Standard Club Triple Weighted Plastic Chess Set Black & Ivory Pieces with Vinyl Rollup Board - Blue

$28.92

Brand: The Chess Store

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P3BWWVBE
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This plastic chess set includes our Triple Weighted Standard Club Series with black and ivory color pieces matched with our Club Vinyl Rollup Chess Board. Our Standard Club is a regulation size chess set with a 3.75” tall king and a base diameter of 1.5”. Made from a high-quality plastic and virtually indestructible, the pieces are nicely weighted for exceptional stability on the chess board. The pieces have green felt paper pads and we include two extra queens for pawn promotion. The chess board is made from a pliable vinyl and will withstand the rigors of travel and frequent play. The board has 2.25” squares, measures 20” overall, and has alphanumeric notation on the sides to help record moves during the game. This chess set meets all US Chess Federation tournament requirements and is a terrific choice for schools, clubs, tournaments, or the casual chess game at home.

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Chess Pieces:

  • Material: Black & Ivory Color Plastic
  • King Height: 3.75"
  • King Base: 1.5"
  • Chess Set Weight: 2 Lbs.
  • Green Felt Paper Pads
  • Includes 2 extra queens for pawn promotion

Chess Board:

  • Material: Screen Printed Vinyl with Cloth Backing
  • Square Size: 2.25"
  • Overall Board Size: 20" x 20"
  • Thickness: .040"
  • Ranks & Files Algebraically Notated

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  • 5
    Glad I bought this set

    Posted by Jim on 9th Jul 2021

    My wife and I like this set very much. The vinyl/cloth board feels is good quality, flattens out immediately and no odor. We also like the size of the pieces and board. I was considering wood, glad I got this set. We've been married 35 years and just started playing in 2021 after watching a YouTube tutorial. Also fast service from the Chess Store.