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AJEDREZ ZAGREB DE 3.875 " LAQUEADO

AJEDREZ ZAGREB DE 3.875 " LAQUEADO

$3,300.00
AJEDREZ MODELO ZAGREB POPULARIZADO POR FISCHER EN LOS 60s DESPUES DE UTILIZARLO EN LOS MATCHES DE CANDIDATOS JUGADOS EN YUGOESLAVIA EN 1959. ESTA FABRICADO EN BOXWOOD Y BOXWOOD IMITACION EBANO LAQUEADO. PUEDE UTILIZARLO CON LA ESFERA PUNTIAGUDA DE COLOR CONTRARIO A LA CORONA DEL REY O CON LA CLASICA CRUZ DE LOS AJEDRECES OCCIDENTALES. MIDE 3.875 " Y PESA 1,33 KILOS. EL PESO NO INCLUYE A LAS 2 DAMAS EXTRAS. ESPECIFICACIONES TECNICAS •Material Used: Hand Carved •King Height: 3.875 (9.84 cm) •King Base Diameter: 1.75" (4.45 cm) •Total Set Weight: 47 ounces (1.33 kg) Total Set Weight is for the standard 32 pieces and does not include the 2 Additional Queens •Total Number of Pieces: 34 (Includes 2 Additional Queens) •Recommended Board Size: 2.25" - 2.375" Fischer, Tal and Petrosian - 1959 World Chess Champions From September 6 to October 31 of 1959, eight of the world's strongest Grandmasters competed in a powerful quadruple Round-Robin Tournament, played in Bled, Zagreb and Belgrade, Yugoslavia, to determine the challenger for the crown of World Chess Champion currently held by Soviet Grandmaster Mikhail Botvinnik. The participants of the tournament were Mikhail Tal, Paul Keres, Tigran Petrosian, Vasily Smyslov, Svetozar Gligoria, Frederik Olafsson, Pal Benko and a 16-year old American named Robert James "Bobby" Fischer. This prestigious list includes 4 World Chess Champions. Tal showed superior form by winning with 20/28 points, ahead of Paul Keres with 18.5, followed by Tigran Petrosian, Vasily Smyslov, Bobby Fischer, Svetozar Gligoria, Frederik Olafsson, and Pal Benko. Tal's victory was much attributed to his dominance over the lower half of the field; whilst scoring only +1 -3 vs Keres, he won all four individual games against Fischer, and took 3 3/4 from Gligoria, Olafsson, and Benko. Although Bobby Fischer failed to win the Candidates Tournament, he finished a respectable fifth place and established himself as a legitimate contender for the World Chess Championship.
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