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My interest is quite simple: could you please suggest good Interest sites, where I can order a nice chess set(preferably sites you have had any relationship with)?
Thanks for your time!
I hope this helps but I found this webstie to be very helpful in the past. They seem to hava nice selction of chess sets. http://blagazine.com/
I suggest an official USCF chess set, in case you ever want to play in a tournament. You can find them here:
Try Ebay. Use "staunton" in the search function to filter out all the goofy theme sets. Even if you don't buy on Ebay you will at least get a very quick lesson on the current chess market so you don't do something silly.
The London Chess Centre: http://www.chess.co.uk/
http://www.houseofstaunton.com/ is incredible!
I've had good luck with House of Chess.
http://www.wholesalechess.com on Thursdays they have good specials. I recently purchased an official Chess.com hat, Chess.com t-shirt, Premium tournament (large pieces, heavy, very nice) which comes with a case, and a DGT Easy Timer for under $100 bucks. Great deal.
Edit: $20 of the total price was to get faster shipping ;)
I like my set from wholesale chess.
Mojo, sorry I meant Mjo would have ordered the chess set 4 or 5 months
@ MJo If you in Estonia probably here good for you. (mail-order)
I bought my chessboard at antique shop and I cannot believe that til now that it was a chessboard used by the late GM Tal vs Botvinnik. How did i know? they both signed it in the wood buttom.
Lucky you! nice item to have :)
There is a site called chess.com and they have an online shop: http://www.chess.com/equipment
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View them here: Mr. Low Man's Chess Sets
I should point out that
is a great site to really view the chess equipment that they have there.
Prices are reasonable and the photographic images are excellent, on average about 6-11 photographic images per chess set and a description to match.
I can personally vouch for the integrity and reliablity of USCF (2nd link) and can also assure you that they rarely have the best prices regardless of what you're looking for. I'm pretty sure the other sites here are all reputable esp chesscafe.com but you can always look up ratings/reviews of each dealer using a search engine if you don't get enough feedback here.
The Regency Chess Company in the United Kingdom:
The House of Staunton:
How about chess book publishers
These books definitely support the game of chess from every aspect for both the younger and the older players.
Estonia is not very far from the chess producer http://www.polishchess.com
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