By Colin Crouch.
Not on time CASTLING.
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Thorough category of 23 mating events, together with Legal's pseudo-sacrifice, the double money, smothered mate, Greco's mate, the hall mate, etc. study from 127 video games via Tartakower, Janowski, Rubinstein, Blackburne, others, illustrating positional maneuvers resulting in those friends.
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