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

"Games like this [Penrose-Botvinnik] (and there were plenty in this tournament) impressed on me that 'wanting to win' was perhaps more important than 'playing good moves'."
— KEENE, 'Becoming a Grandmaster'.