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Harrwitz of Paris and Mr. Capdebo, a strong Hungarian player. McCabe and Mr.

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Horwitz and Mr. Kt's 4th , to attack the Rook. The move in the text was not made without due deliberation, and we believe it the best on the board. Black dare not now advance his Q. He should have played R. Kt's 2d , or Q.

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R's square. Had he played P. Kt's 4th , Black might have taken it with his Kt. By playing K.

Tempting Black to open the discovered check, which would cost him "the exchange. Game V. Amant and Mr. Kt's 3d. Taking the Pawn gives an immediate advantage to White. B's 5th at this point, his opponent may move Kt. Kt's 5th , threatening to play afterwards Q. Kt's 8th ch. Game VI. Cheney, of Syracuse, N. Game VII.

Popert and another fine player of London. Game VIII. Buckle and Mr. Captain Evans's Gambit. First Variation, Commencing at Black's 4th move. Second Variation, Commencing at Black's 5th move. Game 1. Mead, of N. Anderssen and Mr. B's 4th , bringing out his K.

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The Knight's Game of Ruy Lopez. By his 3d move, White threatens to take the Q. Beginning at Black's 4th move.

Lasker and Wm. Black's difficulty is how to dispose of the Kt. Now Kt's 3d in this instance, although perhaps preferable, is not a good place either, subject as it must be to an early attack from the K. There seems little use in this move. Either he can Castle now; if not, then it is proof positive that his defence is bad. Although this looks like a defensive move, to make room for the Kt. With The object is, if P. Allowance must of course be made for the fact that, being two Pawns behind, White has nothing to lose and everything to gain by desperate tactics. The King should make for safety in the corner, via B's 2d.

R to Q's 2d should have been played, or R. The game is now over. It will be readily admitted that it is a well-earned victory which none will grudge the plucky young player. We really cannot see a satisfactory move, for if R. Or if Q. Beginning at White's 4th move. Your game is less confined than his, but you have very little advantage.

And he has at least as good a game as you have.

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This variation serves to prove that your castling on the 5th move is less advisable than the move of 5. Black now relinquishes the defence of the P. Your game is better opened, but there is no very striking disparity in the positions.

Cochrane's Attack. Followed by R. Variation, Beginning at Black's 7th move.

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I believe the best answering moves have been made by Black, and now, upon surveying the aspect of the board, there can be no question, I apprehend, that your game is much superior. Variation, Beginning at Black's 5th move. And again, I believe, with the strangely changed positions of his King and Queen, and the facility afforded you for bringing the Pieces into immediate action, that the game is very much in your favor.

Varying from the preceding at Black's 4th move. B's 2d. R's 4th. A strong move. B's 5th perhaps stronger. We cannot see its object. Why not Q. Kt's 5th , threatening to check K. Much better than B. White also threatened P. Kt's 4th. And New York resigns, as they must lose their Q. Meek, of Mobile, and Mr. Cochrane and Deschapelles. Harrwitz and Staunton. Horwitz and Captain Evans. The Italians' Defence. Lewis's Counter Gambit. McDonnell's Double Gambit. The Lopez Gambit.

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And by afterwards moving the Kt. B's 5th , Black must win at least a Piece. Variation, Beginning at White's 4th move.

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