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Chess.com Carbonless Copy Score Sheets - 100 Sheets

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Chess.com Carbonless Copy Score Sheets - Pack of 100
WARNING: May Contain Small Parts.

The Carbonless Copy Chess Score Sheets (100 Pack) is ideal for tournaments where you want to submit a copy of your game. Each score sheet comes with two pages - a white copy and a yellow copy, with no messy carbon page in between. Each chess score sheet is one-sided and hold 60 moves per game.  The sheets are bound together at the top but can easily be removed from the glue binding.
 
Use these sheets during tournament games, club games, or for personal study. They can even be easily hole punched and put into a small binder. Please note you are ordering a 100 pack of score sheets.

  • 100 sheets per pack
  • Each sheet can record 60 moves
  • The pad is 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Limited Warranty provided by the manufacturer.

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  • 4
    pretty good scoresheets; could be better

    Posted by Kele Perkins on 17th Jul 2017

    If you need to turn in a copy of your scoresheet to your TD or coach, then these are pretty good. The only things that could be improved are: (1) you will have to press a bit harder than some people are used to, in order to have a clear second scoresheet; and (2) the spaces given for event information is very small, much smaller than the spaces given for moves. This last part seems unnecessary, especially since the top of the scoresheet has lots of extra space that could have been used for the tournament information part.