The mating pattern "Boden's Mate" was named after the mate that occurred in one of his games, Schulder-Boden, London 1853.
Morphy was of the opinion that Boden was the strongest English master, even though Barnes had a better record against him than Boden.
He was the author of A Popular Introduction to the Study and Practice of Chess, published anonymously in 1851.
- Samuel Boden player profile and games at Chessgames.com
- [fr] Boden gambit by Dany Sénéchaud on Mieux jouer aux échecs
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