Puzzle 51.2

Play it again, Sam. Four Fours: 26-50. See my previous post for information.

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Puzzle 51.1

This is the classic four fours puzzle. You would probably know 1-10

1-25 now.

You can use: Addition (+), Subtraction (-), Multiplication (*), Division (/ or fraction bar), Powers (^), Roots (fourthrt/sqrt)(Square roots are the exception to the “Nothing but fours” rule), Factorials (!), Decimals (.), Repeating decimals (…)

Example:
0=4+4-4-4
1=4/4+4-4

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Puzzle 50!

Black to move. What is Black’s best move? Realize that White is to mate in one with Nf6!++

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Get ready

The next run is coming

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What missing posts?

I know no missing posts!

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Puzzle 49

Here we go with home-brews.

How is:
8-3=1
True?

Answer saturday.

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Ready for puzzles?

Home-made puzzles will be starting next week. No holds barred…

For you 1 person who reads this.

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