Hello, I'm a quite good chess player (2000 on lichess) who just began draughts 2 days ago. "easy" I fought.
It figures out that I'm a dramatically bad player (27 defeats in 32 games) and I wondered what was the best way to improve myself and stop being torn out at every single game... I can't even beat the computer at lvl1 !!
Unlike chess I'm not playing draughts very seriously, but I think their still could be a way to do beter than just playing blitz all the time. Thanks for your answers !
I'd recommend solving a lot of puzzles, until you start to see more patterns which will help you in games.
@Bad_Rabbit06, I just want you to see this forum: lidraughts.org/forum/general-draughts-discussion/checkers-is-soo-hard
And those useful links:
And those studies:
lidraughts.org/study/4Rb667KU lidraughts.org/study/ow5abxxF lidraughts.org/study/SvCu9KQk
I hope it helps ;)
Tjalling's Pre-Course In Draughts is a good study series to look at. in the studies tab