Develop your spatial visualization and your memory capacity, as well as your mastery of the chessboard geometry, through the movements of the horse and its jumps on the board, which are progressively automated until you reach mastery, regardless of your game level, so that you can implement it almost without noticing it during your games.
Train your abstract reasoning and develop creative thinking strategies to solve chess problems from all categories, while increasing your tactical capacity in chess. Undoubtedly the resource that will make you quickly improve your playing level and the essential tool to develop combinations in chess.
Increase and improve your mental mathematical calculation capacity, developing thought strategies and exercising your short-term memory, mentally performing mathematical operations for all levels, which will help you get your mental activity up and running, especially at the beginning of your training sessions.
Develop your spatial visualization and optimize decisions to find the best locations of the different chess pieces along the board, by training a key tactical resource al all chess levels, such as the generation of double attacks and skewers to win chess material.
Train your abstract reasoning, spatial visualization and learn to perfectly master the horse movements in chess, calculating the best paths to move the horse along the board, learning to optimize movements and drawing strategic plans to carry them out.
Exercise your attention and visualization capacity in chess to discover the dangers in a particular position, identifying all the pieces that may be attacked by others, in different complexity positions. Undoubtedly the basis of chess training to not forget any material threat.
Train your memory and concentration capacity by visualizing the position of all the chess pieces on the board, reconstructing the positions that are presented with different difficulty levels, both in terms of the number of pieces and structure.
Train your concentration, attention capacity and detail perception by visualizing the Chessboard and position schemes with different pieces number and structure, discovering the differences between one position and another.