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  10. John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 1
    <Note>: Many of the puzzles are not in the database. Compiled are the ones that are.

    <Answer in Kibitzing> means what was played in the game was inaccurate and ANYONE has kibitzed on the answer.

    <Next collection on this book>: Game Collection: John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 2

    101 games, 1989-2000

  11. John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 2
    <Note>: Many of the games are not in the database. Compiled are the ones that are.

    <Answer in Kibitzing> means what was played in the game was inaccurate and ANYONE has kibitzed on the answer.

    <Tests> are a system John Emms used to determine the reader's elo. However, this will be inaccurate as some games are not in the database. I have still retained the ones that are.

    The <level> of a test puzzle shows how hard it is. (Easiest are Level 1, Hardest are Level 5)

    <Previous collection on this book>: Game Collection: John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 1

    <Next collection on this book>: Game Collection: John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 3

    102 games, 1947-2000

  12. John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 3
    <Note>: Some of the games are not in the database. Compiled are the ones that are.

    <Answer in Kibitzing> means what was played in the game was inaccurate and anybody has kibitzed on the answer.

    <Find the Wrong Move!> is a section in which you try to find a plausible-looking move which however has a fatal flaw. You should also find the flaw.

    <Tests> are a system John Emms used to determine the reader's elo. However, this will be inaccurate as some games are not in the database. I have retained the ones that are.

    The <level> of a test puzzle depends on its difficulty. Easiest are Level 1, hardest are Level 5.

    <Previous collection on this book>: Game Collection: John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 2

    <Next collection on this book>: Game Collection: John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 4

    101 games, 1956-2000

  13. John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 4
    <Note>:Some of the games are not in the database. I have compiled the ones that are.

    <Answer in Kibitzing> means that the move played in the game was inaccurate and ANYONE has kibitzed on the answer.

    <Tests> are a system John Emms used to calculate the reader's elo. However, this will be inaccurate as some games are not in the database. I have still retained the ones that are.

    The <level> of a test puzzle depends on its difficulty. Easiest are Level 1, hardest are Level 5.

    <Previous collection on this book>:Game Collection: John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 3

    <Next collection on this book>:Game Collection: John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 5

    101 games, 1993-2000

  14. John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 5
    <Note>:Some of the games are not in the database. I have compiled the ones that are.

    <Answer in Kibitzing> means that the move played in the game was inaccurate and ANYONE has kibitzed on the answer.

    <Previous collection on this book>: Game Collection: John Emms' Ultimate Chess Puzzle Book Set 4

    9 games, 1967-2000

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