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The Blue Book of Chess - Teaching the Rudiments of the Game, and Giving an Analysis of All the Recognized Openings by Various;Howard Staunton
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| TRANSCRIBER'S NOTE |
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| 1. At the end of this text, an addition has been made |
| of the translation of the eighty-five "Illustrative |
| Games" into Portable Game Notation. While every effort |
| has been made to reproduce the text of "The Blue Book |
| of Chess" exactly as published, the exception has been |
| the inclusion of identification "tags" of the form |
| "{PGN xx}", where "xx" is a two digit number. This has |
| been done to facilitate the reader in locating the PGN |
| for each game by performing a search on the |
| identifying tag. |
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| 2. Due to the limitations of ascii art, the Knight has |
| been abbreviated as "N" on the chessboard, while it |
| appears as "Kt." in the text. The ascii convention of |
| the Black pieces being marked with an asterisk has |
| also been followed. |
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