Chess Studies Or Endings of Games

In their “ Chess Studies , " as in their examination of the Muzio Gambit , they have
necessarily left ample room for more elaborate productions ; for every chess
player knows that one of the most striking characteristics as well as one of the
most ...

Author: Joseph Kling

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Chess Studies and End games

The “ Chess Studies ” have long been out of print , and stray copies command a
fancy price . If Mr. Horwitz could see his way to reprinting his earlier work , he
would beyond a doubt confer a great boon upon all Chess - players . During the ...

Author: Bernard Horwitz

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Chess Studies Comprising One Thousand Games

vi INTRODUCTION . ledging the free use I have made of the Chess Players '
Chronicle , from which I have taken the games played by Messrs . Staunton and
Cochrane , and a host of other valuable parties . My notes on the “ Studies ...

Author: George Walker

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Category: Chess

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Chess studies comprising one thousand games actually played during the last half century

INTRODUCTION . ledging the free use I have made of the Chess Players '
Chronicle , from , which I have taken the games played by Messrs . Staunton and
Cochrane , and a host of other valuable parties . My notes on the “ Studies ...

Author: George Walker

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Chess Studies Comprising One Thousand Games Actually Played During the Last Half Century Presenting a Unique Collection of Classical and Brilliamt Specimens of Chess Skill

vi INTRODUCTION . ledging the free use I have made of the Chess Players '
Chronicle , from which I have taken the games played by Messrs . Staunton and
Cochrane , and a host of other valuable parties . My notes on the “ Studies ...

Author: George Walker

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Studies of Chess

Containing a Systematic Introduction to the Game, and The Analysis of Chess
François Danican Philidor Peter Pratt. THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT , OTHERWISE
CALLED THE GAMBIT OF ALEPPO . Philidor introduced the second name ,
perhaps ...

Author: François Danican Philidor

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Studies of Chess

Containing a Systematic Introduction to the Game ; and The Analysis of Chess.
The Dueen's Gambit , OTHERWISE CALLED THE GAMBIT OF ALEPPO . Philidor
introduced the second name ; perhaps as an acknowledgment for having ...

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Studies of Chess

... The white has to move . The black king might have avoided giving such a stale
- mate ; Shall we grant him indemnity for marring the game ? The Editor invites
the experienced reader's particular attention to the F2 The LAWS OF CHESS . 67.

Author: Sir William Jones

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Studies of Chess

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Author: William Jones

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ISBN: 9780371959213

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Studies of chess containing Caissa a poem by sir W Jones A systematic introduction to the game and The whole analysis of chess by A D Philidor

Author: Sir William Jones

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Studies of Chess containing a systematic introduction to the game and the Analysis of Chess By A D Philidor Sixth edition etc

Author: STUDIES.

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Chess Studies and End Games Systematically Arranged Being a Complete Guide for Learners and Advanced Players

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations.

Author: Bernard Horwitz

Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press

ISBN: 9780353451988

Category: History

Page: 386

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The Book of Chess

The whole of the details given above must be thoroughly studied , must be
committed to memory accurately , must be practised continually , until the student
knows at once - intuitively ... The following Chess Studies 378 THE BOOK OF
CHESS .

Author: George H. Selkirk

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The Household Chess Magazine

Tbe tournament is for two classes composition , namely ,ordinary problems , and
Chess studies or end games . Each contributor may compete for the two prizes .
Art . 3. — Each competitor for a prize must send in six problems or four Chess ...

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Chess World

That each candidate should contribute six ordinary problems or four Chess
studies . The problems to be in three , four , or five moves at the choice of the
authors , but not to exceed five moves . The number of moves in the Chess
studies to be ...

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The Chess Player s Magazine

The tournament is for two classes of composition , namely ,ordinary problems ,
and Chess studies or end games . Each contributor may compete for the two
prizes . ART . 3. Each competitor for a prize must send in six problems or four
Chess ...

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Health Consequences of Sulphur Oxides

A Report from CHESS, 1970-1971 National Environmental Research Center,
Research Triangle Park, N.C. Human Studies Laboratory. PREFACE
CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS ERRATA FOR PUBLICATION NO . EPA - 650. This
is a report on a ...

Author: National Environmental Research Center, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Human Studies Laboratory

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Category: Air

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Health Consequences of Sulfur Oxides

A Report from CHESS, 1970-1971 National Environmental Research Center (
Research Triangle Park, N.C.). Human Studies Laboratory. PREFACE
CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS CONTENTS Section Page . . . . . This is a report on a
series of ...

Author: National Environmental Research Center (Research Triangle Park, N.C.). Human Studies Laboratory

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Health Consequences of Sulfur Oxides

Studies included in this monograph are the " state of the art " summary of our
findings to date . As new techniques and areas of study appropriate to CHESS
are identified , they will be incorporated into the CHESS program .
Developmental ...

Author: Community Health and Environmental Surveillance System (CHESS)

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Notes of Studies on the Tempest

G . A. A. I. FISH DEAN HORACE HOWARD FURNESS SECRETARY
EXCURSUS FERDINAND AND MIRANDA'S GAME OF Chess * Steevens thinks ,
that Sh occupied Fer . and Mir . , while by themselves , in playing Chess ,
because he had ...

Author: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia

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