White Queen

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Stratagems of Chess; Or, a Collection of Critical and Remarkable Situations

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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

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Stratagems of chess, or A collection of critical and remarkable situations, illustrated on plates, taken from Stratagèmes des échecs [by-Montigny]. To which is prefixed, An introduction to the game of chess [by Charles Jones].

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A Guide to Chess Endings

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The Art of Chess

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Through the Looking Glass

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How to Solve Chess Problems

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Advances in Computing and Communications, Part II

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Chess For Dummies

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A World Champion's Guide to Chess

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Chess, Step by Step

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Daily Mail Basic Chess

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Premodern Rulers and Postmodern Viewers

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Chess Basics

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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror

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Game of Crowns

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