|Black to move|
I like the attraction into the sandwich of ill intentions.
Tactical training status:
Studied 2841, Learned 300
I'm not going to lie, today was a bit more grueling than others. I wasn't in the mood and I was sloppy. I might do that unit over again. However, I'm happy I pushed through. They'll be more days like this. I'm a bit ahead of my schedule, so I might go easy tomorrow, combined with some soft study of something else.
Chessimo is technically spaced repetition, but the 'spacing' is crude, based more on how quickly you are moving through the problems. Spaced repetition is on a perpetual to-do list over at ChessTempo. CPT 3.3 handles tactics but has crude spaced repetition, CPT 4 has scheduled spaced repetition but doesn't handle tactics.
There's an Anki deck of tactics; I haven't looked at it yet. It seems to me that it's a straightforward matter to build Anki decks of chess positions:
Position file --> Scid --> use the Engine Analyze Each Position feature --> Save analysis as variations or commentary --> Export --> Parse and chop into Anki-able text file --> automate diagram production via Winboard, Crafty, or whatever tool works best. Actually, you could do the bulk via Crafty command line scripting and the annotate[h] functions.