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A supplement to the Chess player's handbook, containing all the most important modern improvements in the openings, illustrated by actual games; a revised code of chess laws; and a collection of Mr. Morphy's matches, &c., in England and France
This is a reprint of the 1891 edition of "Chess Praxis" by Howard Staunton.
This book contains so much valuable infomation about chess and chess players that it has never gone out, and never will go, out of style. This book is especially noteworthy because of the sections of the games by Morphy, starting on page 453.
Howard Staunton was born in about 1810. He died on 22 June 1874. He is believed to have been the strongest player in the world at that time. Bobby Fischer went back and re-analyzed and re-studied these games. He concluded that Staunton was one of the ten greatest players of all time.
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