A Selection of Games at Chess, Actually Played by Philidor and His Contemporaries: Now First Published from the Original Manuscripts ; with Notes and Additions
Sherwood, Gilbert, & Piper, 1835 - 110 pages
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“A” Selection of Games at Chess, Actually Played by Philidor and His ...
Affichage du livre entier - 1835
allow appears attacks Kt attacks Q better Bishop Black BOWDLER Castles Checkmate checks CONWAY corner covers example exchange force gain Gambit given gives Count BRUHL interposes K. B. eighth K. B. fifth K. B. P. takes K. B. P. two sq K. B. sq K. B. takes K. B. third K. B. to Q K. B. to Q. B. K. P. advances K. P. one sq King Knight latter LEYCESTER loses Mate odds once opening party Pawn and move piece play position present Q. B. fourth Q. B. P. advances Q. B. P. one sq Q. B. second Q. B. seventh Q. P. two sq Queen receiving retake Rook side situation sixth square takes K. P. takes K. R. P. takes Kt takes P. B. takes takes P. Q. takes P. Q. Kt takes Q threatens three moves WHITE WILSON
Page 52 - For the last two months of his life, he was kept alive merely by art, and the kind attentions of an old and worthy friend. To the last moment of his existence he enjoyed, though near seventy years of age, a strong retentive memory, which had long rendered him remarkable in the circle of his acquaintance in this capital.
Page 103 - A NEW TREATISE ON CHESS ; containing the Rudiments of the Game, explained on scientific principles ; with the best methods of playing the most brilliant Openings and difficult Ends of Games ; including numerous original Positions, and a selection of Fifty new Chess Problems. By GEORQE WALKER, 1833, London.
Page 77 - KP two squares 2 K. Kt. to B. third 3 KB to QB fourth 4 QBP one square , 5 QP two squares 6 P.
Page 104 - CHESS, ACTUALLY PLAYED BY PHILIDOR, AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES. NOW FIRST PUBLISHED FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS; WITH NOTES AND ADDITIONS.
Page 104 - STURGES' GUIDE TO THE GAME OF DRAUGHTS; IN WHICH THE WHOLE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THAT SCIENTIFIC RECREATION ARE CLEARLY ILLUSTRATED; INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED HUNDREDAND-FIFTY CRITICAL AND BRILLIANT POSITIONS BY JOSHUA STURGES, DISPLAYED ON SEPARATE DIAGRAMS.
Page i - A selection of curious and entertaining games at Chess, that have been actually played.
Page 53 - ... as a mark of refpecS to the immortal name of Philidor." So we are informed by Mr. Walker. f I wifh he had not added, that "it was difgraceful to them, that no funeral tablet was erected, to point out the place of his reft." I wifh he had not charged "the great, the noble, the wealthy...