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Books Bücher 21 - 24 von 24 in If yeu have a mind to exercise or show your judgment, do it in playing your own game,...
" If yeu have a mind to exercise or show your judgment, do it in playing your own game, when you have an opportunity, not in criticising, or meddling with, or counselling the play of others. Lastly, if the game is not to be played rigorously, according... "
The accomplished chess-player [by R. Roy]. - Seite 12
von Reuben Roy - 1849
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The Autobiography and Essays of Dr. Benjamin Franklin

1864 - 231 Seiten
...the game is not to be played rigorously, according to the rules above mentioned, then moderate ^our desire of victory over your adversary, and be pleased...unskilfulness or inattention ; but point out to him kindly, lhat by such a move he places or leaves a piece in danger and •nsupported ; that by another he will...
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The ABC of chess, by a lady [H.I.C.].

H I. C - 1885
...others. Lastly, if the game is not to be played rigorously, according to the rules above mentioned, then moderate your desire of victory over your adversary, and be pleased with one «ver yourself. Snatch not eagerly at every advantage offered by his unskilfuluess or inattention ;...
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The World's Best Essays: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Band 5

David Josiah Brewer, Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler - 1900
...be played rigorously, according to the rules above mentioned, then moderate your desire of vietory over your adversary, and be pleased with one over...Snatch not eagerly at every advantage offered by his unskillfulness or inattention, but point out to him kindly that by such a move he places or leaves...
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Benjamin Franklin: An American Life

Walter Isaacson - 2003 - 608 Seiten
...opponent, do not try to deceive by pretending to have made a bad move, and never gloat in victory: "Moderate your desire of victory over your adversary, and be pleased with the one over yourself." There were even times when it was prudent to let an opponent retract a bad...
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