FAQs / What is the difference between the Training Room, Checkmate, and Game Play environments?

The “Training Room” takes the student through puzzles, exercises and lessons at the level matching the child’s chess ability. As the student progresses, the training room content changes to more challenging material.

“Checkmate” is a flexible practice environment for checkmating the computer using a pre-defined group of pieces (like a Rook ands Queen, for example).

“Game Play” allows the student to play full chess games against the computer at the student’s level.

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