All you need to know about Check, Checkmate and Stalemate

Knowing some very important chess terms is almost inevitable for all the chess players. If you are new to the game of chess, there are certain terms that must be learned before you step on to the chess battlefield. Let us learn about these terms: Check: The term “Check” simply means or it gives the … Continue reading All you need to know about Check, Checkmate and Stalemate

Monthly Round-Up – Feb 2017

The month of “love” dedicated to the mighty chess collectors community as we came up with the launches of much awaited and anticipated The 1950s Soviet (Russian) Latvian Reproduced Chess Set in Antiqued Boxwood. Latvian is an arresting reproduction, mainly for its excellent value and exquisite design. Dedicated to the Mike Ladzinski, this venerable chess … Continue reading Monthly Round-Up – Feb 2017

How to Make the Best Chess Opening Moves?

The art of chess strategy knows how to formulate a plan for the chess game and arrange your chess pieces to accomplish this plan. That is why it is important to plan the first moves rightly so that your chess army becomes stronger by every move.  The first moves of a chess game are termed the … Continue reading How to Make the Best Chess Opening Moves?

Monthly Round-Up – Jan 2017

The 1950s Soviet (Russian) Latvian Reproduced Chess Set is back in the reproductions game and the fans are lining up to get one. As we get closer to Valentine’s 2017 the calm before the storm has started to settle in. Finally, we are going to start our massive Valentine’s sale event ever on 7th of … Continue reading Monthly Round-Up – Jan 2017

Chessbazaar Quality, Production & Service Management

We don’t just talk about quality management, we actually deliver it. The chessbazaar Quality Management System is designed to ensure that we consistently meet our commitments to our customers and the environment. Constant examination of processes, through incident reporting, preventative and corrective actions, allows for continuous improvement in both our processes and our precious customers. … Continue reading Chessbazaar Quality, Production & Service Management

Top 10 Christmas Gift Ideas For Chess Lovers

Everyone knows that Christmas is a time for giving and finding unique Christmas Gifts. This gift-giving season can be a challenge for most of us and when you want to gift someone that he/she loves to have, can be very stressful. But don’t worry, chessbazaar is here to help you with an amazing array of … Continue reading Top 10 Christmas Gift Ideas For Chess Lovers

Monthly Round-up – Sep 2015

Another month went by and it was definitely dominated by new arrivals, so let’s recap some of the highlights of September month. Major announcements from last month were launching of new chessmen, Urban Street Art Chess Set, The Imperial Collector Series, Russian Antique Series and Reproduced 1925 – 1937 Staunton pattern chess pieces. Here is a list … Continue reading Monthly Round-up – Sep 2015

‘’PAWN SACRIFICE’’ – A TRIBUTE to the American Chess Legend BOBBY FISCHER

“This game… it’s a rabbit hole.” Those were the opening words of the first official trailer released for the Upcoming movie ‘’Pawn Sacrifice’’. Directed by Academy Award-winner Edward Zwick and written by Steven Knight, “Pawn Sacrifice” features actor Tobey Maguire as Bobby Fischer and actor Liev Schreiber as Boris Spassky. Producing a film about the chess … Continue reading ‘’PAWN SACRIFICE’’ – A TRIBUTE to the American Chess Legend BOBBY FISCHER

The Birth of the Staunton Pattern Design

The word “Staunton” in the “Staunton Chess Sets” has been derived from the famous chess master Howard Staunton. English chess master ‘Howard Staunton’ was one of the greatest chess player in the years between 1843 & 1851. It was due to his efforts that England became the one of the major chess centre in late … Continue reading The Birth of the Staunton Pattern Design

Outline of chess

Playing chess requires two-players, a chess board and chess men. In a chess game, each player has sixteen pieces: one king, one queen, two rooks, two knights, two bishops, and eight pawns. The purpose of the game is to checkmate the opponent’s king, that means when the opponents king is under immediate attack and there … Continue reading Outline of chess