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By Martin Gardner

A set of tough teasers, quirky questions, technology stumpers, and common sense puzzlers

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Second I hate'. It still applies. I tried to rationalise agai n . There were still two factors in my favour. Firstly I had white, and my rivals all black. Secondly Ljubo clearly had to go all out to win. He had nothing to lose. The fifth place player was lost in the distance. Surely I could use this factor. But a loss . . no. A little later the phone rang. 'Two journalists want to interview you urgently'. ' Not till after the tournament', I replied, firmly this time. 'That's what I told them - just checking.

A quiet ul­ tra-solid Reti-English giving Black as little ac­ tive play as possible. Nothing messy. Keep it simple and stifle him. He'd have to stir up trou­ ble himself, and then I'd go for him. ibner was just finish­ ing too. I climbed from my massage table for the last time, the sense of relief was overwhelming. I was congratulated by all and sundry. I noticed the handshakes. Some were perfunctory and for­ mal, a few a little reluctant and begrudged, but most came with enormous warmth and sincerity.

That's o n e d i fference, yes. When I have sixty examples o f, say, the Zm z c k­ miih/e, it is clear I cannot publish them all. I have to sort out the best ones. But with ten or fi fteen e x a m ples, I have a problem - then I cannot keep from pub­ lishing them a l l . Now, there is a typical com bination where quccnsidc cast l i n g checks a king on d 8 and w i ns a rook on bz. You will find this combination in each and every book on tactics, but always the same, Feuer-O' Kelly, Liege I l)J4, which in itself is a good example.

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