W. The king's rook at its queen's knight's fourth square.
25 B. The king's bishop's pawn one move. W. The king's bishop takes the queen's rook's
26 B. The pawn takes the bishop.
W. The queen takes the pawn, and gives check.
27 B. The king retires.
W. The queen gives check.
28 B. The knight covers the check.
W. The queen's rook's pawn one move.
29 B. The king at his queen's second square. W. The queen takes the queen's pawn, and
30 B. The king retires.
W. The queen's rook's pawn one move, and by different ways wins the game.
The inventor of which thought it a sure game ; hut three pawns well conducted, for the loss of a bishop only, will win the game, playing well on both sides. There are two back-games: one from the seventh, and the other at the eleventh move.
1 W. The king's pawn two moves.
B. The same.
2 W. The king's bishop's pawn two moves.
B. The king's pawn takes the pawn.
3 W. The king's knight at his king's bishop's
third square. B. The king's bishop at his king's second square.
4 W. The king's bishop at his queen's bishop's