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Books Bücher 1 - 2 von 2 in II. The KNIGHT. The move of the knight is peculiar to himself, and difficult to explain....
" II. The KNIGHT. The move of the knight is peculiar to himself, and difficult to explain. It is two squares at once (three, including his own) in a direction partly diagonal and partly strait. The house he goes into, is always of a different colour from... "
Social chess, a collection of games - Seite 16
von James Mason - 1900
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The Theory of Chess: A Treatise, in which the Principles and Maxims of this ...

Peter Pratt - 1799 - 107 Seiten
...peculiar to himself, and difficult to explain. It is two squares at once (three, including his own) in a direction partly diagonal and partly strait....to it he passes obliquely over the corners of two. The knight's power of capture reaches to any square that his move will take him into. Note — That...
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Studies of Chess: Containing Caïssa, a Poem, Band 1

Sir William Jones, François Danican Philidor - 1810
...(three, including his own) in a direction partly diagonal and partly strait. The house to which he steps is always of a different colour from that which he...but one to the latter ; although in his passage to * This is the custom of all the pieces on a capture. it he passes transversely over the corners of...
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