I always struggle to be strategic in combat, despite having read plenty of guides and suggestions for being better. In thinking of ways to get better, I thought about Chess Puzzles, which are used to help people get better at chess by helping recognize the best move when not feeling pressured by being in the middle of a game.
I figured something similar could work with D&D combat. Sure, there are more potential "pieces" and "moves", but I figured that just by practicing different scenarios I could hopefully get better at combat in general.
Before diving in and making my own puzzles, are there any resources like this currently out there? Or any resources that would make creating such puzzles easier?

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