Selenus chess set in bone

Selenus chess set in bone

Selenus chess set in boneThe 'Selenus' style is named after a book published in Leipzig in 1616 by one Gustavus Selenus, where tiny sketches of similar pieces with the 'crowns' are used in the diagrams.  http://schach-und-kultur.com/img/Konig-Spiel/Konig-Spiel-2.jpg

Chess Quotes

Here are some of the questions and answers to an examination paper in chess that was given some time ago by Dr. TARRASCH. (...)
"Q: What is the object of playing a gambit opening?
A: To acquire a reputation of being a dashing player at the cost of losing a game.

  Q: Account briefly for the popularity of the Queen Pawn Opening in matches of a serious nature.
A: Laziness.

  Q: What is the duty of an umpire where a player wilfully upsets the board?
A: Remove the bottle.

Chess Review, 1935.