Posts Tagged ‘Chess’

Chess Variants: All Are Games of Strategy

Friday, April 28th, 2017:

While traditional chess remains most popular around the world, there are variants of the game which are interesting to compare. Similar to orthodox chess, as it’s sometimes called, these chess variants all use a chess board and a chess set, are thematically based on a military battle, and primarily work to protect the king (and to win, capture the opponent’s). Orthodox Chess With traditional chess, two players square off opposite a checkered chess board comprised of 64 squares: 8 columns by 8 rows, with the squares alternating between white and black. Onto this board, a chess set is broken out […] Read More →

3 Important Tips for Buying Chess Sets

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017:

It’s hard to know exactly what to look for in chess sets if you have never purchased one before. Luckily, we have some great tips to help you find chess sets for sale that will benefit you in all the ways you want. Just follow the tips and you will have a beautiful chess set to enjoy before you know it! Tip #1 Match the Board and PiecesHaving a well made chess board requires equally well made chess pieces. If you are in the market for chess pieces you can pretty much buy whatever you like. However, keep in mind […] Read More →

Chess Sets Are Unique Gifts

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017:

When it comes to buying the perfect gift, you may find yourself at a loss, but think chess! I know, it can be hard to choose a gift that is both fitting for the person and unique enough to make it special. But, if you really want to get a perfectly unique gift, we suggest you consider a hand painted chess set. A hand painted chess set takes a hard task and makes it a simple choice for gift giving, especially for those hard to shop for people. It doesn’t matter who you are shopping for or what age they […] Read More →

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