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19. Wh. The Queen at her 2d sq. Bl. The K. R. Pawn one sq.

20. Wh. The Q. Rook at the bl. Q. B. 4th sq. Bl. The Q. Rook at its Q. sq.

21. Wh. The K. Bishop at his Q. R. 4th sq. Bl. The K. Kt. Pawn 2

sq.

22. Wh. The Q. Bishop at his K. 3d

sq. Bl. The Rook takes the Rook.

23. Wh. The Knight takes the Rook. Bl. The Queen at her 3d sq.

24. Wh. The Queen at her K. R. 2d sq. Bl. The King at his Kt. 2d

sq.

25. Wh. The Queen takes the Queen. Bl. The Rook takes the Queen.

26. Wh. The Q. R. Pawn one sq. Bl. The King at his Kt. 3d sq.

27. Wh. The Q. Kt. Pawn 2 sq. Bl. The K. R. Pawn one sq.

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

29. Wh. The Rook at the bl. Q. B. 2d sq. Bl. The Rook at its Q. 2d sq.

30. Wh. The Rook takes the Rook. (c) Bl. The Bishop takes the Rook.

31. Wh. The King at his Kt. 2d sq. Bl. The K. R. Pawn one sq.

32. Wh. The Q. Bishop at his K. B.

2d

sq. Bl. The King at his R. 4th sq.

33. Wh. The K. Bishop gives check. Bl. The Bishop covers the check.

34. Wh. The Bishop takes the Bishop. Bl. The King takes the Bishop.

35. Wh. The Knight checks at his K. 3d

sq. Bl. The King at the wh. K. B. 4th sq.

(c) If not it will be the same.

36. wh. The King at his R. 3d sq. Bl. The King at the wh. K. B. 3d sq.

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

38. Wh. The Bishop at his K. Kt. sq. BI. The K. Pawn one sq.

39. Wh. The Q. R. Pawn one sq. Bl. The K. Pawn one sq.

40. Wh. The Bishop at his K. B. 2d sq. Bl. The Knight takes the Q. Pawn, and af

terwards wins the Game.

A NEW OBSERVATION

UPON THE

CUNNINGHAM GAMBIT.

The first Four Moves as before.

5. Wh. The King at his B. sq. (a) Bl. The Q. Pawn one sq.

(a) I have already shewn, that the attack of that gambit is far from being good, since the defence must win

6. Wh. The Q. Pawn 2 sq. Bl. The Queen at her K. B. 3d sq.

7. Wh. The K. Pawn one sq. Bl. The Q. Pawn takes the Pawn.

8. Wh. The Q. Pawn takes the Pawn. Bl. The Queen at her K. 2d sq.

9. Wh. The Q. Bishop takes the Gambit's Pawn. Bl. The Q. Bishop at the wh. K. Kt. 4th sq.

10. Wh. The Q. Knight at his B. 3d sq. Bl. The Q. B. Pawn one sq.

11. Wh. The Q. Knight at his K. 4th sq. and must win the

game.

every way when tolerably well performed; three pawns well conducted cannot be less than equivalent to a piece: But the sure way to succeed in the attack is, when the check is given with the bishop at the fourth move, to remove your king to his own bishop's place, and not push the pawn as Cunningham directs. ; This makes it impossible for your adversary to preserve the gambit's pawn, which it will be always in your power to take, and to preserve continually the attack upon him.

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THE

QUEEN'S GAMBIT,

OTHERWISE

THE GAMBIT OF ALEPPO,

WITH SIX BACK GAMES.

1.

Wh. The Q. Pawn 2 sq.
BI. The same.

2.
Wh. The Q. B. Pawn 2 sq.
Bl. The Pawn takes the Pawn.

3. Wh. The K. Pawn 2 sq. (a) 6

(a) If you had pushed this pawn but one square, your adversary would have shut up your queen's bishop for at least half the game; this the first backgame will shew.

A certain author (otherwise a very good player, who delights chiefly in this queen's gambit) teaches to push this pawn only one square; but this will convince him and others that it is better to push it two; nevertheless, I will agree, that by pushing it only one, you may sometimes deceive a bad player, but this does not justify the

move,

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