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" ... the option of compelling him to take it with a piece or Pawn that can legally take it, or to move his own piece or Pawn which he touched. "
The ABC of chess, by a lady [H.I.C.]. - Seite 20
von H I. C - 1885
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The Chess player's chronicle

1841
...his adversary has the option of obliging him to move either. XIII. If a player make a false move, ie, play a piece or Pawn to any square to which it cannot...on the square to which he played it ; 2nd, to move it correctly to another square ; 3rd, to replace the piece or Pawn and move his King. XIV. Should a...
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Chess Player's Chronicle, Band 2

1841
...replace the piece or Pawn and move his King ; 2nd, to replace the piece or Pawn and take it ; 3rd, to let the piece or Pawn remain on the square to which it had been played, as if the move were correct. XI. If a player take one of his adversary's men with...
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The Saturday magazine

1842
...adversary has the option of obliging him to move either. XIII. If a player make a false move, »'. e., play a piece or pawn to any square to which it cannot...moved, his adversary has the choice of three penalties; w., 1st, 01 compelling fiim to let the piece .or pawn remain on the square to which he played it; 2nd,...
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A Treatise on the Game of Chess: Containing an Introduction to the Game, and ...

William Lewis - 1844 - 531 Seiten
...his adversary has the option of obliging him to move either. XIII. If a player make a false move, te play a piece or pawn to any square to which it cannot...adversary has the choice of three penalties; viz. 1. of compelling him to let the piece or pawn remain on the square to which he played it ; 2. to move...
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A treatise on the game of chess

William Lewis - 1844 - 531 Seiten
...his adversary has the option of obliging him to move either. XTTT. If a player make a false move, ie play a piece or pawn to any square to which it cannot...moved, his adversary has the choice of three penalties; riz. 1. of compelling him to let the piece or pawn remain on the square to which he played it ; 2....
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Amusements in Chess

Charles Tomlinson - 1845 - 352 Seiten
...to replace the piece or pawn and move his King ; 2nd, to replace the piece or pawn and take it; 3rd, to let the piece or pawn remain on the square to which it had been played, as if the move were correct. XI. If a player take one of his adversary's men with...
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The Chess-player's Handbook: A Popular and Scientific Introduction to the ...

Howard Staunton - 1847 - 518 Seiten
...Ms adversary has the option of obliging him to move either. XIII. If a player make a felse move, ie, play a Piece or Pawn to any square to which it cannot...move correctly to another square; 3rd, to replace the Piece or Pawn and move his King. xrv. Should a player move out of his turn, his adversary may choose...
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The manual of chess

Charles Kenny (of Bayswater.) - 1847
...adversary has the option of obliging him to move either. xIII. If a player make a false move—ie, play a piece or pawn to any square to which it cannot legally be moved—his adversary has the choice of three penalties ; viz., 1st, of compelling him to let the piece...
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The Book of Chess: Containing the Rudiments of the Game, and Elementary ...

Howard Staunton - 1850 - 509 Seiten
...To replace the piece or Pawn and move his King; 2d. To replace the piece or Pawn and take it ; 3d. To let the piece or Pawn remain on the square to which it had been played, as if the move were correct. 11. CAPTURING BY FALSE MOVE. — If a player take...
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The Chess-player's Pocket Companion: Containing an Account of the Game of ...

Samuel Comyn - 1851 - 2 Seiten
...replace the Piece or Pawn and move his King ; 2nd, to replace the. Piece or Pawn and take it ; 3rd, to let the Piece or Pawn remain on the square to which it had been played, as if the move were correct. XI. If a player take one of his adversary's men with,...
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