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By John Hospers
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We looked at the board and then uneasily over at Dr. B. Czentovic's king was covered against the bishop by a child could see that thus the king could not possibly be in check. We turned one to the other. Might not our friend in his agitation have pushed a piece over the line, a square too far one way or the other? His attention arrested by our silence, Dr. B. now stared at the board and began, stutteringly: "But the king ought to be on f7 fully pawn — —a — wrong, all wrong Your move was wrong!
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I hastened to assure Dr. B. that we were all happy about the incident to which we owed his acquaintance and that, after what he had confided in me, I would be doubly interested in the opportunity to see him at tomorrow's improvised tournament. "Really, you mustn't expect too much. It will be nothing but a test for me a test whether I whether I'm at all capable of dealing with chess in a normal way, in a — — 24 The Royal Game game with a real board with substantial chess-men and a living opponent for now I doubt more than ever that those hundreds, they may have been thousands, of games that I played were real games according to the rules and not merely a sort of dream-chess, fever-chess, a delirium in which, as always in dreams, one skips intermediate steps.
Understanding the Arts by John Hospers