By Edward Winter
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Black. FIG. 22. ) CHESS STRATEGETICS. The Kindred Hypothetical Force is 31 that accession of force possible to a given player through the promotion of one or more pawns, which at the given time are con- tained within the topographical zone. KINDRED HYPOTHETICAL FOKCE. White. FIG. 23. 32 THE GRAND TACTICS OF CHESS. KINDRED HYPOTHETICAL FORCE. Black. FIG. 24. ) Hypothetical Force is that accession of force possible to the opponent through the promotion of one or more pawns which at the given time are contained within the topographical zone.
THE STKATEGETIC OBJECTIVE. Double Front by the Left. FIG. 14. ) CHESS STRATEGETICS. 23 The Prime Strategetic Point is that point in the topographical zone which at a given time is occupied by the kindred king. PKIME STRATEGETIC POINT. Normal position FIG. 15. ) White. THE GRAND TACTICS OF CHESS. PKIME STRATEGETIC POINT. Normal position PIG. 16. ) Black. CHESS STRATEGETICS. The Objective Plane pied by the adverse is composed 25 of the point occu- king, together with the immedi- ately adjacent points.
LINES OP DEVELOPMENT. Grand Front by the FIG. 32. ) Left. STRATEGETIC LINES OF MOVEMENT. LINES OF DEVELOPMENT. Grand Front by the Eight Refused. FIG. 33. ) 51 THE GRAND TACTICS OF CHESS. LINES OF DEVELOPMENT. White. Black. Grand Front by the Eight. Grand Front by the Left Kef used. FIG. 34. ) STRATEGETIC LINES OF MOVEMENT. A Line of Manoeuvre is composed of those 53 movements whereby a given force, unless prevented, will establish itself at a given point and at a given time as the greater force.
A Chess Whodunit by Edward Winter