Resource for creative logic/math puzzles

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In summary, the conversation discusses the search for logic puzzles that rely more on creative thinking than complex mathematics. Examples of such puzzles include the "chessboard corners removed" problem and the "3x3x3 Rubik's cube" problem. A recommendation is made for the book "Aha! Insight" by Martin Gardner, which is said to contain similar puzzles. The speaker then expresses their gratitude for the suggestion and mentions that they have ordered the book from Amazon.
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I am mostly looking for logic puzzles that doesn't require too much indepth mathematics, but rather creative thinking to get to the solution



example of problems I am looking for:

the chessboard corners removed problem


is it possible to use fewer than 6 cuts to get to 3x3x3 rubiks cube problem


any suggestions?
 
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I don't have the book myself, but from reading the reviews on Amazon, Aha! Insight by Martin Gardner may be what you're looking for.
 
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Petek said:
I don't have the book myself, but from reading the reviews on Amazon, https://www.amazon.com/dp/071671017X/?tag=pfamazon01-20 by Martin Gardner may be what you're looking for.

just ordered from amazon! thanks for the suggestion!
 
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