Stone tables at void decks

In the 1980s and earlier, the stone tables at the void decks had chess maps craved on them. I used to play chess with my neighours, and we would place the pieces on the craved chessboard instead of our paper chess map as the paper chess map could be a problem when the wind blew. Imagine you are in the middle of a chess game and then a gist of wind comes blowing at the paper chess map, upsetting the game. Over the years, many estates have undergone some form of upgrading, and the newer stone tables usually do not have the chessboards craved on them.

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