Chess Puzzles – Daily Bread and Butter for Chess Players

My love for chess puzzles is for life, I know!

I used to do chess puzzles for hours on end. Like sweets – you finished one and would like another one. And then the next one. And the next one.

The Dutch Step method tries to imitate what Russians have had for years. Take a look at M. Blokh’s book ‘Combinative Motifs’. 1400 chess exercises on combination only! If that wouldn’t seem enough, we could go through another book by M. Blokh ‘600 combinations’!

And it has all the answers in the same book which ‘Step Method’ doesn’t. How can I recommend it to a non-playing chess parent?