Interest Blade Runner - Sebastian's Chess Set

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Jintosh

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Some people play with extra queens when a piece gets promoted.
I always played that you could promote your pawn for any of your own pieces that have been captured. Extra queens would make the game unbalanced.
It would certainly make the game harder to protect against extra queens.....maybe harder is the goal, but only masters would play this way.
 

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Enigmatic

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So are the new updated pics in the first page what the Standard set would look like? I only ask because it was mentioned they would be black and white. To me they look beige and dark red. This isn't a complaint as I think those pics look great. Just looking for clarification.
 

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Jintosh

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So are the new updated pics in the first page what the Standard set would look like? I only ask because it was mentioned they would be black and white. To me they look beige and dark red. This isn't a complaint as I think those pics look great. Just looking for clarification.
While traditional chess sets are commonly black and white, the more artistic oriented vintage chess sets where red and beige. These are reoccurring colors. These have been aged beautifully. :love
 

Gordon Gekko

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So are the new updated pics in the first page what the Standard set would look like? I only ask because it was mentioned they would be black and white. To me they look beige and dark red. This isn't a complaint as I think those pics look great. Just looking for clarification.
Per standard terminology they are called black and white, but this set is indeed beige and black/red. They carefully match the coloring of the original sets.

-GG
 

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Enigmatic

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Per standard terminology they are called black and white, but this set is indeed beige and black/red. They carefully match the coloring of the original sets.

-GG
I thought that might be the case but just wanted to be sure.

Deposit sent.
 
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