Choose your board carefully. A top-down point of view gives
you the best vantage point for strategy.
The "Visual Thinking" window, available in the Game Room,
allows you to observe your computer opponent's train of
thought on a minichessboard. If you have trouble visualizing
several moves in advance, using this feature can help.
Use the Classroom to perfect your game. Start with lessons
that seem below your skill level; you'll probably pick up
pointers that you hadn't originally considered.
Don't overlook the Library. Visit this room to observe past
matches between masters. If you pay close attention, you can
learn lots of strategies and techniques.