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Routledge, 1866 - Games - 96 pages
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Page 68 - Gambit refused." The regular defence to the King's Gambit is as follows : — White. Black. 1 P. to K. 4 1 P. to K. 4 2 P. to KB 4 2 P. takes P. 3 K. Kt. to B. 3 3 P. to K. Kt. 4...
Page 45 - White. Black. 1. P. to K. 4. 1. P. to K. 4. 2. K. Kt. to B. 3. 2. Q. Kt. to B. 3. 3- P. to Q. 4.
Page 64 - White. Black. 1. P. to K. 4. 1. P. to K. 4. 2. P. to KB 4, 2. P. takes P. 3. K. Kt. to B. 3. 3. P. to K. Kt. 4. 4. KB to QB 4. 4.
Page 15 - Pawn which has reached the eighth or last square of the Chess-board, must be immediately exchanged for a Queen, or any other piece the player may think fit, even though all the pieces remain on the board.
Page 49 - ... the worst of it, and will be obliged to sacrifice a Knight. This, however, is no great disadvantage to a fine player in this opening, as was proved by Mr. Cochrane some years since. Before...
Page 54 - Black. 6 Castles 6 P. to Q. 3* 7 P. to Q. 4 7 P. takes P. 8 P. takes P. 8 B. to Q. Kt 3 9 QB to Q.
Page 52 - K. 4, 1 P. to K. 4 2 K. Kt. to B. 3 2 Q. Kt. to B. 3 3 KB to QB 4 3 KB to QB 4 4 P. to Q.
Page 46 - KB to K. 2 6 Q. to her square 6 Q. Kt. to K. 4 7 Kt. takes Kt. 7 B. takes B. 8 Q. to her 5 8 QP takes Kt. 9 Q. takes KP (ch). 9 QB interposes. 10 KB gives check, which is answered by the advance of Black's Pawn. And from this point White also has the best of the game, and thus we discover that,.
Page 40 - Q's 4th. 5. P. to K. Kt.'s 4th. 6. P. to Q. B'a 4th. 6. P. to Q. B's 3rd. 7. KB to Q's 3rd. The game is equal. In the second place, — 3. P. to K. B's 4th. 4. P. takes P. 4. P. to Q's 4th. 5. P. to Q's 4th. 5. QB takes P. 6. QB takes P. 6. K. Kt. to B's 3rd. Even game. 4. KB to Q. B's 4th. 4. B. to K. Kt.'s 2nd (best) In Victor Kafer's "Complete Guide to the Game of Chess," (Gratz, 1842,) the move of 4.
Page 20 - ... with any Pawn which could have taken it had it been played one square only. A Pawn cannot be taken en passant by a piece.

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