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CHESS.
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B. The king's knight at his king's second square.
14 W. The queen's knight at his bishop's third
square. B. The king's knight at his queen's fourth square.*
15 W. The knight takes the knight.
B. The pawn retakes the knight.
16 W. The queen's bishop at her rook's third
square. B. The bishop takes the bishop.
17 W. The rook takes the bishop.
B. The king at his second square.
18 W. The king at his bishop's third square.
B. The king's rook at its queen's knight's square.
19 W. The knight at his king's second square.
B. The king at his third square.
20 W. The king's rook at its queen's rook's
square. B. The king's rook at its queen's knight's second square.
21 W. The queen's rook gives check.
B. The knight covers the check.
22 W. The king's rook at the black queen's rook's
fourth square. B. The king's knight's pawn one move.
23 W. The knight at his queen's bishop's third
square. B. The queen's rook at its queen's square.
24 W. The queen's rook takes the rook's pawn.
B. The rook takes the rook.
* In this present situation your adversary is forced to propose the changing of knights, though by this move he separates his pawns ; because, if he had played any thing else, you would have taken his rook's pawn, by playing only your knight at the black queen's knight's fourth square.
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