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Chess, everyone!

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TopGun vs. World
Chessboard Moves
a b c d e f g h
f8 black rook
c7 white rook
f7 white bishop
d6 black pawn
f6 black king
h6 black pawn
a5 black pawn
b5 black pawn
f5 black pawn
g5 black pawn
d4 white knight
b3 white pawn
d3 white pawn
g3 white pawn
a2 white pawn
e2 white pawn
f2 white pawn
h2 white pawn
g1 white king
7 7
6 6
5 5
4 4
3 3
2 2
1 1
a b c d e f g h
TopGun to move...
# TopGun World
1 b3 Nf6
2 g3 g6
3 Bb2 Bg7
4 Bg2 c6
5 Na3 Qa5
6 Nc4 Qc7
7 d3 b5
8 Nd2 Qa5
9 Nh3 Bb7
10 O-O Bh6
11 Ne4 Bg7
12 Qd2 Qxd2
13 Nxd2 Na6
14 Rfc1 Nc5
15 c4 Bf8
16 xb5 Rc8
17 Rxc5 xb5
18 Rxc8+ Bxc8
19 Ne4 Bg7
20 Nxf6+ xf6
21 Rc1 O-O
22 Rc5 a6
23 Bd5 d6
24 Rc7 h6
25 Nf4 g5
26 Ng6 Rd8
27 Ne7+ Kh7
28 Nxc8 f5
29 Bxg7 Kxg7
30 Ne7 Kf6
31 Nc6 Re8
32 Nd4 Rf8
33 Nc6 Kg6
34 Bxf7 a5

The Horse Fair
The Horse Fair is an oil painting on canvas completed by the French artist Rosa Bonheur between 1852 and 1853. Depicting dealers selling horses on the streets in Paris, the work was first exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1853. In 1887, having been held by several private collectors, the painting was donated by Cornelius Vanderbilt II to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It is one of Bonheur's most popular works, such that Queen Victoria requested a private viewing at Buckingham Palace during the painting's 1855–1857 tour of England.Painting: Rosa Bonheur