A Short Treatise on the Game of Piquet: Directing with Moral Certainty how to Discard Any Hand to Advantage, by Shewing the Chances of Taking in Any One, Two, Three, Four, Or Five Certain Cards ... To which are Added, Some Rules and Observations for Playing Well at Chess
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