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I hope it's not against the rules of the forum to ask for webshop recommendations, but otherwise I hope an admin will cancel this post. :)
I'm looking for at chess set with "FIDE-measurements" like the one used in this tournament:
It should respect the standards defined here:
I'm going to use the chess set for practice on-the-board. And if I ever choose to participate in tournaments, I would like to have practiced on a board with FIDE-measurements.
I live in the EU (Denmark), so if you know of a good (and cheap) webshop in Germany or England, or elsewhere, it would be much appreciated.
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