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adversary ANDERSSEN avoiding the attack B-KtS Berlin Bird's Opening Bishop Bishop's Gambit Bishop's Opening Bishop's Pawn black King brilliant British Chess Magazine BxKt BxP(ch capture Castles checkmate Chess Openings Chessmen colour Counter Gambit diagonal Elementary end games Evans Gambit false or illegal force French Defence Giuoco Piano giving check Howard Staunton illegal move Illustrative games K to K2 K-B sq King and Pawn King's Bishop's King's Gambit King's Knight King's Pawn King's Rook Kt sq Kt-Kts Kt-Qs Ktsq KtxB KtxKt KtxP KtxR London mate Middle Game minor pieces move his King notation odds Opening opponent may select P-KtS Pawn against King Pawn takes piece or pawn pieces and pawns position post free Price Q sq QKt5 Queen's Bishop's Queen's side R-K sq Rook Rook's file Ruy Lopez Sicilian Defence Stalemate Staunton Steinitz student White King
Page 31 - If he touch all the squares to wnich it can be played, he must play it to any one of them his opponent chooses. In castling, the king must be moved first, or both pieces together. A pawn advanced to the eighth square must be exchanged for a piece (not a king) of the same colour, and the move is not complete until a piece is demanded.
Page 5 - Chess board is supposed to be divided into two equal parts, one of which belongs to the...
Page 34 - ... he must not cross the middle line of the board, before his adversary makes his first move. Such several moves are to be collectively considered as the first move of the player accepting the odds.