You have an extensive list of trainings that help you to materially improve your chess:
- Check your memory on a chessboard - you have to memorise a set of chess pieces on a board and then place them yourself on a blank board.
- Find all moves - your King is in check. Find all legal moves available to you (or your opponent).
- Becoming a knight tamer - great ways to improve your understanding of how a knight moves
- Moves between two positions - compare two positions and figure out what moves are needed to get from one to the other
- The board at a glance - visualisation exercise - memorise pieces on a board and answer questions about them (square colour, position, attacking, attacked)
- Coordinate training - click on the correct square as fast as you can
- Writing down moves of a game - write down the move that was just made by the computer
- Training positions - a collection of checkmates, endgames and other tactical patterns for practice
- Learn tactics by repetition - more checkmates and tactics
- Find best move - a great function where you can replay challenging positions from your own games
- Your daily test - play puzzles against the engine
- Determine your calculating power - advanced visualisation training
- Turn on the lights - further tactics training by category
- Play like a Grandmaster - emulate your favourite GMs by replaying their moves
- Captures and threats in a game - visualise moves from games and then say which pieces can be captured and what pieces are threatened by the opponent.
- Count moves - play through games and count all legal moves possible in a given position
- Resistance Test - play against an engine without losing more than 100 centipawns
- Learn a game - memorise important games by either repeating moves or finding the move played for a given side.
- Training with a book - Learn all the possible moves in a book of GM openings
- Training mates - learn mate in 1 up to mate in 7
- Mate in 1½ - find the mate in 3 half-moves (plies)
- Endings with Gaviota Tablebases - find mates with Gaviota Tablebases
6. Long-term trainings
- Training on a map - Play situations from games that have occurred in certain countries
- Transsiberian Railway - Solve puzzles to travel along the Transsib
- Expeditions to the Everest - You play against certain openings (e.g. against the Caro-Kann) to climb the Everest
- The Washing Machine
7. Game related trainings (these are seen in the Database view clicking on "Train")
- Play against a game - Pick a side (White or Black) and replay each move of a game, trying to find the best move. You then get scored against the actual move and against the best engine move.
- Create a tactics training - If you have a database of chess puzzles, you can turn them into actual tactics trainings with this function.