The Chessmen of Mars

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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upon the head of each piece, according to its value,
and for each piece that a player loses he pays its value to his
opponent.

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" FOR THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF LORD GREYSTOKE READ THE RETURN OF TARZAN.