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Aim of the game; take the other players to the king out before they take yours.
Hand Crafted(Magnetic) (12x12) Foldable Chess Board Game. A game that challenges your brain and your opponent. It's time to butt heads in this classic game of strategy. This 2 player game is an age-old strategy-based game that involves controlling 16 pieces on a checkered board each with limited movement capacity. Aim of the game; take the other players to the king out before they take yours. The smooth surface of the chess will never hurt your fingers, durable to use for a long time Best Gift for Children Because this is an educational game and sharpens intelligence. It makes horse sense to own one and it's a great gift for anyone. [HIGH QUILTY] - Smooth processing was used at the bottom of each chessman, in order to lower the sound while moving, make sure the surface of the chessboard will not be scratched, providing a quiet environment for your logical thinking. [EXQUISITE CHESS PIECES] - Designed for modern appeal, and HAS chess pieces are bigger than other pieces. Easy to use. You'll enjoy playing chess even more with this great-looking set. Specially equipped with a storage bag for easy storage of chess pieces. History of Chess – A Guide to the Origins of the Game of Kings The game is played by millions of people worldwide. Chess is believed to be derived from the Indian game chaturanga sometime before the century. Chaturanga is also the likely ancestor of the Eastern strategy games xiangqi, janggi, and shogi. Chess reached Europe by the 9th century, due to the Umayyad conquest of Hispania. The pieces assumed their current powers in Spain in the late 15th century with the introduction of "Mad Queen Chess"; the modern rules were standardized in the 19th Century.