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The chess-player's handbook.
A popular and scientific introduction to the game of chess, exemplified in games actually played by the greatest masters and illustrated by numerous diagrams of original and remarkable positions.
By Howard Staunton ...

APA Citation

Staunton, H. (1872). The chess-player's handbook: A popular and scientific introduction to the game of chess, exemplified in games actually played by the greatest masters and illustrated by numerous diagrams of original and remarkable positions. New edition. London: Bell & Daldy.

MLA Citation

Staunton, Howard, 1810-1874. The Chess-player's Handbook: A Popular And Scientific Introduction to the Game of Chess, Exemplified In Games Actually Played by the Greatest Masters And Illustrated by Numerous Diagrams of Original And Remarkable Positions. New edition. London: Bell & Daldy, 1872.

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