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Title: Chess and Checkers: The Way to Mastership
Author: Edward Lasker
Release Date: January, 2004 [EBook #4913]
[This file was last updated on April 7, 2002]
Character set encoding: ASCII
*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CHESS AND CHECKERS ***
Board and men
The moves of the men
Symbols for moves
Relative value of the men
How the different men cooperate
King's Pawn openings
Queen's Pawn openings
The middle game
The first position
The second position
The change of the move
The third position
The fourth position
The fifth position
INFORMATION ABOUT THIS E-TEXT EDITION
The following is an e-text of "Chess and Checkers: The Way
This e-text contains the 118 chess and checkers board game
diagrams appearing in the original book, plus an extra chess
diagram that appears on the front cover of the book, all in
the form of ASCII line drawings. The following is a key to
B = Bishop
Q = Queen
K = King
P = Pawn
Black pieces have a # symbol to the left of them, while
white pieces have a ^ symbol to the left of them. For example,
#B is the Black bishop, while ^B is the white bishop. #Kt is
the black knight, while ^Kt is the white knight. This will
let the reader instantly tell by sight which pieces in the
ASCII chess diagrams are black and which are white.
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