3 Player Large Wood Chess Set

SKU: CH162
Sale price$109.00 USD
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About The 3 Player Large Wood Chess Set

First there was chess, a 2-player game, already exciting as it is, then "bughouse" was created (a 4-player chess game including teams). Now we offer the new excitement in chess... 3-player Chess! Red, White, and Black pieces are included with this excellent, notated one of a kind wooden chess board. (Instructions included.) An exciting new game for all chess players!

  • Board Edge lengths: 10 3/4"
  • Board Diameter: 18 3/8"
  • Square size: varies
  • King height: 3 1/2"
  • King base: 1 1/4"
  • King weight: 0.3 oz
  • Pawn size: 1 5/8"
  • Brown felt bases
  • Entire set weight: 38.9 oz

Product Specs

Board Size
Square Size
King Height
King Base

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
robert bentz
3 player chess board

I love the new 3 player chess board. A nice addition to my collection. Intense!

deryl priebe


Lise Bennett
3Player chess set

What a great present this was! My son is usually hard to shop for but when I found something usual and challenging I had a winner

Patti Langlais

Great board thank you.

clarification on the rules

Responding to the previous reviewer, we did need to modify our rules pertaining to "in check". The mod was this: you must actually kill the king and take him off the board. Whoever actually kills the king and removes him from the board can claim the remaining pieces. This means all other rules pertaining to "in check" go out the window. A player does not necessarily need to respond to being place in check, since the third player could potentially undo the check in their turn. However, usually you still do respond when being placed in check, and the effect ends up being that the king about to die gets one lost shot to make an offensive move (since being in check or check-mate does not prevent that person from making a move).
Loads of fun. Highly recommended for chess fans in your family.