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Table 1
thru Chess Problem #15
Table 2
Chess Problems
#16 to #50
Table 3
Chess Problems
#51 to #89
Table 4
Other Games
The game "Marlota"

The first player rolls a number to give to his opponent [and one to himself] as a goal. The rolls that can be played are 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, or 14, in whatever combinations these rolls come as We described above. Rolls of over 14 or below 7 cannot be used by either player. The first player rolls until he gets a useable number first for his opponent and then for himself. Once each has a goal number, the player continues to roll until he hits his number and wins or his opponentís and loses.