The Power Of The Pieces

In the first volume of C. S. Kipping's invaluable work, "Chess Problem Science'' entitled The Power of the Pieces, is a selection of 182 problems from the A. C. White Collection, so arranged as to systematically present the finest examples of the White and Black pieces. The work might be defined as a minimum essential to all who would know what has been done in the two-move field, especially composers who wish to discover new lines. Bach one of the problems presented is a classic of definite thematic importance.

The preface by Alain C. White is a tribute to the excellence of this masterpiece of research.

The book is well-bound in paper, with clear diagrams, and illuminating analysis by C. S. K. 2/—post free. Whitehead & Miller, Ltd., Leeds 7—1938.

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