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P-R6 P-R7 P-R6 P — R7 P — R8 (Q), The student would do and wins. well to acquaint hunself with various simple endings of this sort, so as to acquire the habit of counting, and thus be able to know with ease when he can or cannot get there again I must cannot by if itself Once attention to the fact that a book teach how to play. It can only serve must be learned by experience, a teacher can be had at the same time, so much as a guide, and call first. and the rest the faster will the student be able to learn.

RELATIVE VALUE OF THE PIECES 24 6 8 Q— R Kt — R 10 K — B i; 7 Q— R 8 ch, K— K 2; 9 R— K 7 ch, 7 Q X Kt ch, i Kt— Kt i; K— Q i; ch, mate. This combination many rather long and has is vari- therefore a beginner will hardly be able to ations, fathom it ; but, knowing the type of combination, he might under similar circumstances undertake and carry out a briUiant attack which he would otherwise never think tions It will of. shown have be seen that all the combina- for a foundation the proper co-ordi- nation of the pieces, which have all been brought to bear against a weak point.

This combination many rather long and has is vari- therefore a beginner will hardly be able to ations, fathom it ; but, knowing the type of combination, he might under similar circumstances undertake and carry out a briUiant attack which he would otherwise never think tions It will of. shown have be seen that all the combina- for a foundation the proper co-ordi- nation of the pieces, which have all been brought to bear against a weak point. 5. RELATIVE VALUE OF THE PIECES Before going on to the general principles of the openings, it is advisable to give the student an idea of the proper relative value of the pieces.

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