... the worst of it, and will be obliged to sacrifice a Knight. This, however, is no great disadvantage to a fine player in this opening, as was proved by Mr. Cochrane some years since. Before... A handbook of chess - Side 59av George Frederick Pardon - 1860Uten tilgangsbegrensning - Om denne boken
| Robert B. Wormald - 1860 - 58 sider
...to Q 3 Pelroff's Defence. 1 T to K 4 1. P to K 4 •i. K Kt to B 3 2. K Kt to B 3 The Giaoco Piano. **1. P to K 4 1. P to K 4 2. K Kt to B 3** 2. Q Kt to B 3 S. B to QB 4 3. B to QB 4 Captain Evans's Gambit. 1. P to K 4 1. P to K 4 2. K Kt to... | |
| I O Howard Taylor - 1869
...SlGNOR DUBOIS WINS OF GENERAL M. OF EoME. [Giuoco PIANO.] WHITE. BLACK. (GENERAL M.) (SioNOR DUBOIS.) **1. P. to K. 4. 1. P. to K. 4. 2. K. Kt. to B. 3.** 2. Q. Kt. to B. 3. 3. B. to QB 4. 3. B. to QB 4. 4. P. to Q. 3. 4. P. to KB 4. 5. K. Kt. to Kt. 5.... | |
| Frederick William Longman - 1870 - 64 sider
...disagreeable attacks. 2. P to KB 4, or 2. P to QB 3, axe also bad. § 1. The King's Bishop's Defence. **White Black 1. P to K 4 1. P to K 4 2.** B to QB 4 2. B to QB 4 You may now play 3. K Kt to B 3, or 3. P to Q Kt 4 (best), or 3. Q to K 2, the... | |
| George Frederick Pardon - 1873
...movinj;, without endangering a change of Queens. 7 KB to QB 4, 7 KB to QB 4 8 QB to K. 3 8 Castlea **9 Castles and the game is again even. VARIATION II....squares, the first moves his King's Knight to Bishop's** thirdWhite. Black. 1 P. to K. 4 1 P. to K. 4 2 K. Kt. to B. 3 Wet have seen the effect of Black replying... | |
| Frederick William Longman - 1874 - 64 sider
...rests with the first player, so difficult and dangerous is the defence. GAME I. The Gambit Accepted* **White Black 1. P to K 4 1. P to K 4 2. K Kt to** В 3 2. Q Kt to В 3 3. В to Q В 4 3. В to Q В 4 4. P to Q Kt 4 4. В x P 5. P to Q В 3 5. В... | |
| 1875 - 140 sider
...termination. MORPHY and PAULSEN. 124.-KING,S KNIGHT'S OPENING. Ordinary. PAULSEN. (White.) MORPHY. **(Black.) 1 P. to K. 4. 1 P. to K. 4. 2** Kt. to KB 3. 2 Kt. to QB 3. 3 Kt. to QB 3. 3 Kt. to К B. 3. 4 B to Q. Kt. 5. 4 B. to B. 4. 5 Castles.... | |
| William Cook (writer on chess.) - 1880
...Bishop, which is a powerful attacking piece in the opening of a game. Therefore we record these moves— **WHITE. BLACK. 1 P tO K 4 1 P to K 4** (Pawn to King's fourth square) (Pawn to King's fourth square) Both players take advantage of the privilege... | |
| 1883
...Played recently in Philadelphia, between Messrs. Steinitz and Martinez. STEINITZ Steinitz. Martinez. **White. Black. 1 . . P to K 4 1 . . P to K 4 2** . . Kt to QB 3 2 . . Kt to QB 3 3..PtoKB 4 3 . . P x P 4..P to Q4 4..Q to R 5 ch 5..KtoK2 5 . . P to... | |
| 1885
...expected. The game had advanced to this position, I playing the White men, and Jenkins handling the Black. **WHITE. BLACK. 1. P to K 4 1. P to K 4 2.** P to KB 4 2. P takes P 3. KttoKB3 3. P to K Kt 4 4. P to KR 4 4. P to Kt 5 5. Kt to K 5 " Ah ! " exclaimed... | |
| 1887 - 532 sider
...Before dismissing this fine opening, it will be well to examine a few remaining methods of defense **left to the second player. Each player having advanced...knight to bishop's third — White, Black. 1 P. to K. 4** I P. to K. 4 2 K. Kt to B. 3 We have seen the effect of black replying by moving pawn to king's bishop's... | |
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