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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, entitled, Stratagèmes des échecs. Carefully revised and improved. To which is prefixed, an introduction to the game of chess.

APA Citation

Montigny. (1817). 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. 3rd ed. London: T. and J. Allman [etc.].

MLA Citation

Montigny. 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. 3rd ed. London: T. and J. Allman [etc.], 1817.

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