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" ... or to hit the man your adversary may happen to enter. As soon as he enters one, compare his game with yours ; and if you find . your game equal, or better, take the man if you can, because it is 25 to 11 against... "
Hoyle's Games Improved: Consisting of Practical Treatsies on Whist ... - 300 ページ
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The Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster

Edinburgh encyclopaedia - 1830
...Whenever you have taken up two of your adversary's men, and happen to have two, three, or more poiuts made in your own tables, never fail spreading your...man your adversary may happen to enter. As soon as lie enters one, compare his game with yours ; and if you iind your game equal, or better, take the...

Hoyle's Games, improved and enlarged by G. H--.

Edmond Hoyle - 1835
...points made in your own table, never fail spreading your men, either to take a new point in your table, or to hit the man your adversary may happen to enter....favour, you ought always to run that risk, when you have already two of his men up : except you play for a single hit only, and playing that throw otherwise...

Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge ..., 第 15 巻

Edward Smedley - 1845
...means, throwing two fives, or two fours, will, upon having eased your six and cinque-points, be of great advantage : whereas, had your six-point remained...favour, you ought always to run that risk, when you have already two of his men up : except you play for a single hit only, and playing that throw otherwise...

Hoyle's Games, Improved and Enlarged by New and Practical Treatises: With ...

Edmond Hoyle - 1847 - 492 ページ
...points made in your own table, never fail spreading your men, either to take a new point in your table, or to hit the man your adversary may happen to enter....better, take the man if you can, because it is 25 to 1 1 against his hitting you ; which being so much in your favour, you ought always to run that risk,...

A treatise on back-gammon

Reuben Roy - 1849
...in your own table, always spread your men, with the view either to take a new point in your table, or to hit the man your adversary may happen to enter....; and if you find your game equal or better, take his man up if you can, it being 25 to 1 1 against his hitting you, — a chance so much in your favour,...

Bohn's New Hand-book of Games

Henry George Bohn, G. Walker, J. Sturges - 1850 - 652 ページ
...tables, never fail spreading your men, in order either to take a new point in your tables, or to be ready to hit the man your adversary may happen to enter. As soon as he enters one of his men, you arc to compare his game with your's ; and if you find your game equal to his, or better,...

Bohn's New hand-book of games: comprising whist, by Deschapelles, Matthews ...

Edmond Hoyle - 1856 - 652 ページ
...fail spreading your men, in order either to take a new point in your tables, or to be ready to hit tho man your adversary may happen to enter. As soon as he enters one of his men, you are to compare his game with your's; and if yon find your game equal to his, or better,...

Backgammon, by captain Crawley

George Frederick Pardon - 1858
...points made in your own table, never fail spreading your men, either to take a new point in table, or to hit the man your adversary may happen to enter....or better, take the man if you can, because it is twenty-five to eleven against his hitting you ; which being so much in your favour, you ought always...

The American Hoyle, Or Gentleman's Hand-book of Games: Containing All the ...

William Brisbane Dick, Edmond Hoyle - 1864 - 507 ページ
...more points made in your own table, never fail spreading your men, either to take a new point in table or to hit the man your adversary may happen to enter....or better, take the man if you can, because it is twenty-five to eleven against his hitting you, which, being so much in your favor, you ought always...

Marache's Manual of Chess: Containing a Description of the Board and Pieces ...

1866 - 156 ページ
...more points mado in your own table, never fail spreading your mon, either to take a new point in table or to hit the man your adversary may happen to enter. As eoon as he enters one, compare his game with yours, and if you find your game equal, or better, take...




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