American Chess Bulletin, Volume 17
Hartwig Cassell, Hermann Helms
H. Cassell and H. Helms., 1920 - Chess
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Page 200 - BISHOP'S GAMBIT.* White. Black. 1. P— K4 P— K4 2. P— KB4 PXP 3. В— В4 Q— RS ch. * Of the Bishop's Gambit, Boden says (' Popular Introduction to Chess,' 1851): "This beautiful, ingenious, and attacking debut has always been a favourite among the best players.
Page 188 - Kt8 with a winning position. 1 P— K4 P— K4 2 Kt— KB3 Kt— QB3 3 B...
Page 89 - P - K4, P -K4; 2 Kt - KB3, Kt QB3; 3 B - B4, Kt - B3; 4 Kt - Kt5.
Page 121 - White: Black: 1. P— K4 P— K4 2. Kt— KB3 Kt— QB3 3. B— Kt5 P— QR3 4.
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