By Franklin Knowles Young
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Transparent, uncomplicated consultant by means of famous specialist coaches readers via basics of attacking and positional play, in addition to the way to process the endgame. an important procedures of assessing positions and selecting strikes are tested intensive; additionally, easy methods to take care of tough positions and time-trouble. 384 diagrams.
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Follies of others afford them no useful lesson. Each generation of such "wood-shifters," has blindly followed The in the footsteps of those preceding and daily is guilty of which times innumerable have been fully exposed. It is the darling habit of such folk to treat the great things in Chess with levity and to dignify those insignificant matters which appertain to the game when errors used as a plaything. Such people are merely enthusiastic; usually they are GRAND RECONNAISSANCE 14 equally frivolous.
When the Boers took position at Colfor the enso they prepared their plan protection of their that men who be to assume flanks; to deny this would "It is plain that had displayed superb military sagacity were ignorant of the simplest processes of warfare. "What that plan is will be unfolded very rapidly should Gen. Buller attempt to pierce the line of Boer vedettes posted upon the Spion Kop and concealing as near as can be determined from the present meagre facts, either the Second, or the Fourth Ambuscade.
Few seem to understand that the child, even of ultra-modern conditions, is born just as ignorant and often invincibly so, as were the sons of Ham, Shem and Japhet, and most appear to be unaware, all that: GENERALSHIP Only by and upon intelligent reflection upon the experiences of others, 5 their own experience can one acquire knowl- edge. The that crowding the memory with things not be true, is the merest mimicry of triviality of may or may education. Real education is nothing more than the fruit of exand he who acts in conformity to such knowl- perience; edge, alone is wise.