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The Canterbury Puzzles

by Henry Ernest Dudeney

Henry Dudeney was one of the most important puzzlists of the last several centuries, and 'The Canterbury Puzzles' is a classic in the field, worth the attention of anyone interested in this topic.

Unfortunately, the posted pdf version (at least) of this book does not include the all-important accompanying puzzle diagrams, and is not worth downloading.

Reviewed on 2010.09.09

The History of the Game of Go

by Arthur Smith

The seven pages of text making up this download represent a full and careful history (as of 100 years ago) of this ancient, fascinating game.

However, this information was intended only as a supplement to the main content of the book 'The Game of Go' by Arthur Smith, which was the first English-language treatment of the game, and is by itself likely to be of only limited interest to modern readers.

Reviewed on 2010.09.09

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