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Excalibur 911E-3 King Master III Electronic Chess & Checkers Game


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  • Estimated rating of 1750
  • Magnetic chess pieces
  • Game-saving memory
  • Storage compartment for your pieces
  • 72 levels of chess, and 16 levels of checkers
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 15 x 2.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0042VIHMQ
  • Item model number: XC5547BK
  • Our recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 12 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,389 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

Now you can enjoy an exciting game of chess or checkers in one electronic game.

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Electronic Chess and Checkers.

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Customer Reviews

Ordred a Kingmaster lll after it wore out .had to send two back.
Franky
Lots of different levels, so as you get better you can have more challenging games.
Joan
It has a great little compartment for the pieces under the board.
Jenny

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By MWin on August 7, 2008
I bought the tabletop checkers and chess computer King Master III. In my judgement it plays chess at about 1500 Elo, but its checkers program is stronger. It's good training for the average checkers club player, I believe. In checkers, it makes only one theoretical move towards the centre, then it starts to think. One can always take back that move and make another, if one wants greater variety. One must allow it 15 seconds or more, I think. Strategically (in checkers) it has the usual tendency to conquer space on the flanks instead of the centre, so one can often get a positional advantage. But, of course, that doesn't mean that the game is won. But it tries to develop the single corner piece, which is good.

The checker pieces are quite easy to move by pressing them gently against the board. It functions finely. Also the chess pieces are attractive. The board only gives the moves in chess coordinates (there are no lights indicating the positions). When playing chess as black, one must turn the board. This places the move display upside-down, but it is readable anyway. One cannot play games with time control. Its knowledge of chess theory is scarce but big enough to create variety (Ruy Lopez, French, Russian defence, etc.). It doesn't know English opening or the Closed Sicilian, but plays well enough, except in certain open variants. In chess, it's too weak for the average club player. However, these tabletops are excellent for playing blindfold chess and blindfold checkers. One can play without pieces by just pressing the squares. As one can verify position, it's ideal for blindfold play. Then it becomes useful also to strong players. As the unit is cheap I think it's worth its price.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Snuffy X on February 26, 2010
Forget about the chess for a minute, this is the almost the only set that lets you play checkers against a computer with real pieces, so you can study what you're doing. Overall it's 10" by 12" could be rested on your lap but meant for a tabletop. 8" by 8" playing area, meaning 1" squares, 5/8" diameter magnetic checkers that are just right for the board but big enough to handle easily. Of course you get magnetic plastic chess pieces.
In addition to playing full games against the machine, you can set up any chess or checkers position, and play out the situation againt the computer. It's really good way to go over practice examples or chess puzzles from books. Of course checkers is so dead there are no instruction books anymore, but you can find some public domain works online that you can print out, search for "Checkers Made Easy" by Arthur Reisman, also try [...]
The chess program obviously isn't grand master level, but it plays fair and makes logical moves. Fine for a beginner up to intermediate, I guess. Another review on Amazon gives a rating number. It also has a fun and instructive "Training Mode" for chess where you play against the computer with just your kings and your pawns, to learn how to handle pawns with no distractions, then just kings, pawns and bishops, then kings, pawns and rooks, etc. Lets a student see the moves of each piece very clearly.
(Another review mentioned TROUBLE CASTLING, the trick might be that you have to MOVE THE KING FIRST, so the computer knows what you are doing. If you move the rook first, the computer thinks you only wanted to move the rook, end of turn.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Coffee on July 25, 2011
My gran has been teaching herself chess from a book, but did not own an actual chess set. Also, since she lives alone, she does not always have someone present to play chess with.

I purchased this for my gran for her 86th birthday. I figured that a set like this would give her the opportunity to challenge herself and would give her a break from crossword puzzles. I will add however that my gran is always willing to learn new things and is not afraid of technology. She is however both a novice at chess and computers.

I briefly tested the set out with my gran on her birthday. You move a piece by pressing down on the square that the piece is on before moving it and then pressing it down again once it is moved. That way the PC can keep track of your moves. The PC then cycles through a number of possible moves for it to take, and then asks that you make the desired move on its behalf. This is done in the same way, but first pressing the opponent piece down on the square it is on, then moving it and pressing it down again. It looks a little outdated, but it does the job.

If you get stymied, there is also a "Hint" button to help you out. It is also great how all the pieces fit into the box so that they cannot get lost, but I did find them a bit on the small side. You can use pieces from another chess set if you wish, this was my first plan.. However, the board itself is quite small, so you will need to keep this in mind.

Well, needless to say, my gran was very thrilled with her gift.
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