Indian Rosewood and Maple Wooden Tournament Chess Board

Crafted in Europe, the Indian Rosewood & Maple Wooden Tournament Chessboard features Indian Rosewood (dark) and Maple (light) squares with an Indian Rosewood frame. This Veneered Chessboard is 0.5'' thick, has a satin finish and has the Rank and File Labels that make it an excellent training tool.

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    Crafted in Europe, the Indian Rosewood & Maple Wooden Tournament Chessboard features Indian Rosewood (dark) and Maple (light) squares with an Indian Rosewood frame. This Veneered Chessboard is 0.5" thick, has a satin finish and has the Rank and File Labels that make it an excellent training tool.

     

    The Indian Rosewood & Maple Wooden Tournament Chessboard is available in with or without notation. Please use the dropdown options above to select your choice. The images below that depict with and without notation are shown on the Indian Rosewood & Maple Wooden Tournament Chessboard.

     

    2.25" Squares have a board dimension of 21.25" x 21.25"

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    ISBN Does not apply
    DGT eBoard Compatible No
    Board Finish Matte
    Material(s) Maple, Rosewood
    Folding Board No
    Square Size Varies
    Chess Board Height 0.5" inches
    Chess Board Footprint 21.25 x 21.25 in.
    History of the Chess Pieces
    Women's World Champion GM Susan Polgar and teammate IM Irina Krush battle the Georgian (Russia) Women's team at the 2004 FIDE Chess Olympiad on the Mahogany Frame Wooden Tournament Chessboard. World Champion Garry Kasparov takes on Academy Award (R) Nominated Actor Woody Harrelson on the White Birch Frame Wooden Tournament Chessboard.
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