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Test your chess: daily chess puzzle: next book

August 21, 2014

Having now finished Leonard Reitstein's first book of puzzles from South Africa, today I start his second book.

I have a dog-eared copy of it, which is falling to pieces. I acquired it second hand, I forget from where, and the binding has splintered and pages are loose. Nevertheless, I am very fond of it, and if was an easy choice of the book to continue my daily practice.


I will continue to blog in the same way, with no changes of importance. I have though changed the daily title since once or twice on Twitter people have asked what a Reitstein problem is, as if it is some chess or problem variant.



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