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This is a well-known reproduction of the set used by Bobby Fischer in the 1972 championship in Iceland against Boris Spassky. These plastic pieces have a nice, heavy weighted feel for easy and comfortable use. They include extra queens for pawn promotion. The entire set weighs in at about 2.3 pounds.
These pieces are available in black or red (dark burgundy red) for the dark pieces and ivory/white or natural for the light pieces.
Good, heavy (and pretty) pieces. Mold marks on some of the pieces are rough, but that's an easy fix.
I was a bit skeptical receiving loose weights with the other contents of my order but this set was very nice in color and weight. Nice feel to the pieces as well.
I choosed brown red and light cream color. Looks great on chess board. The finish il ligtly mat and the molding quality is excellent
Good pieces. Good weight. Some parts have scratches and minor finishing defects. Pawns have very fragile collars, and some have damaged parts in this part of the piece.
This is the least expensive of the "better", or more characterful, plastic sets available from WSC. While it doesn't reach the inspired heights of the Hastings or Marshall sets, the Reykjavik offers a nice, durable, streamlined set that should be perfect for club playing. It's rather on the light side (1kg, 2.2lbs), the pieces are rugged enough and devoid of any sharp edges. It comes close enough in style to the actual Fischer-Spassky design, especially for a competitively priced plastic set. Realy good value for cost-conscious players who want more than bargain-basement "club sets". No flaws in the production quality here either. Fast, safe shipping.
Perfect simple shape. Durable. Harmony. Impressive finishing. Not so heavy, may be double weighted, but a good balance for a portable set you want to bring in your car. Excellent for this price. You want heavier? You should pay more for a Hastings.
Nt a bad set..but could have been better.