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G. Bell, 1905 - Chess - 116 pages
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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 29 - ... that the board shall be so placed that each player has a white square at his right-hand corner.
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.
Page 110 - In conjunction with White's previous play, this forms one of the most noble combinations ever conceived over the chessboard.

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