Studies of Chess; Containing Caissa, a Poem Volume 2

Studies of Chess; Containing Caissa, a Poem Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1804 edition. Excerpt: ...knight's 3d. B. The rook at the adverse king's bishop's 3d. 6. W. The bishop at the adverse queen's 3d. B. The rook gives check. 7. W. The bishop covers the check. B. The rook at the adverse king's bishop's 3d. (a) 8. W. The rook gives ' check at the adverse king's 2d. B. The king at his bishop's square. (b") 9. W. The rook at the adverse queen's bishop's 2d. B. The king at his knight's square. Notes. (a) If he had moved his king to his bishop's square, you would have piayed your rook to his king's rook's second, in order to give mate the next move. (6) If he had moved his king to his queen's square, you must have played your rook to his queen's knight's second, in order to give mate the next move. W. The 10. W. The rook gives check at the adverse king's knight's 2d. B. The king at his bishop's square. (c) 11. W. The rook at its king's knight's 4th. B. The king at his square. (d) 12. W. The bishop at his king's bishop's 4th, and must win the game. Notes. (c) If he had played his king to his rook'a square, you would have won his rook, giving check by discovery. (d) If he had played his rook to your king's third, to prevent the check of your bishop; you must have played your rook to your king's rook's fourth, in order to give mate the next move. THIRD BACK GAME, On the Siventh Move of the Black. 7. W. The rook at its queen's bishop's 4th. B. The king at his bishop's square. 8. W. The bishop at the adverse king's 4th. B. The king at his knight's square. 9. W. The rook at its king's rook's 4th, and must win the game. Vol. ii. K METHOD METHOD OF FORCING THE BLACK TO TAKE THE POSITION ABOVE ASSIGNED, IN ORDER TO GIVE MATE WITH A ROOK AND BISHOP AGAINST A ROOK. Situation of the White. The king at his 4th square. The bishop at his king's 3d square....show more

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  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123649038X
  • 9781236490384