Stratagems of chess;
or, A collection of critical and remarkable situations, selected from the works of eminent masters, illustrated on plates, describing the ingenious moves by which the game is either won, drawn, or stale-mate obtained. Taken from the celebrated French work, intituled, Stratagèmes des échecs. Carefully revised and improved. To which is prefixed, an introduction to the game of chess.
|Main Author:||Montigny, writer on chess.|
|Language(s):||English ; French|
London, T. and J. Allman [etc.] 1818.
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