A free and open-source chess improvement app that combines the power of Lichess and Anki.
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Check out the documentation:
|Setup chessli||How to set chessli up|
|Games & Mistakes||How to learn from your games|
|Openings||How to build an opening repertoire|
|Tactics||How to get better at tactics|
|Anki Cards||How to use chessli’s anki cards|
- Automatically fetch your games and played tactics puzzles from
berserkpython client for the Lichess API.!
- Find your mistakes by parsing your games and analysing them with
- Build a simple opening repertoire and list your known openings
- Spaced repetition & Retrieval Practice: Automatically (via
apy) or manually (via csv export) add your game mistakes, your openings and your tackled lichess puzzles into
- Stats and visualizations: Seamlessly show
lichess leaderboardsor plot your
pip. See here for help.
Install chessli with
pip install chessli
To get help about
chesslis commands, open your console and type:
The same works for subcommands, e.g., :
chessli games --help
You can find an overview of all availabe cli-commands here in the docs.
Now as you are familiar with the basics, you might want to walk through the tutorial to get the most out of
chessli! Start with setting up chessli.
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||A free and open-source flashcard program using spaced-repetition, a technique from cognitive science for fast and long-lasting memorization. I couldn’t imagine learning without it anymore.|
||The interactive chess functionality on Chessli’s anki cards is based from these fantastic cards.|
||Most of the heavy lifting, e.g. parsing games, finding mistakes, extracting openings, etc. is done with
||The communication between
||The rich colors and fancy tables are made possible by
||Importing cards directly into anki without csv-export can be done via