Club Vinyl Rollup Chess Board Brown & Buff - 2.25" Squares

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Brand: The Chess Store

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Our Club Vinyl Rollup Chess Board with 2.25" squares is a great choice for tournament size plastic chess sets with a 3.75" tall king. This board is made from a high quality buff color vinyl with a cloth backing and has printed brown squares and alpha-numeric notation. This is a great choice for chess clubs and tournaments where you want a good quality board at an affordable price. This chess board unrolls flat, is durable, washable, and will last for years!

  • Square Size: 2.25"
  • Overall Dimensions: 20" Square
  • Thickness: .080"
  • Material: Vinyl with cloth backing
  • Alpha-numeric notation on ends of rank and file

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  • 5
    Good vinyl board

    Posted by Julio on 4th Mar 2023

    Happy with my purchase

  • 5
    Good, Basic, Cheap, Standard

    Posted by Adam B Dorris on 15th Nov 2021

    Exactly what it says it is. Inexpensive and functional.

  • 5

    Posted by Ed on 9th Mar 2019

    I'm very satisfied with this chess board!! Great piece of traveling tournament equipment.

  • 5
    Excellent chess board

    Posted by Daniel Rodriguez on 5th Mar 2019

    Very surprised with the quality of this chess board. Beautiful.

  • 5
    Loving my new chess board!

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Jun 2018

    I don't normally write reviews but I would be guilty if I didn't do this. This lovely chess mat was even better than I expected. Bought 3.5"-king Staunton wooden pieces separately and the combination looks better than I had imagined. This is indeed an excellent value for your money so do not hesitate to buy!

  • 4
    Brown and buff vinyl board

    Posted by Dan Jones on 7th May 2017

    This is a very nice board, will do the job just fine for me.

  • 5
    Nice tournament board

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Mar 2016

    Nice tournament board