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I usually don't care for problems with unrealistic board setups, but I'm making an exception here because most of these are fairly easy(?) and they're all loads of fun once you see the solution! Be sure to click on move list even if you solve the problem in order to see any alternate solutions. The problems without any source listed all come from The Fireside Book of Chess by Irving Chernev and Fred Reinfeld, Simon & Schuster 1949. The rest come from "Practical Chess Endings" by Irving Chernev. Check back here occasionally, I'm still adding additonal problems.