Digital Chess Clocks

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Digital vs. Analog

The two most common chess timer types are analog and digital. An analog chess clock is a standard analog clock with a flag that will tell players the exact moment that their time is up; analog clocks use mechanical parts to set timers. Digital chess clocks are digital clocks that have a digital display and an electronic timer. The first digital clocks began to be used in chess in 1973, and today there are many more types of digital chess clocks available than ever before.

Benefits of Using Digital Chess Clocks

Many players prefer to use digital chess clocks for tournament play as well as non-professional competitive play. The following are some of the most significant benefits of using digital chess timers for your next game, whether you plan on playing or hosting a tournament or you simply want to play with friends, family and fellow chess enthusiasts. Read More