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Michele Spino
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Hi. I'm interested to create various problems (i.e. "wins in two", "draw in one"...) about very simple abstract games (nim, tic-tac-toe, gomoku, pentominoes, dots-and-boxes...) in order to publish them in a puzzle collection. Can somebody suggest me some examples of these problems, each of these within a beginner-medium-advanced category and with only one solution? With a google research I found only this connect-four problems collection:

http://sites.math.rutgers.edu/~zeilberg/C4/C4.html

Thanks,

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Lazy Mountain

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You want to publish a collection of puzzles... but looked to Google for 1, and to BGG for the rest?

I think this will be a profitable effort.
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Michele Spino
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I forgot the most simple research, searching in Boardgamegeek!

https://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/browse/boardgame/0?user...

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Wim van Gruisen
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Lzmountaingames wrote:
You want to publish a collection of puzzles... but looked to Google for 1, and to BGG for the rest?

I think this will be a profitable effort.

Dear BGG users,

I want to write an SF thriller about a murder being committed during first contact with an alien race. Could you point me to chapters that are already written for such a book, or - even better - write those chapters yourself - so that I can simply copy and paste together my novel?

Utmost thanks in advance,

Wim
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Michele Spino
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Of course, I do not intend to publish a book for commercial purposes, I wanted to say that I want to group these problems in a leaflet for my company of friends players. :-) Sorry, I used a wrong word!

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Michele
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