Solitaire Chess - Brain Fitness Edition
So you want to learn to play chess, but you hate to lose while mastering a new game. Enter Solitaire Chess, a clever game from ThinkFun that lets you learn the game or sharpen your skills without risking the aforementioned agony of defeat.
Here’s how it works: You start with 10 chess pieces and 80 challenges. Just set up the board as shown on the challenge card and then use the rules of chess to move and capture pieces. When there’s just one piece left on the board, you win and get to move onto the next challenge card in the deck.
Like the original game, Solitaire Chess will exercise your critical thinking, spatial, analytical and decision making skills.
The IdeaLearn and sharpen chess skills though 60 increasingly difficult challenges.
The BrainsExercise critical-thinking, spatial, analytical, & decision-making skills.
The A-HaEvery move must claim a piece & only one piece can remain.
Brain Health Expert Says
The Brain Coach Says
Train yourself to Bobby Fischer status.
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For all chess players
Great critical thinking game
Cognitive Rehab in a Box
How To Play
How to Play: Select a challenge card and slide it under the clear board. Using the moves allowed in traditional chess, capture each piece on the board until there is only one piece remaining. Each move must capture a piece. How to Win: When there is only one piece left, you have solved that challenge card. Try to solve all 80!Download PDF Rules Of The Game