The book of chess:
containing the rudiments of the game, and elementary analyses of the most popular openings.
Exemplified in games actually played by the greatest masters; including Staunton's analysis of the king's and queen's gambits, numerous positions and problems on diagrams, both original and selected; also a series of chess tales, with illustrations engraved from original designs. The whole extracted and translated from the best sources, by H. R. Agnel.
|Main Author:||Agnel, H. R. 1799-1871.|
|Related Names:||Staunton, Howard 1810-1874.|
New York : D. Appleton & company, 1858.
Running title: Chess for winter evenings.
xiv p., 2 ℓ., -509 p. incl. front.
3 pl., diagrs.
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