red army vs. white army

I liked to paint my chess game red and white ...


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15 responses to “red army vs. white army

  1. It’s beautiful!! 🙂


  2. Love it! Wouldn’t mind owning a red and white one myself!


  3. Wonderful reflection!


  4. Yeah it’s lovely – love to play chess (since I was 5-6) and have 5 chess games – 2 of them are handmade aboard – in a later A-Z come the story about my handmade chess game from Sousse in Tunisia – it took 11 days to agree on a price with the stubborn “robber” or it is me who is stubborn ‘hahaha’ – but it was great fun and we were both sad when trading was in order – for then the game over… 😉


    • I also liked to play chess many decades, fought vs. various chess computers, fought in parks with strangers or at home with friends, collected chess games or followed historical games – those from Napoleon, Goethe etc.
      chess knights
      a chess game, recently bought on a flea market in Berlin from a Gypsy family …


  5. Red is the power color…that person would have the advantage!


  6. polly

    i love the red


  7. Wolfgang Hermann

    great in each direction


  8. compare the mixed army at
    I once bought a knight from that chess game!


  9. I can see why. That is a beautiful, bold, vibrant red. I like it.


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