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13. W The king's knight at his king's bishop's 4tk

square. k B. The queen at her king's 2d square. A 14. W The queen's bishop takes the black bishop. I

B The pawn takes the wbite queen's bishop. 15. W The king castles with his rook. m

B The queen's knight at his queen's 2d square. 16. W The knight takes the black bishop. i B The queen takes the knight. . 17. W The king's bishop's pawn two steps.

B The king's knight at his queen's bishop's 2d square. ispor 18. W The queen's rook at its king's place. SEPERTI B The king's knight's pawn one move. 12 19. W The king's rook's pawn one move. O

B. The queen's pawn one move. 1920. W The knight at his king's 4th square.

game, beginning from this 12th move : the black bishop

There taking your bishop, shows, that playing well on 12bob sides it makes no alteration in the case. The king's pawn, together with the queen's, or the king's

pawn, well played, and well supported, must certainly ni win the game. nimm behin k Your king's pawn not being in danger, your knight Mattacks bis bishop, in order to take or have it removed.

Dal 1 It is always unsafe to let the adversary's king's bieshop batter the line of your king's bishop's pawn ; and

as it is likewise tbe most dangerous piece to forin an at.

tack, it is not only necessary to attack him at times by nyour queen's bishop, but you must get rid of that piece

as soon as a convenient opportunity presents.

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m Castle on the king's side, with a view to strengthen and protect your king's bishop's pawn, which advance two steps as soon as your king's pawn is attacked.

i n He is forced to play this pawn, to deter you from

pushing your king's bishop's pawn upon his queen. i o This move is played to concentraie all your pawns together, and push them afterward with vigour.

B The king's rook's pawn one move. p 21. W The queen's knight's pawn one move.

B The queen's rook's pawo one move. 22. W The king's knighi's pawn two steps.

B The king's knight at his queen's 4th square. 23. W The knight at his king's knight's 3d square. g

B The king's knight at the white king's 3d square. r 24. W The queen's rook takes the knight.

B The pawn takes the rook. 25. W The queen takes the pawn. B The queen's rook takes the pawn of the opposite

rook. 26. W The rook at his king's place. s

B The queen takes the white queen's knight's pawn. 27. W The queen at her king's 4th square.

B The queen at her king's 3d square. t 28. W The king's bishop's pawn one move.

B The pawn takes it 29. W The pawn takes again. u

B The queen at her 4th square. 38

p He plays this pawn to hinder your knight from entering in his game, and forcing his queen to remove; else your pawns would have an open way.

9 You should play this knight in order to push your king's bishop's pawn next it will be then strengthened by three pieces, the bishop, the rook, and the knight.

go He plays this knight to subvert your scheme by breaking the strength of your pawns, by pushing his king's knight's pawn; but baulk his design by changing your rook for his knight.

s Play your rook to protect your king's pawn, which else would remain in the lurch when you push your king's bishop's pawn.

t The queen returns to prevent the check-mate.

u You would run the risk of losing the game, were you not to take with your pawn.

* He offers to change queens in order to frustrate your plan of giving him check-male with your queen and bishop.

square.

30. W The queen takes the queen.

B The pawn takes the queen. 31. W The bishop takes the pawn in his way.

B The knight at his 3d square. 32. W The king's bishop's pawn one move. y

B The queen's rook at the white queen's knight's .. . 2d square. 33. W The bishop at bis queen's 3d square.

B The king at his bishop's 2d square.. 34. W The bishop at the biack king's bishop's 4th

B The knight at the white queen's bishop's 4th square. 35. W The knight at the black king's rook's 4th square.

B The king's rook gives check. 36. W The bishop covers the check.

B The knight at the white queen's 2d square. 37. W The king's pawn gives check.

B The king at his knight's 3d square. z 38. W The king's bisbop's pawn one move.

B The rook at its king's bishop's square. 39. W The knight gives check at the 4th square of his

king's bishop. B The king at his knight's 2d square 40. W The bishop at the black king's rook's 4th square.

B Plays any where, the white pushes to queen.

FIRST BACK GAME;

From the twelfth move.

12. W The queen's pawn retakes it.

B The king's bishop takes the white queen's bishop. 13. W The queen takes the bishop.

B The queen's bishop at his king's 3d square.

y When your bishop runs upon white. put your pawn always upon black, because then your bishop serves to drive away your adversary's king or rook when between your pawns; and vice versa, when your bishop runs black, then have your pawns upon white. uuu

% As his king may retire to his bishop's square, the second back game will inform you how to act in this case.

14. W The king's knight at his king's bishop's 4th square.

B The queen at her king's 2d square. 15. W The knight takes the bishop.

B The queen takes the knight. 16. W The king castles with his rook.

B The queen's knight at his queen's 2d square. 17. W The king's bishop's pawn two moves.

B The king's knight's pawn, one move. 18. W The king's rook's pawn one move.

B The king's knight at his 2d square. 19 W The king's knight's pawn two steps.

B The queen's bishop's pawn one move. 20. W The knight at his king's 2d square.

B The queen's pawn one move. 21. W The queen at her 2d square.

B The queen's knight at his third square. 22. W The knight at his king's knight's 3d square.

B The queen's knight at his queen's 4th square. 23. W The queen's rook at its king's square.

B The queen's knight at the white king's 3d square. 24. W The rook takes the knight.

B The pawn takes the rook. 25. W The queen takes the pawn.

B The queen takes the white queen's rook's pawn. 26. W The king's bishop's pawn one move.

B The queen takes the pawn. 27. W The king's bishop's pawn one move.

B The knight at his king's square. 28. W The king's knight's pawn one move.

B The queen at the white queen's 4th square. 29. W The queen takes the queen.

B The pawn takes the queen. 30. W The king's pawn one move.

B The knight at his queen's 3d square. 31. W The knight at his king's 4th square.

B The knight at his king's bishop's 4th square. 32. W The rook takes the knight.“

B The pawn takes the rook. 33. W The knight at the black queen's 3d square. B The king's bishop's pawn one move any where;

the game being lost. 34. W The king's pawn one move.

B The king's rook at its queen's knight's square. 35. W The bishop gives check.

B The king retires, having but one place. 36. W The knight gives check.

B The king remove3. 37. W The knight at the black queen's square dis

covering check. B The king moves where he can. . 38. W The king's pawn making a queen, gives

check-mate at the same time.

SECOND BACK GAME.

Commencing from the thirty-seventh move. 37. W The king's pawn gives check.

B The king at his bishop's square. 38. W 'The rook at its queen's rook's square. B The rook gives check at the white queen’sknight's

square. 39. W Thierook takes the rook.

B The knight retakes the rook. 40. W The king at his rook's 2d square.

B The knight at the white queen's bishop's 3d square. 41. W The knight at the king's bishop's 4th square.

B The knight at the white king's 4th square. 42. W The knight takes the pawn.

B The rook at its king's knight's 4th square. 43. W The king's pawn one move, and gives check.

B The king at his bishop's 2d square. 44. W The bishop gives check at the black king's 3d

square. B The king takes the bishop. 45. W 'The king's pawn makes a queen, and wins the

game.

GAME THE SECOND. Commencing with the black; wherein is seen that play.

ing the king's knight, the second move, is wrong play; because it gives the advantage of the attack to the adversary. The learner will see by these three different baek games, that a good attack keeps the adversary

always embarrassed. 1. B The king's pawn two steps.

W The same.

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