. EgyAros960
34. Igasfer23958
35. Donbonkap948
36. Borgulyas945
37. king1987943
38. somost91928
39. mugliver14923
40. formose877
41. perczelzoli867
42. csomor7474862
43. Morfondos848
44. ToalmasiH844
45. bordo3000836
46. hvendeg792
47. BrandAndi749
48. KisZzzz716
49. Garam04710
50. Telebes67707
51. abauj1234684
52. clomp123674
53. Kissnad673
54. Alapka19663
55. Csaklassan649
56. geri46590
57. andornax574
58. Gambit1946438

Number of
good solutions


1. formose844
2. krono1989776
3. Tempkert774
4. Wulfy744
5. robotkas733
6. Donbonkap717
7. utitoka07711
8. doromb2001710
9. Egyremegy696
10. Morfondos674
11. clomp123670
12. csomor7474656
13. felbeni649
14. Gambit1946637
15. orbita01636
16. ToalmasiH632
17. krmrtaa623
18. pozdor12621
19. K1982toni618
20. mugliver14615
21. MorgoBorg605
22. Telebes67604
23. andornax601
24. bordo3000597
25. idofoga572
26. iazooka571
27. Bordonka561
28. krom45h4561
29. haramis558
30. KisZzzz555
31. hbaka_78552
32. Hova2020538
33. Tlkn2006525
34. somost91519
35. king1987518
36. Borgulyas513
37. kalpag1967513
38. MSZL507
39. axioma0503
40. Zsombokra499
41. BrandAndi495
42. csomag1987485
43. Igasfer23474
44. Alapka19471
45. Csaklassan468
46. Garam04468
47. abauj1234465
48. Kissnad462
49. traubent452
50. terembura21450
51. mutatvany437
52. Queenone388
53. EgyAros374
54. hvendeg343
55. nemethjanos300
56. Sakkzseni56
57. geri4644
58. aurigas19
59. abdulla200012
60. HoranyiMiki10
61. perczelzoli8
62. arnikiss7
63. holzmann2
64. jebela2
65. indaiane1
66. punhague1
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Trening for beginners
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1.Endgame: Mates
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1.Endgame: Pawn-endings
2.Endgame: Rook endings
3.Endgame: Queens and rook against the pawn
4.Endgame: Light figures endings
5.Endgame: Endgame Tactics
6.Tactics: Compound pins
7.Tactics: Deflections and attractions
8.Tactics: Back rank weaknesses
9.Tactics: Legal-mate
10.Tactics: Types of mates
11.Tactics and strategy: Initiative
12.Strategy: Improving the position of a figure
13.Position and strategy: Improvement or deterioration of pawn structure

Trening for intermediate players
1.Tactics for semi-advanced
2.Attacks for mate
3.Mates in two or three
4.Mate riddles
5.Typical mates
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Trening for advanced players
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