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" Either player committing a breach of any of these laws must submit to the penalty, and his opponent is equally bound to exact the same. "
A Complete Guide to the Game of Draughts: Giving the Best Lines of Attack ... - Page 4
by James Lees - 1892 - 155 pages
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The People's Draughts Book

Checkers - 1847 - 40 pages
...so that each pluyer may have the first move the same number of times. 24. Kither player commit'.ing a breach of any of these laws must submit to the penalty, anil his opponent ¡я equally bound to exact the same. 2Л. Should any dispute occur not satisfactorily...
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The game of draughts: simplified and illus. with practical diagrams

Andrew Anderson, J. Paterson - Checkers - 1852 - 154 pages
...the room without giving a sufficient reason, or receiving the other·s consent or company. 22.Either player committing a breach of any of these laws must...and his opponent is equally bound to exact the same. 23.Any spectator giving warning, either by sign, sound, or remark, on any of the games, whether played...
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The Modern Pocket Hoyle: Containing All the Games of Skill and Chance as ...

William Brisbane Dick - Games - 1868 - 399 pages
...permitted to leave the room without a sufficient reason, or receiving the other's consent or company. 33. Either player committing a breach of any of these...and his opponent is equally bound to exact the same. 23. Any spectator giving warning, either by sign, sound or remark, on any of the games, whether played...
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The Modern Pocket Hoyle: Containing All the Games of Skill and Chance as ...

William Brisbane Dick - Card games - 1868 - 387 pages
...permitted to leave the room without a sufficient reason, or receiving the other's consent or company. 22. Either player committing a breach of any of these...and his opponent is equally bound to exact the same. 23. Any spectator giving warning, either by sign, sound or remark, on any of the games, whether played...
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The game of draughts simplified, with an exposition of the theory of the ...

Andrew Anderson - 1878
...也 teachplayer1 ㎎ y 血 竹 血 e 血 曲 movethesamnenumberoft㎞es 日 uforcementoⅠtheLawg . 24. Either player committing a breach of any of these...and his opponent is equally bound to exact the same. U ㎡ Or ㏄ ㏄ ⅠD 咀 PUt0 巳 払 ・ ShouldanYd 泊 pute ㏄ cuⅠn0 t 典 t 仙 facto 山...
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The Modern Pocket Hoyle: Containing All the Games of Skill and Chance as ...

William Brisbane Dick, Edmond Hoyle - Card games - 1880 - 384 pages
...receiving the other's consem or company. 22. Either player committing a breach of any of these laws, htust submit to the penalty, and his opponent is equally bound to exact ihe same. 23. Any spectator giving warning, either by sign, sound or remark, on any of the games, whether...
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Games of the international draughts match between England and Scotland ...

Robert M'Call - 1884
...games, so that each player may have the first move the same number of times. Enforcement of the Laws. 24. Either player committing a breach of any of these...and his opponent is equally bound to exact the same. Unforeseen Disputes, 25. Should any dispute occur not satisfactorily determined by the preceding Laws,...
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The American Hoyle: Or, Gentleman's Hand-book of Games, Containing All the ...

William Brisbane Dick - Card games - 1894 - 520 pages
...other's consent or company. 22. Either player committing a breach of any of these laws must sutmit to the penalty, and his opponent is equally bound to exact the same. 23. Any spectator giving warning, either by sign, sound, or remark, on any of the games, whether played...
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Foster's Encyclopedia of Games: Including All the Indoor Games Played at the ...

Robert Frederick Foster - Indoor games - 1897 - 625 pages
...leave the room without giving a sufficient reason, or receiving the other's consent or company. 22. A player committing a breach of any of these laws must submit to the penalty, which his opponent is equally bound to exact. 23. Any spectator giving warning, either by sign, sound,...
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