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13. Wh. The Queen takes the Bishop. Bl. The Q. Bishop at his K. 3d

sq.

14. Wh. The K. Kt. at his K. B. 4th

sq. Bl. The Queen at her K. 2d sq.

15. Wh. The Knight takes the Bishop. Bl. The Queen takes the Knigh.

16. Wh. The King castles his Rook. Bl. The Q. Knight at his Q. 2d sq.

17.

Wh. The K. B. Pawn 2

sq. Bl. The K. Kt. Pawn one sq.

18. Wh. The K. R. Pawn one sq. BI. The K. Kt. at his 2d sq.

19. Wh. The K. Kt. Pawn 2

sq. Bl. The Q. B. Pawn one sq.

20. Wh. The Knight at his K. 2d sq. Bl. The Q. Pawn one sq.

21. Wh. The Queen at her 2d sq. Bl. The Q. Kt. at his 3d sq.

22. Wh. The Knight at his K. Kt. 3d sq. Bl. The Q. Knight at his Q. 4th sq.

23. Wh. The Q. Rook at its K. sq. Bl. The Q. Knight at the wh. K. 3d

sq.

24.

Wh. The Rook takes the Knight.
Bl. The Pawn takes the Rook.

25. Wh. The Queen takes the Pawn. Bl. The Queen takes the Q. R. Pawn.

26.

Wh. The K. B. Pawn one sq.
Bl. The Queen takes the Q. Kt. Pawn.

27.
Wh. The K. B. Pawn one sq.
Bl. The Knight at his K. sq.

28. Wh. The K. Kt. Pawn one sq. Bl. The Queen at the wh. Q. 4th sq.

29. Wh. The Queen takes the Queen. Bl. The Pawn takes the Queen.

30. Wh. The K. Pawn one sq. Bl. The Knight at his Q. 3d

sq.

31. Wh. The Knight at his K. 4th sq Bl. The Knight at his K. B. 4th. sq.

32. Wh. The Rook takes the Knight. Bl. The Pawn takes the, Rook.

33.

Wh. The Knight at the bl. Q. 3d sq.
Bl. The K. B. Pawn one sq. or any where,

the
game being lost.

34.
Wh. The K. Pawn one sq.
Bl. The K. Rook at his 2. Kt. sq.

35. Wh. The Bishop gives check. Bl. King at his R. sq. having but one place.

36. Wh. The Knight gives check. Bl. The King at his Kt. sq.

37. Wh. Knight at the bl. Q. sq. discovering check Bl. The King at his R. sq.

38. Wh. The K. Pawn making a Queen gives

checkmate.

SECOND BACK GAME.

37. Wh. The K. Pawn gives check. Bl. The King at his B. sq.

38. Wh. The Rook at his Q. R. sq. Bl. The Rook gives check at wh. Q. Kt. sq.

39. Wh. The Rook takes the Rook. Bl. The Knight takes the Rook.

40. Wh. The King at his R. 2d sq. Bl. The Knight at the wh. Q. B. 3d sq.

41. Wh. The Knight at his K. B. 4th

sq. Bl. The Knight at the wh. K. 4th sq.

42. Wh. The Knight takes the Pawn. Bl. The Rook at his K. Kt, fourth

sq.

43. Wh. The K. Pawn gives check. Bl. The King at his B. 2d sq.

44. Wh. Bishop gives check at the bl. K. 3d sq. BI. The King takes the Bishop.

45. Wh. The K. Pawn makes a Queen, and wins.

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I. Wh. THE

HE K. Pawn 2 sq. Bl. The same.

2. Wh. The K. Bishop at his Q. B. 4th sq. Bl. The Q. B. Pawn one sq.

3.

Wh. The Q. Pawn 2 sq: (a)
Bl. The Pawn takes the Pawn. (6)

(a) Playing any thing else would give your adversary the move, and consequently the attack; this would put your game in a bad condition, because you could no longer hinder him from puting the strength of his pawns' in the middle of the board, and (supposing equally good play) winning the game.

(6) If he refuses taking your pawn, in order to pursue his scheme of attacking your bishop with his queen's pawn, he will (with good play on both sides) lose the game, because his queen's pawn being separated from his comrades must be lost. This producing great alterations in the game, is the subject of the first back game.

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