I've been studying chess hard for the past year, and have generally come to the conclusion that I'm a positional player who loves closed games, knight maneuvers and putting my rooks on the opponent's 7th rank. I'm happy with my opening repertoire which can be found here: lichess.org/study/bmWAylqe I also love tactics when I can find them, but most of the time I can't find them. I can spot simple knight forks and pins maybe 3 moves deep, but when I try to do some lichess tactical puzzles, I end up taring my hair out. I'm very far off from a tactical player, but does this necessarily mean I have a tactical weakness? How can I learn new elements of tracking down tactics and improving tactical vision?