Jaw Bones

April 17, 2006 at 11:20 pm | Posted in Chess | Leave a comment

Two inmates at State Prison at Carlisle, Indiana get in a throw down over a chess game breaking a guard’s jaw while around the world, for over 50 years, Jasbir Singh’s family has made chess pieces out of camel and cow bones. They make approximately 3 to 4 complete sets a month out of this raw material.


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