10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «J'ADOUBE»
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Chess Praxis: A Supplement to the Chess Player's Handbook, ...
J'adoure. When a player touches a Man, for the purpose of adjusting it and not
with the intention of moving it, he must, before touching it, say J'adoube. or words
to that effect. He will then have the right of moving any other Man he thinks proper
The chess player: by George Walker; to which are added the ...
To provide, however, for the contingencies of your merely touching a man in
order to adjust it on its square, or replacing a piece which may have fallen down,
you may do so, without being compelled to play it, if you say "j'adoube" on first ...
George Walker, Benjamin Franklin, William Stopford Kenny, 1841
Chess made easy: being a new introduction to the rudiments ...
B oversets a piece, it being his turn to play, and replaces it on its square, without
saying "j'adoube." — He must move the piece. C has to play, and in snuffing the
candle, knocks his Rook down on to the floor, with his sleeve. He picks it up, ...
Frerè's Chess Hand-book: Containing Elementary Instruction ...
the moment of touching it, the player say " J'adoube," or words to that effect ; but if
a piece or pawn be displaced or overturned by accident, it may be restored to its
place. Note to No. 7, by George Walker. Nothing can be easier than to acquire ...
Hoyle's Games: Illustrated Edition. Embracing All the Most ...
Nothing can be easier than to acquire the habit of saying " J'adoube" when
necessary, and a little reflection will convince you of the propriety of following, to
the strictest letter of the law, a rule which prevents persons of carelcst habits from
Games and sports: being an appendix to Manly exercises and ...
touched, unless, at the first instant of touching it, he say " j'adoube." If a piece be
improperly placed, or fall off the board, he must still say "j'adoube," at the moment
of replacing it, should it be his turn to move, or he may otherwise be obliged to ...
A new treatise on chess
If the player touch one of his pieces or Pawns, it being his turn to play, he must
move the piece so touched, unless at the first instant of touching it he say " j'
adoube ;" (an obsolete expression, signifying " I adjust," or " I replace.") If a piece
The Everything Chess Basics Book
Should I sayj'adoube if I accidentally touch a piece? Yes, and immediately, if not
sooner. If your opponent doesn't hear j'adoube or “I adjust,” how can she know
the touch was accidental? However, how can your opponent know your intention
Peter Kurzdorfer, Us Chess Federation, 2003
This Crazy World of Chess
If you merely want to adjust a piece by centering it onasquare, you must first say J
'adoube (I adjust). This is basic chess etiquette. When a renowned grandmaster
collided with a stranger on the street, he said J'adoube, by way of apology.
Lady Chatterley's Lover and A Propos of 'Lady Chatterley's ...
She looked up at him with bright, startled eyes, then murmured shyly, obediently:
"J'adoube!" 5 Yes, he was educating her. And he enjoyed it, it gave him a sense
of power. And she was thrilled. She was coming bit by bit into possession of all ...
D. H. Lawrence, Michael Squires, 2002
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