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Chess Clocks

You need a Chess clock to keep your opponent making moves or he might think forever on a single move and you might fall asleep.

Chess clocks are also required in chess clubs and in regulated chess tournaments to restrict the time a game can last and to give a fair amount of time to each player to be able to make a decent move.

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Garde - digital timer in wood case, International FIDE standards
DGT 3000 - Large display, all basic and special timing features, connects to DGT e-board, FIDE standards
DGT 2010 - International Tournament Standards - FIDE standards

Every day Player Chess Clocks

DGT 3000 - Large display, all basic and special timing features, connects to DGT e-board, FIDE standards
ZMF II - Made in US, touch sensor, customizable, and unique large LED display DGT North American - Variety of custom settings and large LCD display

Budget and School chess clocks

DGT North American - Variety of custom settings and large LCD display
DGT Polgar - Great looking, for young players especially girls
ZMF II Color - Colorful clocks, Made in US, touch sensor, customizable, and unique large LED display
Club Chess Clock - Basic clock great for schools, with easy windup operation Quartz Clock - Easy to set and operate, runs on one AA battery.

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Wall Hanging Chess Demonstration Boards

If you are a chess coach then use Chess demonstration boards (also called demo boards) then the chess position can be viewed by the entire class.

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Standard size 27" or 28" demo chess boards are suitable for classes of up to 25 students. For larger class sizes get the larger 36" demo board.

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Chess Scorebooks and Game Journals

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Record your moves in a scorebook or game journal. This is required during rated events. Later you can recall and replay your games or share them with a coach or friend or enter your games into an electronic database and replay them on a computer.

Learn chess notation as this is a basic and essential skill.

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