Selecting a perfect chess set can really give you headaches. It is not easy to find a right chess set especially if you are buying it online. Markets are flooded with a huge variety of chess sets in different materials, shapes, and sizes. The chess pieces and the chess boards are often bought separately and … Continue reading How to Find a Perfect Wooden Chess Set Online?
Chess is a wonderful game of intelligence and strategy. The beauty of this game is that any person, who has the understanding of this game and its moves, can play with any other person irrespective of his/her age. Though, chess comes in different qualities and material like plastic chess sets, bronze chess sets, metallic chess … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Collecting Chess Sets is a Good Idea?
Bone chess sets took most of the spotlight last month. They comes in sweet bleached white & jet black color. Another thing that got our lovely buyers interested was a GM Blitz Edition Staunton chess set in bud rosewood that sold out in just 24 hours. Imperfect sets category is our one of the most … Continue reading Monthly Round-Up – April 2017
Chess is a game of imagination, strategy, and patience. Believe to be evolved before 7th century in India, the game has now major dominance in the field of indoor sport around the world. There are many chess championships, chess clubs, inter-school tournaments and among all the ever-growing community of chess collectors. Though, the manufacturing of … Continue reading The Top 5 Iconic Chess Sets every Chess Collector Must Possess
Most of the chess international tournaments follow a set of common rules. These rules do not necessarily be followed when we are playing the game at home or online but these rules are must be followed by the tournament chess players. We have put together some most important points for playing tournament chess, which will … Continue reading Chess Tournament Rules & Regulations – Fide Approved
St. Patrick’s day sale is gone and everyone is looking forward to the next big sale. Monthly round-up is our little effort to recap all the major announcements of the month, which you might have missed and tradition dictates that once again we take a look at the new arrivals section and round up the … Continue reading Monthly Round-Up – March 2017
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
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
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?
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