Chess Pieces Material: Bud Rose Wood (Dalbergia maritima)/ Boxwood (Gardenia latifolia)
Dimensions: King Height - 3.75"(96 mm) King Base - 1.77" (45 mm) Pawn Height - 2.00" (51 mm) Pawn Base - 1.33" (34 mm)
Weight: 1600 grams (56.43 oz). Please note that the weight in the set is added manually so the final weight of the set can vary by plus or minus (±) 10%.
Chess Board Material: Red Ash Burl and MapleDimensions: Board - 21.6" x 21.6" (55 cm x 55 cm) Square - 2.16" x 2.16" (55 mm x 55 mm) Board Thickness - 12 mm (0.4")
Board Finish : Hi-Gloss, Shiny finish.
Weight : 2950 gms (104.05 oz). Please note that this is a handmade item so the final weight of the board can vary by plus or minus (±) 10%.
Chess Pieces SKU: S1280, Chess Board SKU: B1010
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The Imperial Collector Series (Sinquefield Cup 2014) Chess Set V2.0: chessbazaar proudly presents you an improved version of Imperial Collector Series (Sinquefield Cup 2014) Chess Set in Bud Rosewood & Box Wood.
The Imperial Collector Series weighted chess pieces with a 3.75" King and base diameter of 1.77". Dark chess pieces are exquisitely crafted in bud rosewood. Because of its rarity, bud rosewood chess pieces are the primary choice of many chess enthusiasts. Bud rosewood is an alluring wood and probably the most admired wood for most high-end chess sets.
Chess Pieces Weight: 1600 grams (56.43 oz). Please note that the weight in the set is added manually so the final weight of the set can vary by plus or minus (±) 10%.
The opposing pieces are made of boxwood which is traditionally used for white side. It is one of the fairly easy woods to work with and shows off aesthetic detail. The set comes with free extra queens for effortless pawn promotion. All chess pieces are expertly carved and weighted for fantastic hand-feel and a very nice thud on the wooden chess board. King, Queens, Bishops, and Pawns have unique rings and thick green felts, which precisely envelops the base of each chessmen for smooth movement on the chess board. The lathe work on each chess piece is noteworthy, especially the unique collar rings and elegant curves.
About The Imperial Collector Series: Handcrafted in India, these chess pieces exude class and history. Appropriately weighted these pieces are very stable on board and a pleasure to touch and feel. Each piece is meticulously carved and buff polished by hand to give it a rich and long-lasting shine. The design, quality, and craftsmanship of these chess pieces are unmatched. To make Imperial collector series chess set what it is, our artisans take more than two days to a carve a single chess set. The result of this hard work of these master craftsmen is a truly wonderful design and a masterpiece which any connoisseur will admire.
The 2014 Sinquefield Cup was the chess tournament honoring the founders of Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis, featuring six best players of the world including: GM Magnus Carlsen, GM Levon Aronian, GM Veselin Topolov, GM MaximeVachier-Lagrave, GM Hikaru Nakamura and GM Fabiano Caruana. It was a double round-robin tournament. It was held from August 27 to September 7 2014.
Last year's event was the strongest chess tournament ever held on U.S. soil. The four grandmasters played the classic time control (40 moves in 90 minutes with a 30-second increment as of move
Original chess set which was used in 2014 Sinquefield Cup has the king height of 3.75". one, followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game) in double round-robin tournament. The players included Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian, Hikaru Nakamura and Gata Kamsky who faced each other. This year, the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis also brought us the strongest tournament in the history of chess. Sinquefield chess set was first seen in the 2014 Sinquefield Cup organized by the FIDE. It is the highest-rated tournament in the history of chess, brought six of the world’s top-nine Grandmasters together at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis. Six of the top nine players in the world competed in a 10-round, double round robin for the $100,000 top prize and the right to hoist the coveted Sinquefield Cup. The stress showed in the first half of St Louis, particularly in round three where Carlsen chose the Bishop Opening 1 e4 e5 2 Bc4 for the first time in his life, stood worse from the opening, made a bishop sacrifice which Caruana defended accurately and finally collapsed into defeat. The winner was Fabiano Caruana who got $100,000 top prize money and honor to own the coveted Sinquefield Cup.
Participants of 2014 SINQUEFIELD CUP
About Chess Board:
Made in Spain - This classic 21" wooden chess board is finest of the chess board a chess player or collector can have. Crafted from Red Ash Burl (dark) and Maple (light) veneer* this chess board features a Hi-Gloss finish.
Chess Board Weight : 2950 gms (104.05 oz).
The size of the board is 21.6" x 21.6" (55 cm x 55 cm) with square size of 2.16" x 2.16" (55 mm x 55 mm).The board is 12 mm thick.
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Package Includes : 34 Chessmen(2 extra queens included), chess board.
Chess Pieces SKU: S1280, Chess Board SKU: B1010
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Caution: These chess pieces are neither waterproof nor UV-resistant.
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