Used in all World Chess Championships
The World Chess Championship Chess Set is one of the most iconic and recognizable chess sets in the world. The set is used in all World Chess Championships, and its design has become synonymous with the game of chess. The World Chess Championship Chess Set was first introduced in 1886 and is produced by the World Chess Federation (FIDE).
Designed to be portable and affordable
The set is designed to be easy to transport, making it ideal for use in chess tournaments and other competitive events. The pieces and board can be stored in a compact carrying case, which helps to protect them during transport.
The set is priced competitively, making it accessible to a wide range of chess enthusiasts. Despite its affordable price, the set is made from high-quality materials and is built to last.
Made of plastic
The pieces in the World Chess Championship Chess Set are designed with a classical Staunton look and are made of plastic. The set is available in a variety of sizes, with the standard size being 3.75 inches. The pieces are weighted and have green felt on the bottom to prevent slipping. The chessboard that is used with the set is a standard size of 2.25 inches and is made of high-quality cardboard. The chessboard is also available in a variety of colors, including green and black.