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Giant Draughts Chess 2-in-1 Game in Colour Box M.Y

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Giant Draughts Chess 2-in-1 Game in Colour Box M.Y

Product description

This set is made from foam and has interlocking pieces to make the board (requires assembly) Includes 16 black and 16 white foam counters/pieces to play either chess or draughts

Giant Draughts Chess 2-in-1 Game in Colour Box M.Y

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