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Ben Reiniger wrote on 2012-12-27 UTCGood ★★★★
I agree that this is really neat.  Perhaps the 2007 comment makes it clear that this page should state more clearly at the beginning that this is a form of chess problem, not a suggested new method of notation.  :)

In fact, since I now see the "problem" icon attached to this page (but couldn't until I looked at the comments or re-found the page through search), maybe it would be beneficial to head every page with a note about what type of article it is?

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