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The Duelist used to publish MTG puzzles by Mark Rosewater in which you were placed in the last turn of a game and had to figure out the correct play to win. I remember these puzzles being extremely fun and a great way to improve skills. I know that these puzzle were collected in Magic: the Puzzling, but with the M10 rules changes, these might be outdated/broken. Is there any other place I could find something similar?

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Anything that was in The Duelist has been obsolete since 6th Edition :) –  Affe Oct 25 '11 at 22:50
    
@Affe: actually the Duelist continued to publish until just prior to the release of Mercadian Masques, which was several months after 6th edition came out. If I remember correctly, the last 7-ish issues had puzzles that used the 6th edition rules and would still mostly work as designed today. Even prior to that, there were probably quite a few puzzles that weren't "broken" by the 6E rules update. –  David Z Oct 26 '11 at 4:05
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I remember those days. I submitted my answer to one of them and actually won a nice little package. Got an Unglued t-shirt with Jester Sombrero pictured and 10 unopened booster packs (can't remember what expansion set though). My name was in the next issue as the third prize winner. Ahhhh the good ol days of Magic. –  user2515 Feb 16 '12 at 16:59
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Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 includes several puzzle games.

Gatheringmagic.com has a pretty nice archive of puzzles.

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the other two versions of Duels of the Planeswalkers also have puzzles in –  Gilsham Sep 16 '12 at 23:58
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