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CHESS.                               377
33  W. The queen's rook at its king's second
square. B. The queen's pawn one move.
34  W. The pawn takes the pawn.
B. The queen's rook takes the pawn.
35 W. The king's rook at the black king's second
square. B. The king's knight's pawn one step ; if he sustained the pawn, the game was lost
36 W. One of the two rooks takes the pawn.
B. The rook takes the rook.
37 W. The rook retakes the rook.
B. The rook gives check at the white ^king's bishop's second square.
38  W. The king at his queen's bishop's third
square. B. The rook takes the pawn.
39 W. The rook's pawn two steps.*
B. The king's knight's pawn one step.
40 W. The rook's pawn one move.
B. The knight's pawn one move.
41  W. The rook at its king's square.
B. The knight's pawn one move.
42 W. The rook at its king's knight's square,
B. The rook gives check.
43 W. The king at his queen's bishop's fourth
square. B. The rook at the white king's knight's third square.
44 W. The rook's pawn one move.
B. The rook at its king's knight's second square.
* If you had taken his pawn with your rook, instead of push­ing this pawn, you had lost the game ; because your king would have prevented your rook from coming in time to stop the pas­sage of his knight's pawn This may be seen by playing over the same moves.
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