Cambor Games American War Of Independence With Deluxe Chess Board CaseRegular price $300.24 Save $-300.24
Cambor Game American War of Independence & Deluxe Chess Board Case Set Crafted Chessmen
Add a little history to your favorite game with the Cambor Games American War of Independence with the Deluxe Board Case. The playing pieces feature marble resin construction, felted bottoms, and artisan-applied museum reproduction color. You'll enjoy buttery smooth play thanks to the inlaid squares, maple construction, and high-gloss finish which also adds to this set's durability.
Cambor Games New Jersey-based Cambor Games has spent the last 40 years developing product lines to address a variety of classic gaming needs. The company offers chess sets, backgammon boards, poker equipment, dominoes, mahjong tiles, and more. From traditional designs to novelty themed items, value-priced beginner sets to high-end collectors' dreams, Cambor Games has the game equipment you need to have years of fun with close friends or bitter rivals.
Hand-painted realistic museum reproduction colors. Crafted of solid marble resin with felted bottoms. Imported from the Orient. Beautiful maple/walnut chess cabinet with a high gloss finish.
King Height: 3 1/8"
Base diameter: 1" Squares: 1 9/16", Board Size: 15 1/2" L x 15 1/2" W x 3 1/2 H.
Hand-painted realistic museum reproduction colors
Crafted of solid marble resin with felted bottoms
Beautiful maple/walnut chess cabinet with a high gloss finish
Imported from the Orient
Brand - Cambor Games
7 Surprising Health Benefits of Playing Chess
Grandmaster and world chess champion Bobby Fischer is famously quoted as saying, “Chess is life.”But can this two-player game, consisting of a square checkered board and playing pieces that are moved in different ways depending on their royal or military designation, benefit your mental and physical health?
Absolutely! Check out these seven surprising health benefits of playing chess and then consider your next move.
1. Grows dendrites:
Dendrites conduct signals from the neuron cells in your brain to the neuron they happen to be attached to. Learning and playing a game like chess actually stimulates the growth of dendrites, which in turn increases the speed and improves the quality of neural communication throughout your brain. Increased processing power improves the performance of your body’s computer, the brain.
2. Exercises both sides of the brain:
To get the most benefit from a physical workout, you need to exercise both the left and right sides of your body. Studies show that in order to play chess well, a player must develop and utilize his or her brain’s left hemisphere, which deals with object recognition, as well as the right hemisphere, which deals with pattern recognition. Over time, thanks to the rules and techniques involved in the game, playing chess will effectively exercise and develop not one but both sides of your brain.
3. Prevents Alzheimer’s disease:
A medical study involving 488 seniors by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine shows that playing chess, which stimulates brain function, measurably decreases the risk of dementia and combats its symptoms. Instead of letting the brain deteriorate, keeping the brain functioning at a normal rate, especially with a mind exercising activity like chess, will reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s disease as well as depression and anxiety.
4. Helps treat schizophrenia:
Doctors at the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience in Bron, France, found that schizophrenic patients who were directed to play chess on a daily basis showed improvement in their condition when compared to patients who did not play. The chess-playing patients exhibited increased attention, planning, and reasoning abilities and interestingly, elected to continue playing chess as part of their daily routine, even after the study had concluded.
5. Improves children’s thinking and problem-solving skills:
A child who is introduced to chess at a young age is likely to do better in school for years to come. Research shows that playing chess improves a child’s thinking, problem-solving, reading, and math scores. Educators and chess experts generally agree the second grade is the ideal time to introduce children to chess, although some as young as four or five may be ready to learn and play.
6. Builds self-confidence:
With role models that include the young Norwegian grandmaster Mangus Carlsen as well as hip-hop producer RZA, the game of chess only seems to get cooler with every generation. But no matter what your age, playing chess will build up your self-esteem. When you play, you’re on your own, and if you lose, you have to take stock and analyze just where you went wrong. Playing and analyzing why you lost or won a game increases the level of mental strength and self-confidence that you bring to the world beyond the chessboard.
7. Helps with rehabilitation and therapy:
Chess can be used to help rehabilitate patients recovering from a stroke or a physically debilitating accident and as a form of therapy for those with autism or other developmental disabilities. Moving chess pieces across the board can help develop and fine-tune a patient’s motor skills, while the mental effort required to play the game can improve cognitive and communication skills. Playing can also stimulate deep concentration and calm, helping to center and relax patients who are experiencing different degrees of anxiety.
As always, we’re here to help. Don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions.
Recommended Age Range: Any age
UPC: Does not apply