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Notes and Reflections on Books and Media

by Hannah Leitheiser

Book

The Life of Benjamin Franklin

Samuel G GOODRICH

2016-10-24

"Fifthly, You ought not to endeavor to amuse and deceive your adversary, by pretending to have made bad moves, and saying that you have now lost the game, in order to make him secure and careless, and inattentive to your schemes; for this is fraud and deceit, not skill in the game." -- Morals of Chess by Benjamin Franklin.

Aww...did somebody lose...