3 Man Chess
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- The board is 1/8 inch (3mm) thick, 19 inches (48cm) in diameter, made of PVC plastic, & weighs 12 ounces (.34kg). The 3 sections are hinged together [with a heavy cotton fiber tape that will not crack over time], and unfold to produce the round board which can be lifted, and carried to another table if necessary.
- Game comes with 48 Staunton style pieces which are solid plastic with felt bottoms, comprising 3 teams of 16 pieces each, black, gray, and ivory in color.
- King is 2.5 inches (64mm) tall, with a 1-inch (25mm) diameter base
- Includes chess board, pieces, and rule sheet packaged in shrink wrapped store shelf retail box.
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In my opinion, people who love the game of chess TEND to be chess-purists for whom tinkering with the system they have spent so much effort to master occurs as a reduction of the advantages they have fought to hold. However, I can heartily recommend this variation to you if you fall into any of the following 3 categories: 1.) You enjoy chess and are open to new ways of playing. 2.) You have already played other chess variants and enjoyed them. 3.) You know how the pieces move but want to even the playing field against players with more chess skill than you.
I'm not sure this game is well suited to players who don't have a ready familiarity with classical chess. I have found 3MC to be more open-ended and nebulous in its tactical and strategic options, and a player without much chess experience might well be overwhelmed.
The game has been well thought-out and the rules sheet (1 page, front and back!) has proven to be functionally inclusive of any and all situations I have encountered thus far in play, despite a slightly awkward presentation; it's as if you were looking at the designer's notes, unedited. The rules concerning the "moats" between opposing players' rooks are particularly crucial and a bit tricky- make sure you understand them comprehensively.
Don't underestimate how much different a round chess board is from a square one! The realized concepts of the void in the center of the board and the curving paths along the diagonals are extraordinarily innovative! Likewise, the fact that the rows of squares have become RINGS creates an extremely compelling departure from familiar chess.Read more ›
Sometimes people change the game and it is just more complex, but not really in a better way, I really think this, for all the added complexity, is fun and new and worth the effort, as well the board has a cool look, even if I do not like the color green which I find too hard to see; and I sort of suspect a non folding board would have been acceptable and less complex.
The directions are not great, and leave some things to be desired, but understand you are able to change the rules to fit your needs, I still found it well thought out and worthy. Anyone who enjoys chess and wants a cool variant that definitely is quite an extension to the classic game, highly recommended!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I totally recommend this game if you've ever enjoyed chess. I played a lot as a kid, but I never got very good. Lost interest in high school or so. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jennifer Kerns
I got two set of black pieces insted of 1 black and 1 grey :c besides that, it was a really nice productPublished 23 days ago by Faerigan
Bought for my husband and 2 sons who are really in to chess right now. A very different game than 2 man chess but they are having fun with it.Published 7 months ago by jen
I bought this game for my son who plays chess since he was 5. He played against two allied armies, so it was two players not three. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Grace