Regulation Vinyl Tournament Chess Board - 2.375" Squares

Our Regulation Vinyl Tournament Chessboard - featuring 2.375" squares and a total board footprint of 22" X 22". These boards have squared corners, Algebraic Notation on all sides, and are made of the durable vinyl for long life. These boards roll up and unroll easily for storage, resist tears, spills and the most demanding abuse. Great for use with either the Standard Chess Bag or Deluxe Chess Bag.

$7.95

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2.375 in. (60mm) Square Size - Green and Buff
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2.375 in. (60mm) Square Size - Burgundy and Buff
2.375 in. (60mm) Square Size - Navy and Buff
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Product Description
Our Regulation Vinyl Tournament Chessboard features 2.376" Squares and a total chessboard footprint of 22" X 22" - Algebraic Notation on all sides, and are made of the durable vinyl for long life. These boards roll up and unroll easily for storage, resist tears, spills and the most demanding abuse. Great for use with either the Standard Chess Bag or Deluxe Chess Bag.
  • Features rank and file labels on all for sides - ideal for beginners!
  • Manufactured out of high-grade vinyl and will resist dirt, tearing and spills
  • Rolls up into a tight tube-shape for easy transport
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    Material(s) Vinyl
    Square Size 2.375'' inch / 6.0 cm
    Chess Board Footprint 22" x 22"
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