The Chess Journal, Volumes 35-42

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O. A. Brownson., 1873 - Chess
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Page 196 - powers. Instances are not rare indeed, where in a match of importance, players even as excellent as Mr. Kieseritzky, have overlooked an obvious mate, or what may have been tantamount, the loss of their
Page 196 - The annals of chess will be searched in vain for so extraordinary a proof as this game affords of the influence nervous excitement may have upon the
Page 58 - pen can write? And in what book? What voice can sing The hideous fate of smitten Knight, The Bishop
Page 466 - (d) A good move. From this point Black wrests the attack from his opponent and maintains it to the end
Page 467 - White must now submit to the loss of a Piece or be mated.
Page 274 - to you that you have been unanimously elected an Honorary Member of the
Page 248 - language, habits and manners. Our country—the mighty kingdom of Chess comprises the four quarters of the terrestrial globe
Page 248 - our sole acknowledged monarch is the best player for the time being.
Page 248 - tie, and utterly regardless, beyond that, of the mere names and distinctions
Page 196 - I have hardly ever seen equalled even among beginners at the game.

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