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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
This is a superior tournament chess set that includes triple weighted, cream and black plastic chessmen boasting a 4 inch king. Each set of chess pieces is made of the best quality plastic and displays exquisite workmanship in the traditional Staunton design with a hefty collective weight of approximately 2 lbs. Pieces have felted bottoms and come packaged in heavy zip lock bags. Our green and white vinyl roll-up board with 2.25 inch squares includes algebraic notation for game analysis. This set meets the World Chess Federation's (FIDE) height, weight, and proportions standards for tournament play. Comes with a deluxe black canvas bag with over-the-shoulder handle and room left for a chess clock.
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It is a bit expensive, but it was a very long decision process. We were searching for a good mat and bag combination that could be fit with other chess sets, but we like to try the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Giovana Torres
These are excellent sets. They are nicely weighted and the bags are fantastic. There is a pocket for a clock. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael P
I really like the quality of this set. The bag is excellent, the pieces are heavy and the board is large. Considering "what you get for ehat you pay", it really worths.Published 3 months ago by Luiz C. C. Rocha
Great set at a great price. The triple-weighed pieces are well worth paying a little extra for. Bought this as a second set to have handy for parties and events. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brad Sharp
A well made set for the money. It's perfect for the portable setup and the case is nice. The pieces are well made and weighted nicely. I get lots of compliments on it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Glen C.
The first set was smudged (there was a dark stripe running along the white squares) so we returned it... The second one that came was even worse.Published 8 months ago by Theresa Hover