First, links to a few unrelated projects:

Click here to reach another project of mine: a book on classical english rhetoric.

Or here for another: a book on rhetorical uses of metaphor.

Or here for a book of tools for thinking about legal questions.

Or here for those interested in a book about the law of restitution (you never know!).

Below are links to more on chess tactics; let me know of others and they will be added:

Chess Tactics Server:

Chess cafe tactics puzzles here. server:

Tactics trainer:

Chess tempo: an interesting chess blog. Check it out. is an interesting and enthusiastic new site for developing tactical skill. It has lessons, many of which point back to this site, and a number of other resources as well.

A new source for more tactical instruction:

Dave Regis's site, the Exeter Chess Club Coaching Page, has an outstanding collection of free lessons on many aspects of the game, including chess tactics.

Dan Heisman's site,, contains a wealth of fine instructional material of various sorts, again including chess tactics, that may be of interest to you if you like this site. is still another first-rate source of online instruction: chess tactics and more; some of it is free.

The Chess Cafe, of course, has lots of good stuff, including a fine links page.

Michael Goeller has an extensive index of good online chess resources, along with some other interesting material devised by the author.

Mark Weeks's "About Chess" page is another great place to go to find learning materials -- his own, and links to those of others.

A.J. Goldsby's Cool Links page is a tremendous collection of links to chess resources; and he has a lot of other nifty stuff here.

The University of Pittsburgh Chess Club Page has another impressive collection of links.

The Reluctant Messenger's site also has links to good stuff on chess tactics.

Stuart the Maniac's Chess Closet has lots of useful links to chess sites with ratings of them; there is other interesting stuff there, too, including a system of inquiries to consider before making a move.

The Chess Drum has a useful section in its chess academy section on chess tactics; it includes some very nice exercises that I recommend.

And then there is All the King's Men, a fine source of chess sets, and , Chess Books Online, a place to buy chess books.

Another source of lovely handmade chess sets:

More good sources of chess links:

The Essential Links site.

Bill Wall's site.

Rick Kennedy has an interesting new blog up on the Jerome Gambit.

Come back soon for more.